Reviews

Quattro Dentro Stabilizer Review

AJ Iaquinta

Tags Dentro, Quattro, Quattro Archery, Stabilizer, Wood Stabilizer

Quattro Dentro Stabilizer Review

Quattro Dentro Stabilizer Review! AND WIN YOUR OWN FUSION DENTRO!!! Check the video for details.  For more from Quattro Archery checkout: https://quattroarchery.com


Arrow Build Video

AJ Iaquinta

Tags Arrow Build, Bowhunter 6.5, DIY, Easton

Arrow Build Video

DIY Arrow Build Video


Easton Bully vs. Bohning Blazer Vanes

AJ Iaquinta

Tags Blazer Vanes, Bohning, Bully Vanes, Easton, Fletching, Vanes

Easton Bully vs. Bohning Blazer Vanes

Recently Easton sent me some of their new Bully Parabolic vanes to try along with their new 6.5 Bowhunter arrows. I've also been running the Bully Boattails on my Axis Match Grade arrows the past few months and since I started messing around with these vanes I've been consistently asked how they compare to Blazer vanes.The profile of the Bully parabolic and Blazer vanes are nearly identical with the Bully's being slightly shorter despite many sites reporting them both as being 1.56 inches tall. Performance wise I can't tell a difference in my groups between the two but I do...


Mathews VXR 28 Review

AJ Iaquinta

Tags Mathews, VXR 28, VXR 31

Mathews VXR 28 Review

Mathews VXR 28 Axle-to-axle: 28" Brace Height: 6" IBO: 344 FPS Peak Draw Weights: 60, 65, 70, 75 lbs Draw Lengths: 25.5 - 30" Let Off: 80 or 85% Weight: 4.44 lbs MSRP: $1,099   Accessories Garmin Xero: https://amzn.to/2vkHfR4 QAD Integrate Ultrarest: https://amzn.to/2OG965c Mathews Flatline Stabilizer: https://amzn.to/2OG1CPG Rattler Grips: http://rattlergrips.com/ GAS Bowstrings: https://gasbowstrings.com/   15% OFF & FREE SHIPPING ON CHAMA CHAIRS USE CODE: KOTA15 https://chamachairs.com/   Song: Felorio - Remorse Contact feloriomusic@gmail.com for corporate music/ghost producing services  


60 Second Bow Setup

AJ Iaquinta

Tags Bow Setup, Bow Tuning

60 Second Bow Setup

This is a high-level step by step and for sure not all encompassing. This is also assuming your bow is correctly in spec which I probably should have made step 1... (check axle to axle, pulling weight, brace height, etc...) The basic steps are pretty much the same regardless but the details and order will vary slightly depending on the bow and accessories (limb driven vs cable driven rests. Center shot vs upper half risers. Different cam systems, etc..) There are tons of little details and sub-processes and based on some of the common questions I get in comments and...