blackeagle

The Hot Shot Archery X-Spot Release Review

The Hot Shot Archery X-Spot Release Review
​I want to tell you about an awesome archery thumb release aid. I have been using both the Hot Shot Archery X-Spot and X-Spot Brass Knuckles for over a year now. So this will not be a strait out of the package review. Even though I was impressed strait out of the package. Hot Shot releases are high quality releases from a company that truly st...
Rate this blog entry:
Continue reading
1931 Hits

HOT SHOT Manufacturing VAPOR Thumb Release

HOT SHOT Manufacturing VAPOR Thumb Release
   The Hot Shot Manufacturing Vapor was first introduced in 2014. I have been shooting this release for almost a year. The Vapor comes in a 3 finger and 4 finger version. It also comes in Black and Realtree Camo finishes. This leaves you with 4 different options for the Hot Shot Vapor. I choose the 4 finger Realtree Camo version for my choice. Most people think of a wrist strap release for hunting and a thumb release for target shooting. This is Hot Shots answer to a silent thumb release mainly directed towards bowhunting. Why not have a release that...
Rate this blog entry:
Recent comment in this post
Jim Cochran
I'll be ordering a Vapor 4 finger very soon. Been wanting to try one for a while.
Tuesday, 03 February 2015 21:17
Continue reading
20019 Hits
1 Comment

U-Slide Bow Holder – Product Review

U-Slide Bow Holder – Product Review
So here is my latest purchase.  The U-Slide Bow Holder.  As you can see it serves several purposes.  Most archers and especially new archers will run into the issue of what to do with their bow when retrieving arrows.  Do you lean it against something trying to prop it up awkwardly risking that it falls over?  Stand it up on the cams?  Lay it on its side and risk moving the housing on your site.  There’s lots of scenarios for why I had to find a solution to this problem. This is the best solution I have found for long and...
Rate this blog entry:
Recent comment in this post
True Friends Outdoors
Great review!!!
Thursday, 01 May 2014 07:54
Continue reading
12442 Hits
1 Comment

Irish Setter Rutmaster Boots (1200 gram)

Irish Setter Rutmaster Boots (1200 gram)
I finally broke down and purchased some good winter boots. I normally just use my 400 gram hunting boots all winter and just add a layer of wool socks to get by. This year however my feet were telling me that wasn't going to be good enough. I don't know if it's my ripe old age of 37 or if I'm just becoming a sissy. Either way, I knew I was going to have to buy some boots that were actually built for the cold winters up here in Northern Minnesota. I wanted a boot that was warm, 100% water proof,...
Rate this blog entry:
Recent comment in this post
Richard Mabry
Great review. I wear Irish Setter Shadow Trek Viper SnakeGuard Hunting Boots. I have had the 3 seasons and they are just now showi... Read More
Wednesday, 18 December 2013 04:48
Continue reading
22421 Hits
1 Comment

Recent Articles

  • Woodhaven Ninja Hammer >

    The "Ninja Hammer" by WoodHaven Custom Calls is a 3 reed call (top green over two proph reeds). The Ninja Read More
  • Public Land Can Be Your Friend >

    ​There has always been an astigmatism about hunting public land. Some of it probably warranted. Most everyone has heard the Read More
  • The Hot Shot Archery X-Spot Release Review >

    ​I want to tell you about an awesome archery thumb release aid. I have been using both the Hot Shot Archery Read More
  • Reaper's 2016-17 Season is Done!!!! >

    Last year I decided what my next seasons goals were going to be and planned out my 2016-17 very carefully. Read More
  • A New Adventure with Undeserved Success >

    Let me just start out by saying we did not deserve this gator. Although our guide was awesome, well equipped Read More
  • 1
  • 2

Who's Online

We have 152 guests and no members online