Web Armguard Catches Attention at ATA Show

ATA Staff January 10, 2013

Bohning Archery many new products at the 2013 ATA Trade Show in Louisville, Ky. Here, the company tells Archery Time about its distinctive arm guard.    "Fashioned after traditional style armguards, this cut-out web design is durable yet very flexible," Bohning said.The arm guard incorporates features to fit any archer and is available in a variety of colors.For the whole story and a product pic, click here.

Ben Roethlisberger: A Hunter’s Perpective

ATA Staff January 10, 2013

At the 2013 ATA Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., avid bowhunter and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback "Big Ben" Roethlisberger talked with Archery Time's Matt Coffey about how he finds time to hunt and why he stopped by to enjoy his third ATA Show. "I've met some good friends through Bowtech and have developed even more friendships through (archery)... to come here and see the new things coming out and to see friends I don't get to see except for this time of year is excellent."…

An Industry Giant’s New Tree

ATA Staff January 10, 2013

The development of new technology has led to smart phones, digital camera with increasing numbers of megapixels and now, more realistic camouflage. Bob Robertson reports for Archery Time about how new technology has enabled Realtree to produce a pattern company founder Bill Jordan has always wanted. The industry giant introduced their new Realtree Extra in brown or green at the 2013 ATA Trade Show in Louisville, Ky. "This pattern not only looks good on the shelf, but also looks good in the…

New Trail Camera Already Eyecon-ic

ATA Staff January 10, 2013

Big Game Treestands debuted their new trail camera at the 2013 ATA Trade Show in Louisville, Ky. The camera's ease of use and features already earned this device the seal of approval from John E. Phillips for Archery Time.     Phillips reports that the new Eyecon Mantis Trail Camera looks just like a bug sitting on a limb, with a pivoting head that allows you to get the right angle from the tree to the ground every time. "You no longer have to use a stick behind your camera to…

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