Sharpeners, Spiderwebs and More from 2013 ATA Show

ATA Staff January 11, 2013

What better place to launch new products than the archery industry's largest trade show? Archery Time offers a glimpse of some of the companies that took full advantage of a prime opportunity to show industry insiders all they can offer, courtesy of Bowhunting.com. Bowhunting.com said, "The floor of the show is still packed and the excitement level is even higher. You can tell that everyone is in a race to make sure they get to see all of the latest and greatest before this event is over."…

Summit Makes a Stand

ATA Staff January 11, 2013

Hunters asked and Summit listened: in response to requests for a smaller version of their wildly popular Viper climbing tree stand, the company introduced the Mini Viper. John E. Phillips reports for Archery Time. The new Mini Viper climbing stand weighs 6 pounds less than its predecessor, and is more suitable for smaller-frame hunters. "Our company shrank the dimensions of the Viper, so that the stand is more narrow and has a smaller step," Mike Mattly, public-relations manager for PRADCO's…

New Excalibur Crossbow Hits the Mark

ATA Staff January 11, 2013

Excalibur introduced its new Matrix crossbows at the 2013 ATA Trade Show in Louisville, Ky. John E. Phillips reports for Archery Time that the new series is lighter and shorter than ever, without compromising speed.     "We've narrowed the bow by 6 inches, shortened it by 4 inches and increased the speed up to 380-feet-per second," Steve Scheffel, the U.S. sales and marketing director for Excalibur Crossbow, says. "Many people have thought that our company can't…

New G-Tac Line Offers Comfort, Safety

ATA Staff January 11, 2013

During the 2013 ATA Trade Show, Gorilla Tree Stands debuted its new line of safety harnesses for men and women. Archery Time's Bob Robertson reports:"Gorilla Tree Stands new G-Tac line include the G-Tac Ghost vest harness and the G-Tac Air harness."Both harnesses offer features hunters will love.For the full story and a photo click here.

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