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Darrin Christenberry: Becoming Pro Staff

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  With the 2017 tournament season quickly coming to a close, it won’t be long before everyone has the 2018 tournament season on their mind.  We have made a lot of changes at The Outdoor Group (TOG) in 2017 and are working to develop one of the best Pro Staffs in the industry.  I talk to archers every day who want to be sponsored and become a part of our teams.  The Outdoor Group (TOG) is a unique company to talk to when we discuss Pro Staff because we have nine brands (Elite Archery, Scott Archery, Custom Bow Equipment, Slick Trick...

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WILDE, SCHAFF DEBUT ELITE ECHELON WITH SUCCESSES

On the heels of Elite Archery’s triad-bow launch on November 7, Elite Archery’s Kris Schaff and Reo Wilde put their new Echelon rigs to the test in separate competitions.

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9 Critical Steps to Tuning Your Bow

Elite's bow technicians have decades of combined experience tuning hundreds of bows - it's one of the many things we're proud of as an American-based company. One of the most hotly contested topics these days is bow tuning, so read below from one of our go-to technicians, Steve Wasko, on how to get it done correctly.

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Elite Archery Pro Shooter Kris Schaff Shines in Mexico City

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Team USA impressed again over the weekend at the World Championships in Mexico City, Mexico, as Kris Schaff represented Team Elite in the men’s compound team. The team, comprised of Schaff, Braden Gellenthien and Steve Anderson, fought their way through eliminations and came out on top in the gold medal match. Schaff, shooting an Elite ReVol, and his teammates faced off against Italy in the gold medal match and bested the team by a large 7-point margin (228-235). This gold medal win marks the seventh USA compound world title in 12 of the last of the World Archery Championships. Photo...

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Sighting In

Hopefully if you are out there chasing whitetails somewhere across the US you have already gotten your bow dialed in, but in case you just bought a new bow/sight, or are getting a late start on your season everyone should take the time to make sure they are confident in how their bow is shooting before heading to the woods. This means making sure your sight marks are accurate for the distances intended regardless of the type of sight you are using. Depending on what kind of shooting shape you are in, this can be a frustrating process, the following blog...

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