Trophy Ridge Arrows Converse TX

Local resource for trophy ridge arrows in Converse. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to Trophy Ridge arrow rests, Trophy Ridge dropzone arrow racks, Trophy Ridge quivers, Trophy Ridge stabilizers, Trophy Ridge slick tip arrow points, and archery accessories, as well as advice and content on bowhunting.

Academy
(210) 637-2600
15350 IH-35 North (at Olympia Pkwy)
Selma, TX
 
Anchor Marine & Tackle Inc
(210) 599-1415
5560 North Loop 1604 East
San Antonio, TX
 
Kokomo Kayak
(210) 858-5964
435 Isom Rd., Suite 212
San Antonio, TX
 
Academy
(210) 321-4600
2643 NW Loop 410 (at Vance Jackson)
San Antonio, TX
 
Texas Paddlesports Inc.
(210) 494-4200
18720 Stone Oak Parkway
San Antonio, TX
 
Academy
(210) 871-2630
2727 Northeast Loop 410 (at Perrin-Beitel)
San Antonio, TX
 
Academy
(210) 507-4001
2024 North Loop 1604 East (at Hwy 281)
San Antonio, TX
 
Sports Authority
(210) 341-1244
Plaza Del Norte, 125 N.W. Loop 410, Suite 240
San Antonio, TX
Services
Golf Hitting Cage, Golf Trade-In Program, Firearms/Hunting, Hunting and Fishing Licenses, Delivery & Assembly
Hours
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 9:30pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 8:00pm
Holiday hours may vary.

Academy
(210) 334-6740
165 Southwest Military Dr (at South Flores)
San Antonio, TX
 
Sports Authority
(210) 497-1746
Stone Ridge Market, 21115 US Highway 281, Suite 1600
San Antonio, TX
Services
Golf Day Shop, Golf Simulator, Golf Hitting Cage, Golf Trade-In Program, Ski-Snowboard/Bike Tech Shop, Firearms/Hunting, Hunting and Fishing Licenses, Delivery & Assembly
Hours
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 9:30pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 8:00pm
Holiday hours may vary.

Trophy Ridge Hit-Man

Trophy Ridge hit a home run last year with its Alpha line of vertical-pin sights. So, when I found out the company was coming out with a new line of horizontal-pin sights for 2010 that offers many of the Alpha features, I was extremely interested.

The new Hit-Man series -- available in 3-, 5- and 7-pin configurations -- features all-aluminum construction and the brightest aiming points Trophy Ridge has ever offered, thanks to 12 inches of fiber optic for each pin. Light transmission is maximized by a clear protective fiber optic ring on the front of the sight that allows light to penetrate while keeping out debris and protecting the fiber from damage.

The rear of the pin housing, meanwhile, features a luminescent sight ring for fast target acquisition in low light and a bubble level with third-axis adjustability. Hit-Man sights also come standard with a rheostat pin light and can be configured for left- and right-handed shooters. Standard pin size is .019-inch, but .010-inch pins, as well as a toolless micro-adjust option for windage and elevation, are available on the 5- and 7-pin versions. ...

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Trophy Ridge Meat Seeker

Rear-deloying mechanical broadheads have been all the rage in recent years, and there are a number of new rear-deployment options for 2009-2010 hunting seasons, including the Meat Seeker from Trophy Ridge/Rocket Aeroheads. The Meat Seeker is available in two-blade (2-inch cutting diameter) and three-blade (1 ½-inch cutting diameter) configurations.

Both versions are made from solid, heat-treated stainless steel, weigh 100 grains and feature "Piston-Hammer Technology" that deploys the .039-inch blades by forcing the tip of the head down into the ferrule upon impact. Trophy Ridge says the piston design offers 100-percent guaranteed blade deployment, maximum tissue damage and large wound channels.

The piston design also allows the scalloped head to rotate freely -- reducing wind resistance in flight and allowing the head to find the path of least resistance through an animal. In my tests, which involved shooting 2-blade Meat Seekers into a Rinehart 18-1 target, the blades deployed instantly and made some extremely large entry cuts. It's also worth noting a colleague here at BOWHUNTING recently took a pronghorn antelope, black bear and turkey with Meat Seekers. Clearly, they are lethal. ...

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