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2010 ATA Show Highlights Cool New Products…

January 15, 2010 by  
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I am just in from the Annual Archery Trade Association (ATA) trade show in Columbus, Ohio. While there, I got to see all the new and exciting products that were introduced to the hunting world, and especially those designed for folks that enjoy bow hunting.

I saw lots of new gear and gadgets that I will have to try out this year. Some of note were G-5’s new and updated 1.5” Tekan Broadheads, Under Armour’s Ridge Reaper line of hunting wear, Silver Scent’s Vanish Laundry Ball as well as some great new products from Primos and Carbon Express that I will highlight in this and my next entry.

Anyone who knows me knows I love to hunt from Primos Double Bull Blinds. Primos has done it again with The Crusher. This is a new Double Bull that has the same general design as the Matrix 360, but it is made with Crusher fabric, which is a texture shell outside material that has a 3-d effect that is 100% waterproof and 100% Scentproof.

The Crusher has a new 50% let-off hub system that is rubber over molded so you won’t pinch you hands. It also includes a Double Bull Frame Pack to carry the blind easily and comfortably. The Frame Pack will also convert into a stadium type ground chair or blind accessory shelf.

Also, for all of us turkey fanatics, Primos has added to the wildly effective B-Mobile series of decoys. Killer-B is a more detailed strutting decoy with taxidermy eyes, highlighted iridescent colors and has more red on its head. This decoy gives a hunter the ability to raise and lower the tail fan by pulling a string. It has a more aggressive posture to challenge a real tom’s dominance, and best of all, you can roll it up and stuff it in your turkey vest for easy carry.

As I checked out the Crusher and Killer-B, I could just picture opening day of Florida turkey season, and see myself sitting in that blind watching a trio of big longbeards racing each other to see who could be first into my effective bow range.

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