Each year companies debut their best and brightest products during the ATA Trade Show. Here, Bowhunting.com's Steve Flores reviews some of his top picks from this year's show in Louisville, Ky., for Archery Time."There are some companies that are really thinking "outside-the-box" and offering some pretty cool products that, in my humble opinion, can really make a difference when it comes to filling your tags."Click here for the whole story and product photos.
Petersen's Bowhunting reviewed 10 new arrows during the 2013 ATA Trade Show and reported their findings for Archery Time. "One of the most exciting areas of change within the bowhunting world has been in arrow technology, where companies like Easton have really drilled down on reduced diameter shafts. With higher speeds, deeper penetration and less wind disruption, the super slim arrows appear to be the wave of the future." To see more dynamic new arrows and product photos, click here.
Petersen's Bowhunting stopped by the 2013 ATA Trade Show and reviewed 10 new bow sights for Archery Time."One of the big trends that emerged from the 2013 Archery Trade Association Show in Louisville, Ky., was the advent of super light bow sights with simple but highly effective new technologies."Check out the full story and product photos here.
The ATA Trade Show is the place for companies to premier their new products, and the 2013 Show didn't disappoint. Realtree Pro Staff members tested many new products and reported their findings for Archery Time. "The Realtree.com staff has been on the show floor all day shooting and reviewing the newest bows, crossbows, arrows, sights, rests, broadheads and other archery accessories. We didn't have time to hit every booth, but we covered a bunch of them. Here's what we found."…
Did You Know?
The ATA took part in a unique Gourmet Gone Wild event at a Virginia winery that welcomed 164 participants in 2012. The winery has since requested another event with expanded programs, and other wineries have inquired about hosting similar programs.