July 23rd, 2007, 05:13 AM
Manufacturer Announcements and Press Releases - Please Read!
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July 23rd, 2007, 09:41 PM
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July 17th, 2009, 03:47 PM
My name is Kurt Baumgartner and I am the new National Sales Manager for Atsko, Inc. of South Carolina. We are the manufactuters of Sports-Wash scent control detergents, UV-Killer spray, and N-O-Dor powder and Scent eliminating sprays. I was the former Midwest District Manager for Sportsman's Warehouse managing the Hunting and Archery divisions for 14 stores in 10 states. I am looking forward to following the forums, and joining in on the discussions! Thank you!
December 2nd, 2010, 03:40 PM
Hi, this is Meg Yang from OldBoys Outdoors. We are the sole distributor of the Ltl Acorn trail game camera on the U.S. market. We take pride in our products' quality and performance, and are committed to providing great customer service. We confidently take the challenge to provide TWO-YEAR warranty to our customers. I will frequent this forum and join the discussions. Thank you!
December 10th, 2010, 03:13 PM
Greetings from Happy Valley!
Hello from Happy Valley (State College) PA! I work for IWOM Outerwear, kind of a "guy Friday". We manufacture the IWOM Hunting Parka System, as well as a Stadium Parka (for outdoor sports fans that don't like the cold either!). The IWOM Hunting Parka System is our pride and joy. We have hundreds of our parkas being used by hunters in North America, which of course includes our friends to the North in Canada! Without getting into too much of a sales hype, please visit or website, cleverly named www.IWOMouterwear.com for details. I have a lot to learn here and I'm going to take it all in. Hunters are passionate. The guys at IWOM are passionate about hunting and creating outerwear to stay warm and dry, with a concentration on scent containment. I hope to join in the discussions and have a little fun along the way.
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January 14th, 2011, 02:53 PM
IWOM Outerwear booth at Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show
IWOM Outerwear will have the IWOM Hunting Parka System on display and available for you to try on and/or purchase at the show. In case you haven't checked, the show runs from Saturday, February 5th until Sunday, February 13th!
A number of people have called in asking where they can try on an IWOM, so THIS is IT! IWOM has not been available through mass marketers, so if you've looked at the IWOM on-line and would like to see this unique parka system first hand, this is a great time to do it!
The IWOM booth is #2920. Located in North Hall, across from Weaver's Store.
Stop in and say hello!
February 12th, 2011, 07:59 PM
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March 7th, 2011, 02:27 PM
IWOM Outerwear will have a booth and the IWOM Hunting Parka System on hand and inventory for sale at the Ohio Deer & Turkey Expo at the Ohio State Fair Grounds in Columbus, Ohio from March 18th to March 20th. Stop by and try on an IWOM. I don't know the booth number yet, but I hope to have it before the show is over!
April 20th, 2011, 06:57 AM
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June 22nd, 2011, 11:29 AM
IWOM Price increase as of July1st!
IWOM Outerwear will be forced to raise our prices of the IWOM Hunting Parka System on July 1, 2011. We have been informed by the factory that makes our Parka System that they have to pay increased labor rates and those costs will be passed along to us. It is most unfortunate when there are increased costs that are not under our control.
I realize that summer is not a time when hunters are thinking about cold weather outerwear, but if anyone out there has been considering an IWOM and hasn't bought it yet, we are honoring our current prices until the end of June. If you want an IWOM, now is the time to buy one and avoid the price increase. Give us a call at 814-272-5400 and we will be happy to assist you in getting the correct size!
August 10th, 2011, 10:14 PM
New Product: Burr Paw Sticker / Burr Removal Tool
Question: How do I get the burrs / sticktights / beggars lice out of my clothing, gear and pets? Answer: Burr Paw. Please checkout this new innovation from Burr Paw LLC.
August 16th, 2011, 08:14 PM
This summer a hunting buddy of mine approached me about a specialized target. He told me that a couple he knew ran a Archery in the Schools Program, in Henderson Ky, with literally hundreds of kids shooting every week, and they were having a real problem with targets. They had tried all of the targets offered by the official program, and even bought 5000 dollars worth of Blobs, after having been told that they would last years. In less than six months they were shot out.
Not really knowing what they needed, we visited their facility, and I must say I was impressed by all of the youngsters shooting, and how well the shot with those little genesis bows, with no sights. After talking with them, and watching the practice session, I had an idea.
We had designed a mat for FITA competition, specifically for compound bows with the tiny Easton X10 arrow. It was a hybrid target that combined a foam shell with a compression bag core suspended in the back. It was much larger than the needs of these kids, but I knew a variation of this target is what they needed. In addition the folks running it needed an inexpensive way to repair the target, since these target were running near 150 each, and funds were limited.
We designed the HybriMAT Prodigy. This 34" square target weighs in at 35 pounds, has a dual center core system, and a rotatable compression bag core built into the back of it. It is free standing with a carry handle. The center is a 10 inch diameter solid foam, while the rest is a laminated bonded foam. The reason we went with the solid foam in the center, is because the smaller kids, sometimes had problems with bounce outs. The solid foam in the center fixes that. Also since the 10" center takes the majority of the arrows, it is very economical to repair.
In addition this target will stop 350 FPS arrows as easily as the genesis bows.
We are introducing this target today to the general archery world, and I would like to offer any Archery Talk members a special discount, if they are involved or know anyone that is involved in a Archery in the Schools Program. This target is light years ahead of anything offered to the schools now...and it will make it much more affordable for schools to participate. Either email us at Chris@archerytargets.com or call toll free at 1 888 233 1976. Below you can watch a quick video I put together showing how the Prodigy works. Thank you all very much!!
August 10th, 2012, 08:41 PM
October 19th, 2012, 12:10 PM
Hello everyone. Old M.R.Hamilton here. After 20 years of full time ministry I am taking a sabbatical so I now have time to turn out a FEW extra bows. They are the classic Scorpion Longbows bows I bult back in the 80s with 30 years of refinement. All my bows have been going to friends the past few years as I didn't have time to make them in volume. Nothing crazy now either my plan is to make a hundred this year while I am between ministry possitions. If you ever wanted one of my bows this is a good chance. Thinking of making up a few stock bows each month along with custom. If you have questions just drope me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org Same prices as before just a lot nicer bows. M.R.Hamilton
January 13th, 2013, 01:57 PM
Hello Everyone. My name is Bob Manrubia and I am the the owner and creator of Bob's Archery Balls. We manufacture some of the most unique and fun 3D Target Balls and Target Face Pins. Our Target Balls can be used to mount paper targets to foam or hay bales and are perfect for use as Points of Aim for archers learning to shoot bows without sights. If used as face pins, they will not harm your arrows if accidentally hit. Our long and short heat treated steel target pins with finger lupes are the toughest target face pins available. And our Tee Ball "POP" target is the only reactive audible target available. Please check out all of our Balls and Pins at www.bobsarcheryballs.com
July 6th, 2014, 09:18 PM
Hello, Archerytalk. I am new to bow hunting but if things go my way I will get out this fall. I am the owner and designer of Dunamis Gear, a new company which makes cutting edge accessory pouches and other gear for hunting/military type packs. I hope to use this forum to grow in my knowledge of bowhunting and also to show people the practical and useful applications of my gear and how it can be used to enhance their current kit. I am not a sponsor, so if my posts here are in violation to the rules, please let me know! I look forward to the feedback and interest my gear designs draw as well as increasing my knowledge of the hunt! Thanks!
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