PSE’s Will Jenkins is Finding the Time

Thursday, 08 November 2012 by
Will Jenkins
By Will Jenkins http://www.thewilltohunt.com/ With the rut kicking in and holidays on the horizon, we are all scrambling to find time to hunt. This is a challenge for all hunters especially those of us that have kids and busy work schedules. Unless you are blessed with a ridiculous amount of paid vacation or you hunt
Albert Quackenbush
By Albert Quackenbush www.SoCalBowhunter.com When my dad taught me how to shoot a bow I felt like I was on top of the world. I was able to take part in something I knew he loved and I got to learn from him. From shooting at straw bales in the backyard to hunting whitetails on
By Albert Quackenbush SoCalBowhunter.com Hunting has been in my family for as long as I remember. My dad and brother are the two best hunting partners a guy could ask for. We would spend all year discussing the previous year, the weather, where to place stands and when October would arrive so we could get
By Dustin Jones HighCountryBowhunter.com Sharing my love for bowhunting is something that I truly enjoy. When my wife and I were dating, she didn’t know very much about hunting. In fact when she would come over and we would watch old hunting tapes or watch hunting shows, she couldn’t stand watching. I made sure not

PSE Introduces the PSE Staff Bloggers

Monday, 10 September 2012 by
PSE Staff Bloggers
September 10, 2012 – Tucson, AZ – Precision Shooting Equipment, Inc. (PSE), a pioneering company in the archery industry, announces the selection of the PSE Staff Bloggers for blog.pse-archery.com. “We are very honored to have assembled such an outstanding team of bloggers to represent PSE,” said Blake Shelby, PSE Director of Marketing. “Their dedication to
Editor’s Note: Curtis Goettsch of Elkader, Iowa, has several reasons for loving PSE Bows. I was hunting on public hunting land at a spot I’d found early in the season, when I’d been fall turkey hunting. I had seen a lot of deer in this area, and I thought it might be a good place

Why Curtis Goettsch Came Back To PSE

Monday, 20 August 2012 by
Editor’s Note: Curtis Goettsch of Elkader, Iowa, has several reasons for loving PSE. By 2006, I had evolved as a bowhunter and had started shooting tournament archery. I changed bows, because another manufacturer was producing a bow that I hoped would not only be a better bow to hunt with but also be better for
Alden Kizer
I have been shooting a compound since I was nine years old. My Dad has only shot Traditional bows his whole life and I want to follow in his footsteps.  A good friend of my father’s got me a Ghost recurve which I am going to practice with as much as possible to harvest a
Editor’s Note: Georgianna Braden of Houston, Texas, is a petite, pixie like lady. If you saw her on the street or in the courtroom, you’d never consider her as one of the top female archers. She is not only a tournament archer, but also an avid bowhunter and an advocate for women’s archery. Georgianna, who’s
Editor’s Note: Georgianna Braden of Houston, Texas, is a petite, pixie like lady. If you saw her on the street or in the courtroom, you’d never consider her as one of the top female archers. She is not only a tournament archer, but also an avid bowhunter and an advocate for women’s archery. Georgianna, who’s
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