Tag: Informational Articles
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What Are the Different Parts a of a Long Bow?
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There probably aren't that many bows out there that are as well-known as the longbow. It is, after all, considered the "traditional" bow.  It's the one ...

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What Is an Arrowhead Used For?
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Arrowheads are a subclass of projectile points and important archeological artifacts. An arrowhead is a sharpened tip that is usually added to an arrow to make ...

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How Far Do Crossbows Shoot Accurately?
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Asking how far can a crossbow shoot accurately, is somewhat of a loaded question. Depending on the context in which this question is asked and to whom it's ...

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How Often Should You Replace Your Crossbow Strings?
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For beginners, knowing when to replace crossbow strings can be a challenge. I've gotten this question a lot over the years, and my answer has remained the ...

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Why Are Crossbow Arrows Called Bolts?
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Some enthusiasts insist on calling them arrow, and others prefer to call them bolts. Today we are going to explore why there seems to be so much debate about ...

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What’s the Best Way to Waterproof Leather Boots
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Leather boots are a popular choice of footwear amongst outdoorsmen. They are very comfortable and hold up well in a variety of environments. But no matter how ...

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How to Call in a Doe
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While a lot of deer-calling methods focus predominantly on bucks, does can be called just as easily using roughly the same means. In this article, we'll take a ...

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Is Thermacell Safe to Breathe?
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Many people may have heard of the Thermacell device which is being touted as a miracle for repelling mosquitoes. As with most insecticides and insect ...

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How Can You Tell If a Jacket Is Waterproof?
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Across our journeys, my wife and I have experienced the failure of tents, hiking shoes, and jackets that we assumed to be waterproof. I’ve learned that just ...

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How to Make a Deer Caller
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Deer callers are a very important tool for deer hunters in the field. They can be used to lure deer into your area when none are visible, known as "blind ...

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