ATA Show 2012 - Morning of Day 1

Steve Sheetz

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The first morning of the ATA show started off with a bang. The show open with Bowtech holding the entire show hostage as Country Music Stars Colton Jones and Tom Jackson rocked the crowd for the first 30 minutes of the show. Then at 9:00 am they unleashed their new flagship bow the Insanity CPX. At 32 inches axel to axel, and a generous brace height of 6.5 inches this bow will be sure to please. Even more impressive is the 353 feet per second that it can launch an arrow.

PSE introduced its 2012 line of bows including several that are dedicated to women. They redesigned the cams on their bows to make them faster and easier to draw. You will instantly feel the difference with these new cams of their previous models. Additionally they unveiled a new antler pattern camo, that is black and white based. Also they have a new bow for bow fishing called the wave.

Bear introduced its new superlight bow the Anarchy. It is one of those bows that you will have to feel to believe. It is the best bow Bear has ever made. Until you shoot it, you won't believe me.

Muzzy broadheads has come out with several new products. The Cross Kill is a broadhead that is designed, as the name indicates just for crossbows. It comes in both 125, and 150 grain. The coolest thing about it is that it is made from 100% stainless steel. They also came out with a new line of products for women that are completely pink. Look for Michele Eichler to start using these products on Muzzy TV in 2012. As for her husband Fred, he has his own signature line of products coming out as well that include a redesigned phantom broadhead in 150 grains.

Chapin Outfitters are making their first appearance at the show, with its line of products designed for the guy or girls that plants smaller food plots. They have a full line of spreaders and sprayers that will defiantly help improve your food plot this year. There line of products is designed to be used with your ATV, UTV, or you as engine.
Look for Easton's latest arrows to hit the stores with deep 6 technology. It has a different type of threading. The arrows are the thinnest that they have ever produced. The only problem with them is the that there are only two companies that make broadheads for them, NAP and Muzzy.

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