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5 Archery Essentials for the 2021-2022 Hunting Season

Our list of must-have gear from the bowhunting market.

5 Archery Essentials for the 2021-2022 Hunting Season

A good rest, a quality sight, some sharp broadheads and a solid target are every bit as necessary as they are functional. (Petersen's Hunting Photo)

The QAD UltraRest Integrate MX is changing how you attach your rest to your bow. This revolutionary design attaches directly to the dovetail slots in the riser of select bows. It features precision tuning with a dial that allows you to make adjustments as small as 19 thousandths of an inch. You can adjust the rest both horizontally and vertically. The UltraRest Integrate MX is cable-driven drop away that functions by being attached to the cable on your bow.

5 Archery Essentials for the 2021-2022 Hunting Season

$260 |

Spot Hogg is a trusted name when it comes to archery sights. The Fast Eddie line of sights has always offered an intuitive and reliable platform for shooters who want to shoot a single-pin sight or have the option to adjust with multiple pins. The newest feature to the Fast Eddie line features a Triple Stack aperture that has three illuminated pins that are all micro adjustable. Three corresponding pins on the sight tape allow for the user to dial and have accurate ranges with any pin.

5 Archery Essentials for the 2021-2022 Hunting Season

$340 |

Everyone needs a good target that lasts. The Block Infinity target is made with PolyFusion layering technology, and the high-density foam is capable of stopping field points and broadheads on standard-diameter arrows traveling as fast as 500 feet per second. These targets offer impressive durability while still toting easy arrow removal. All six sides of the target can be shot, and five of them offer unique target designs to offset shots, which extends target life. Targets are available with a 20- or 22-inch shooting face.

5 Archery Essentials for the 2021-2022 Hunting Season

$180–$20 |

The SEVR Titanium 2.0 feature stainless-steel blades that expand and lock into a two-inch cutting diameter upon impact. They features Stretch Cut technology that stretches the hide while cutting, resulting in a wound that is larger than the cutting diameter of the blades. Made from titanium, these broadheads are tough and are available in both 100- and 125-grain options. When collapsed, the blades are held by ferrule for field-point accuracy. These heads are also rated for use in crossbows.

5 Archery Essentials for the 2021-2022 Hunting Season

$14 (per head) | 

TightSpot quivers have a reputation for being light and closing the gap between your bow and your quiver. The Pivot 2.5 two-piece quiver continues that legacy. The two pieces pivot independently of each other to find the perfect position for your bow. The quiver is made from aluminum and woven carbon fiber to be strong and durable yet lightweight and compact. This five-arrow quiver weighs only nine ounces, as to not weigh you down.

5 Archery Essentials for the 2021-2022 Hunting Season

$233 | 

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