.30 - 06 Outdoors™ Pink Lipstick Bowstring Wax

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.30 - 06 Outdoors™ Pink Lipstick Bowstring Wax for compound and crossbow strings and cables.

100% odorless Pink Bowstring Wax. Reduces string flaring and feathering. Waterproofs compound and crossbow strings and cables. Retractable glide-on container. Non-freezing, non-flammable. Made in the USA.


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Dave K. from Minnesota writes to ask about bow shot distances. "I see more and more guys shooting long distances on whitetails and mule deer on those television hunting shows. I was taught that 20 yards was about as far as you should ethically shoot at deer? What am I missing here?"

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As a critical, high-maintenance, easy-to-fail, begging-to-be-souped up component that will make or break your hunt, the string's the thing. A bowhunter well versed in maintaining, fixing, and accessorizing his bowstring will be a giant step closer to mastering the sport. Here, I'll discuss two of the most important string things: serving and the string loop.

Setting Up Your Home Bow Shop

Success in bowhunting starts with being intimate with your equipment, so a logical place to start is with assembling the tools for a home bow shop. Here are the basics of outfitting a home bow shop.

Tune-Up For Bowhunting

So you've been shooting your new speed rig all summer, you're shooting better than ever, and have even extended your effective killing range. Bring on the bucks! Whoa, not so fast, Robin Hood! There's some final tuning and tweaking to do before you tote your bow into the woods. Here's what you should focus upon.

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