Archery Equipment and Technology

Archery Tech offers product overviews, specs and other quick-hitting product information. Highlighted products are selected based on ATA membership and booth space purchased for the upcoming ATA Trade Show. Archery 360 also accepts special submissions for archery products designed for youth and beginners. Product coverage will expand as more equipment is profiled each month. If you have a suggestion or question about Archery 360′s Tech section, please email amyhatfield@archerytrade.org.


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BowBlade Simulator: There’s An App for That

Has rain, cold, snow and the end of deer season kept you indoors this winter? Do you wish you had an indoor archery range? Wish no more! There’s an app for that. “Get Active…get BowBlade!” […]

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Try Archery: 10 Bows Under $200

If you made it your New Year’s resolution to try archery in 2015, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re looking for a recurve or compound bow, these bows will please your favorite archer…and your wallet. […]

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Real or Not Real: Arrow Flight

What do arrows really do in flight? Many archery videos and pictures show arrows bending upon release, whipping back and forth like wet noodles as they leave the bow, and then spinning in flight toward […]

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10 Archery Apps for Archers and Coaches

In Summer 2014, Apple released a powerful commercial titled “Strength.” Boasting over 1.4 million YouTube hits, the ad features athletes using mobile devices to improve their skills. A subliminal message hints at the devices’ strength […]

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10 Bowhunting Apps for Smartphones

According to MSNBC, smartphone users admit to “secretly” using their devices in theaters, meetings, classrooms, places of worship and, yes, even the bathroom. The top uses for smartphones among younger male and female bowhunters include […]

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Pilla Shades: Seeing Archery in a New Light

Everyone who’s anyone in archery seems to be wearing slightly oversized, orangey sunglasses. And not just outside, either. They’re even using them for indoor shooting. Maybe that’s because they seem to win medals left, right […]

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Cogburn CB4 Fatbike Carries Bowhunters Farther, Faster, Quieter

My first bowhunting vehicle doubled as my work vehicle. But it wasn’t a car or truck. I was too young for a driver’s license. It was a heavy-duty single-speed bicycle with a large rack/basket combo […]

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Groups Condemn ‘Drones’ to Aid Hunts

It seems everyone is eager to launch unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for business, pleasure or someone else’s irritation. PeTA is selling a drone to stalk hunters, while Lakemaid Beer wants to use drones to deliver […]

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From Olympic Games to State Games: High End Sights Aid Competitors

The old adage that you can’t hit what you can’t see couldn’t be more true than with target archery. The countless hours of practice, pulling arrows and shooting could all be thrown out the window […]

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Hoyt Hits Market With New Limb Lineup

Like those who shoot compound bows, recurve archers are always looking for the “perfect” bow. Thanks to Hoyt’s new Quattro limb, competitive recurve shooters can stop their search. Engineered with either a wood or foam […]