Crossbow Secrets Revealed !

So you want to buy a crossbow? Pictured is a Kodabow Crossbow hanging amidst the hundreds of items available at a typical archery shop. Based on research, here is what we found to be important in making your purchase: 1 – Shoot the crossbow: sounds simple but its not and most crossbows are sold without […]

Toss a Dog Two Biscuits ……..

Toss two biscuits to a dog at once and most dogs will miss both of them most of the time. One biscuit is always caught on the fly time but get 2 in the air and the excitement of tracking the 2 inbound targets results in system overload and both biscuits fall to the floor. […]

HUGE …. for some shooters

This is a picture of a Kodabow front end. If you own a Kodabow, you know about this “piece” because it required two bolts to attach these limbs during initial assembly of your crossbow in order to shoot. (We ship the limbs strung. If you purchase a Kodabow in box at your dealer, it only […]

Targets & Crossbows Working Together

At Kodabow, we shoot crossbows all day long for product testing and development. A durable crossbow target is mandatory. Kodabow chooses Big Shot Targets for our indoor range and field demonstrations. The same need for proven performance is required at a target maker like Big Shot Targets. http://www.bigshottargets.com/ Al Perelli (L) of Big Shot Targets […]

“Crossbows That Work”

Kodabow issued a Press Release today describing our “Crossbows that Work” campaign. It means that we expect our crossbows to keep you in the hunt. Never let you down. Be a friend. Even when things go wrong like when a broadhead nicks a string. Just change the string and keep going. “Koda” is a Native […]

Philadelphia Outdoor Show – 19 February 2011

Shooting with the Philadelphia Soul Cheerleading Squad – and by the way, she made the shot. Mark demonstrating how to destring a Kodabow. Brad and Mark always ready to help. Christina getting ready to take a shot.

Inspired by a Business Card

Kodabow shot for 9 days straight at the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show that ended yesterday. We sent about 1500 arrows downrange during the 9 day show from a single Koda-Express 185. No issues. None expected. Met some great folks. We were limited to a 15 yard range distance and quickly realized that to make […]

Last Day of the Season

13″ inches of snow that made plenty of noise when walking, a light swirling windand a temperature cold enough to keep most critters hunkered down in their beds meant the opportunity to fill a doe tag would be long shot ….. and that is the way 2011 ended. Snow makes the outdoors special ….. following […]

Dangerous Game Rifles & Crossbows

I was having lunch with a gent who hosts a popular TV hunting show who was about to leave for Africa to hunt Cape Buffalo – Dangerous Game. It would be his first buffalo. During lunch, my friend was flipping through flashcards that showed proper shot placement from different angles. At lunch …. are you […]

Crossbow Marketing 101 – Avoid the Skunk

As we pulled out of the parking lot after the Archery Trade Association Show in Indianapolis this week, I reflected on how much of our success depends on getting our message out and putting our crossbow in user’s hands. We never get tired about talking about Kodabow and that is an important character trait at […]

Crossbow Shooting and Flintlocks

Good shooters have good habits. A firearm requires a high level of attention and focus.When shooting a flintlock or muzzleloader, even more awareness is required. When a shooter is distracted by conversation for example, it is all too easy to skip the step of dropping a powder charge down the barrel. Miss this key step […]

Cold Weather Hunting – Don’t blame Gurnee!

Jim, You can’t blame my hunting partner, “Tatonka” for our 2010 poor results. We have been successful in the past . Tatonka told me ,”we are leaving at 2 AM so be ready to go…. because the truck pulls out at 2 AM. ” Naturally, I made sure to be sitting in the right front […]

A Hunter’s Spirit

We know a hunter that can’t wait to get into the woods. He enjoys good equipment and takes great pride in being proficient in all matters technical. He debates the advantages of different broadhead types and takes the time to practice to ensure he shoots with high accuracy.He is now a Kodabow hunter. At our […]

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 […]