The Kodabow Blog: Notes from the Field

Kodabow People and What They Say

What Shooters Say ……………. Sure — we shoot crossbows a lot at our factory but here are the top three things we hear from shooters about Kodabow when they offer us their objective impressions. #1 – Kodabow is amazingly accurate. “When I when I went back and shot my other crossbow, I just could never […]

Kodabow Photos

Whether you are walking around the barnyard or out on the practice range, it is always nice to have a Kodabow photo. A good looking crossbow is nice …… but an accurate crossbow is always more interesting. Ethan Witmer (2nd photo) has the look of a serious Pro-Staff shooter and at 30+ yards, this 8 […]

Tatum Visits Kodabow Distribution Center

New Chesco crossbow company aims for successPublished: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 by Tom TatumPhoto courtesy of Kodabow Crossbows Kodabow Crossbows president Chuck Matasic, left, poses with chief financial officer Brad Griste with one of their products.A few years back, Keystone State license plates touted the logo, ‘You’ve got a friend in Pennsylvania.’ Now you might […]

Making Crossbows in 2010

News from Kodabow …… we are now very pleased to shift emphasis towards putting bows out in the field with hunters and shooters. We will be at the Pennsylvania Crossbow Festival later this month on July 25th and are now engaging dealers who are interested in representing Kodabow in local markets.Our West Chester, PA Distribution […]

One Opinion – Illuminated Optics

Everyone sees things differently. When it comes to illuminated optics, it is evident that green or red illuminated reticles have a certain “cool factor”. This is always true when friends are checking out your latest hunting tool.But what happens in the field may be another story. When circumstances permit, perform the following test. Be in […]

Use Shadows to Your Advantage

Whether stalking on the ground or setting up in a tree stand with a climber, use the projected position of the sun as it moves across the sky to help conceal your movement by keeping yourself in the shadows. Better than any camo pattern, it means looking for and easing into the shadows cast by […]

Staying Grounded

In the 70’s, a company named Baker was one of the first to make a portable climbing stand. The company is not around today but they commercialized a great idea. Deer hunting and especially bow hunting went “aerial” in a big way…into the trees…high above the game trails. The Baker Climbing Treestand shipped in a […]