There is something primal about hunting with a bow. Taking an animal with a rifle can be done from such a distance that in many cases the animal has no chance of detecting the hunter.
But archers know that in most cases for them to take a deer or other large animal they need to be close. In addition, they need to make that first shot count because unlike rifles bow hunters rarely get to fire twice.
Given that, it is critical that you have the best equipment you can afford if you are going to bow hunt. You deserve it, and more importantly so do the animals you hunt.
And that is more than just bows, hunting crossbows, and arrows – the same goes for your archery targets, clothing, and all the other archery accessories.
Which is why Ammo Atlas reviews the latest compound bows and archery equipment available – to give you an edge for the hunt.