New Breed Archery founder, Kyle Null, started building custom bows in his garage. This hobby turned into a business and in 2009 New Breed Archery started producing bows for the public.
The Blade, Blade XL, Cyborg 2 and the RX1 recurve bow were all released at the 2017 ATA Trade Show. The Blade and the Blade XL are both 34 inches making them a great option for bowhunters who like a longer bow. The Blade was designed for shorter draw lengths with a draw length range of 22 ½” to 28 ½” and the Blade XL has been designed for longer draw lengths with a range of 28 ½” to 31”.
The Cyborg 2 is a revamped version of the popular New Breed Archery target bow. The Cyborg 2 features is a versatile 37” and has a draw length range of 25 to 33 inches.
New Breed Archery is breaking into the recurve market with their RX1 recurve bow. The RX1 has a compound style grip making it easier to switch between compound and recurve.
Archery Tooling Corporation
If you are the type of person that changes your own oil then you will eventually want to work on your bow. The ability to customize your setup, make fine adjustments and have complete independence are just some of the many benefits to being a home bow mechanic. To work on a compound bow or a crossbow you will need a bow press that is safe and easy to use. George Gouramanis, owner of Archery Tooling Corporation said, “The Spike Press is adaptable to different type of bows, it is very easy to use for beginners and most importantly it is safe.” When ordering your Spike Press Gouramanis recommends telling him what bow you shoot and he will make sure your Spike Press is setup correctly for that bow. The Spike Press from Archery Tooling Corporation is an excellent option for the professional bow mechanic or home bow shop.
Veteran Innovative Products
The Veteran broadhead is a spring loaded mechanical broadhead that has a 1 ¼” cutting width when closed and 2 ½” cutting diameter when open. When pressure is applied to the trigger on the broadhead the blades spring open into their full cutting diameter. It has a bone crushing chisel style point and razor sharp medical grade stainless steel blades.
The Hoglog is a feeder especially designed for wild hogs. 50 pounds of corn is poured into the feeder and it is simply laid on the ground. The hog log has small holes in the side to release scent and slowly let corn out of the feeder. Hogs will roll the Hoglog around to get the corn out of it. Making the hogs work for the corn keeps them in your hunting area longer allowing for more shot opportunities.
The new TRU Ball releases are all about customization. A wrist strap release is the style of release that most bowhunters use. The Glory and Valor can be customized for ease of use, trigger sensitivity and feel. Target style accessories are making their way into the bowhunting world. Single pin sighs, like the AccuHunter, that allow a hunter to dial their sight for the exact distance to the target have become very popular in recent years. The AccuHunter Sight is a mid-priced sight that is packed with value. Micro adjustability, over built for durability, a bright pin, and adjustable pin brightness are some of the AccuHunters key features.
Precision Peeps – Precision Peeps
Proper peep alignment is an important part of archery accuracy. The Precision Peep aims to make peep alignment easier and give the archer feedback on their form. Bastiaan Wolf, CEO of Precision Peeps, said, “It is a diagnostic tool as well as giving the archer more accuracy.” Fast and easy peep alignment is possible with the Precision Peep.
The Hooker Deer Drag
Any seasoned hunter will tell you that after an animal is on the ground the real work begins. Dragging a deer out of the woods can be a back-breaking exercise. The hooker deer drag is a set of long dragging hooks that can be attached to a deer in a variety of ways. The hooker deer drag gives the hunter more leverage and allows them to stand upright, instead of hunched over, when removing a deer from the woods. A difficult job can be made much easier with the right tools. The Hooker Deer Drag is the right tool for getting a deer out of the woods.
Head to your local archery shop to test out all the new gear from the 2017 Archery Trade Show.