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Below, we’ll take a look at the Truglo Carbon XS Xtreme Bow Sight. It’s the updated version of the Truglo Carbon XS, and it’s got some neat advancements (and a few things are that so-so, and maybe even unnecessary). We’ll start out with an overview, and then get down-and-dirty into the nitty-gritty. SUMMARY: TRUGLO CARBON XS […]Continue reading
In the post below, we’re going to look at the two bow sight models that Garmin currently makes: the Xero A1 and the A1i. Both are incredible bow sights, and we’re comfortable saying that they’re among the most capable bow sights you’ll find—but there are a few key differences between the two of them, and […]Continue reading
If you’ve unfamiliar with the Garmin A1 and A1i, you’re in for some fun: they’re pretty unique pieces of gear, and they’re unlike… well, they’re pretty much unlike 99% of the bow sights out there right now. We’ve looked at dozens—if not hundreds—of different bow sights, and the A1 and A1i really are a quantum […]Continue reading
Multiple-pin bows sights seem to nab everybody’s attention, and that’s a shame: a good single-pin bow sight can perform just as well as a multiple-pin bow sight—and in many cases, far better than a multi-pin bow sight. You just need to find a model that works for you, and you need to know what you’re […]Continue reading
What does CBE stand for, you ask? Is it “Commander of the British Empire”? “Cross Bronx Expressway”? Maybe “Compound Bow Excellence”? Nope! “CBE” stands for “Custom Bow Equipment,” and we’re big fans. They make some *really* deluxe archery / bowhunting equipment, and while they’re not for everyone—a lot of their gear is REALLY high end, and […]Continue reading