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Easton StaySharpBroadheadCase 16

https://eastonhunting.com/product/stay-sharp-broadhead-case/ Stay Sharp™ Broadhead Case Maintain factory sharpness with the new Easton stay-sharp broadhead case. The patent-pending design utilizes a proprietary rubber finger design to support the ferrule, leaving the blades suspended within the internal case body. This solves the problem of other broadhead cases that dull blades over time due to foam contact with the blade edges. Utilizing a durable ABS body and snap-lock Polycarbonate locking end caps, the Stay-sharp Broadhead Case will hold six mechanical or fixed-blade broadheads. The stay-sharp broadhead case is compatible with both 8-32 and Deep Six Broadheads. Features: Compatible with Deep-Six and standard 8-32 broadheads Patent-pending design ensures broadhead sharpness by supporting ferrules without contacting blades. Hold six mechanical or fixed-blade broadheads. Durable ABS body with snap-fit locking polycarbonate end caps.

Easton Hunting Recipes - Jessie Duff - Venison Tacos

https://EastonHunting.com Venison Tacos Ingredients: TACO MEAT 1lb ground venison 1 small onion, minced 1 TBSP chili powder 2 tsp garlic salt 2 tsp cumin ½ tsp dried oregano 1 tsp paprika ½ tsp fresh ground pepper ½ tsp sugar ½ cup tomato sauce ¼ cup water TOPPINGS AND SHELLS Taco shells or tortillas of your choice (hard or soft, corn or flour) Shredded cheddar cheese Sour cream Salsa, taco sauce or hot sauce of your choice Chopped tomato Chopped onions Shredded Lettuce In a non-stick skillet over medium heat, cook onions and venison until browned. Add spices and tomato sauce. Cover and simmer 5 minutes. Build your tacos and enjoy!

Easton John Dudley Recipe 17

https://EastonHunting.com VENISION FAJITAS Serves 4 For the marinade: 2 Limes, juiced 1 Small Orange, juiced 2 cloves garlic, finely minced ½ of a seeded jalapeno, minced 1 Tsp Oregano 1/4 Cup Olive Oil 1 tsp sugar 1 tsp Chili Powder 1 tsp Ground Cumin 1 TBSP Worcestershire Sauce For the Fajitas: 2 lbs. Venison Steak or Blackstrap 2 Bell peppers, cut into thin strips 1 large sweet Onion cut into thin wedges 2 TBSP Olive Oil Salt and Pepper to taste 10 flour tortillas 4 oz. Queso Fresco or Cotija cheese, crumbled ½ cup EA. Sour Cream and Salsa of choice Method: 1) Trim off any silver skin from the venison and transfer to a sturdy re-sealable plastic bag. 2) Make the marinade: Combine all ingredients into a medium mixing bowl, and whisk until thoroughly blended. 3) Pour marinade over meat and refrigerate for 4 hrs. or overnight. 4) Prepare the Vegetables: combine the bell pepper and onion wedges into a mixing bowl, drizzle with 1 TBSP the olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Stir to coat 5) When ready to cook, heat skillet over medium high heat. 6) Add remaining olive oil and swirl to coat pan. 7) Remove the venison from the marinade. Add to skillet and cook 3 mins on each side (or to medium rare, depending on thickness of venison). 8) When venison is done to your liking, transfer to cutting board to rest (about 10 minutes), before slicing into strips and transferring to platter. 9) Toss vegetables into the hot skillet and sauté, moving around with tongs until nicely browned but still tender-crisp. 10) When vegetables are done, place on platter with sliced venison. Serve with tortillas, cheese, sour cream, salsa, and enjoy!

Easton Hunting Recipes - Fred & Michele Eichler - Grilled Antelope Backstrap

http://EastonHunting.com GRILLED ANTELOPE BACKSTRAP Serves 2-4 Ingredients: 1 lb. antelope backstrap 1 TBSP vegetable or olive oil for cooking Marinade: 1/2 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup olive oil 1/4 cup Steak sauce 2 garlic cloves, crushed ¼ cup chopped onion 1 TBSP garlic salt Instructions: In a glass or plastic bowl, mix all ingredients and be sure that the marinade covers the meat. Cover and refrigerate for 2 hours, or overnight. Remove from marinade and pat the backstrap dry with a paper towel. Heat a skillet over medium-high heat and add oil to skillet and turn to coat pan with oil. Add backstrap and cook on all sides until browned (about 2 minutes per side). Backstrap is best served medium or medium rare. Remove from pan and let rest for a few minutes before slicing across the grain in ½” slices.

Easton Hunting Recipes - Cameron Hanes - Elk Ribeye Steak

https://EastonHunting.com COMPOUND BUTTER 4 Tablespoons room-temperature butter 1 tablespoon prepared horseradish 1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese BREAD CRUMB TOPPING 1/2 cup toasted panko bread crumbs (toasted in pan with some olive oil) 1/4 cup minced Italian parsley salt and pepper to taste My favorite way to cook elk steak. 1. elk steaks about 1/2" - 3/4" thick (thawed) If tough tenderize before cooking. 2. glass bowl or plastic (metal imparts a taste that you don't want) with some milk poured in it and throw about 5 or so eggs and whip up in the bowl. Enough egg and milk mixture to cover the meat. 3. Put the meat into the milk and egg mixture and stir up and cover the meat with the mixture. Cover the bowl and put in the fridge if you have time (not necessary) for a couple of hours. Enzymes in milk is supposed to help break it down. 4. Take a tube of Ritz Crackers and crush them in the tube (easier and less messy that way). Put the crackers on a plate. 5. Heat a large pan and put oil in it or butter at a medium heat. 6. Take a steak out after making sure it's covered in the milk mixture and quickly put it onto the cracker crumbs making sure you do both sides of the piece of steak. Do all of the pieces that way. 7. Cook the steak to where it's medium rare with just a bit of pink in the center. When the cracker crumb on one side is just getting a nice golden brown it's time to flip. Might take a couple times for you to figure out when to turn the steak. It needs to be a little pink in the middle in my opinion. It is juicier and holds the flavor. When you flip the steaks then you can salt and pepper to taste. 8. Served with mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetable, and a nice garden salad, it's good stuff. If the meat is gamey at all this takes most of all of the wild taste out. ENJOY!

Easton Hunting Recipes - Bill Winke's Bacon-Wrapped Tenderloin Recipes

Easton Hunting Recipes - Bill Winke's Bacon-Wrapped Tenderloin I like to cut the inside tenderloin out of a deer I have shot when gutting the deer. These are located on the inside of the body cavity next to the spine just forward of the rear leg joints. In a typical deer, this amounts to just about two pounds of meat, but it is the best two pounds on the entire animal. I cut the inside tenderloins out immediately when gutting the deer and place them in a small ziplock plastic bag that I carry in my pack just for this. Let them cool thoroughly. At home, I clean them in the sink to remove excess blood and other tissue, leaving just the meat. But the tenderloins into thumb-sized pieces and wrap them in short strips of bacon using a toothpick to hold the bacon in place. Put these small bacon-wrapped delicacies in a container with your favorite marinade. We have used several, but like the A1 Steakhouse marinades. Let marinade for a few hours (two or three) and then place on the grill. It is important to cook the pieces very fast on high heat - even flame. You need to get the bacon done on the outside without overcooking the venison inside. Venison is best served rare and this meat especially is ideally cooked fast and hot. Cook the bacon fast and then get it off the grill. Eat! GRILLED BACON-WRAPPED VENISON TENDERLOIN BITES Serves 4, as an appetizer Ingredients: 1 lb. venison tenderloin, trimmed and cut into bite-sized pieces 1 lb. bacon Marinade: ¼ cup soy sauce ¼cup Worcestershire sauce ¼ cup honey 1 TBSP whole grain mustard 1/2 TSP Freshly ground black pepper Method: Cut bacon in half crosswise to make two pieces of bacon from each strip. Mix all ingredients for marinade in a bowl and add tenderloin pieces, cover and refrigerate for 2 hours (up to overnight). Drain marinade from meat and wrap each piece of tenderloin in bacon and secure with a toothpick. Heat a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat and cook the venison bites in a single layer, turning every couple minutes to cook the bacon until crisp. Serve and enjoy!

Easton ATA Recap 2017

We had a blast at ATA this year! We wanted to say thank you to all of our dealers and customers for making this a great year. We couldn't do what we do without you.

Team FMJ - Easton Full Metal Jacket Arrows

http://TeamFMJ.com Are you headed afield this fall with FMJ? Be a part of our next Team FMJ video production. Upload your video clips or photos to: www.TeamFMJ.com We'll send you a 1/2 dz pack FMJ's if your video clip is chosen/used or get a Team FMJ truck decal if we use your photo.

Easton BuckShot Hunting Stabilizer

http://EastonHunting.com The all-new Easton Buckshot series hunting stabilizers provide a powerful advantage for bowhunters everywhere. Packed with Easton’s vibration-and noise-killing Deadblow technology, Buckshot series stabilizers come in three models. The eight inch Buckshot LX provides the greatest vibration damping and stabilizer action for longer distance shots or heavier bows. It features two full stages of Deadblow damping system elements. The 5.5 inch Buckshot Standard provides a lighter mass option for all-around performance. A single stage Deadblow system provides great feel and high performance. The 4-inch Buckshot Micro provides Easton’s unmatched vibration killing Deadblow technology in a small but powerful unibody package. All Buckshot stabilizers provide the correct stud length to engage accessories like Easton bow slings, are Easton Quick Detatch system compatible, and come in a variety of solid and camo options. Strike hard, shoot quiet, with Easton Buckshot.

Easton Hunting - Winchester Deadly Passion Tips Letting Down

http://EastonHunting.com Melissa Bachman teaches how to let down your bow if you cant get the shot.

Easton Hunting - Winchester Deadly Passion Tips Easton Injexion Arrow Selection

http://EastonHunting.com Melissa Bachman Thin Diameter Arrows From Easton.

Easton Hunting - Winchester Deadly Passion Tips Easton Injexion at Targets

http://EastonHunting.com Melissa Bachman talking about selecting a thin diameter arrow.

Easton Hunting - Winchester Deadly Passion Tips Decoying Whitetails

http://EastonHunting.com Melissa Bachman talks about how to set up your decoy to make you more effective while deer hunting.

Easton Hunting - Winchester Deadly Passion Tips Calling Black Bear

http://EastonHunting.com Melissa Bachman tips about calling in black bear.

Easton Hunting - Tips Archery Turkey Tip Avoid Busting Deer

http://EastonHunting.com Melissa Bachman talking about some awesome turkey hunting tips.

Easton 2016 DIY Archery Elk Hunt - Part 4 - Final PreHunt Preparation

In in part 4 of our 6 post series, Clint takes us through his final pre-hunt preparation before his DIY elk hunt. Clint hangs his stand and has an unfortunate mishap that required some bolt cutters.

Easton 2016 DIY Archery Elk Hunt - Part 3 - Scouting

http://EastonHunting.com Scouting - Team FMJ Leader Clint Warner takes us on a journey into his 2016 DIY Archery Elk Hunt and shows us his techniques for planning, scouting and the hunt. #TeamFMJ

Easton Hunting - DIY Archery Elk Hunt - Pre-Season Trailer

http://www.EastonHunting.com Team FMJ Leader Clint Warner takes us on a journey into his 2016 DIY Archery Elk Hunt and shows us his techniques for planning, scouting and the hunt. Join us on this series of blog posts and follow us through the season. http://www.TeamFMJ.com

Easton Bow Hunting Highlights with Fred Eichler

http://www.EastonHunting.com Check out Easton Bow Hunting TV Highlights with Fred Eichler.

Easton Contour Hunter Stabilizers

http://www.EastonHunting.com CONTOUR HUNTER uses our proven Tri-Mod carbon technology to tame vibration while balancing the bow for better aim and shot execution. The go-to choice for both bowhunters and bowhunter limited class competitors, Contour Hunter is the most advanced stabilizer we’ve ever developed for the modern bowhunter. Available in Black, Realtree® Max 1, and Realtree® Xtra.

Easton Safety With Arrows

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Delta McKenzie ASA Scoring Rules.

Steve Anderson explains ASA Scoring rules with Delta Mckenzie Targets.

The Most Interesting Bowhunter with Fred Eichler #4

http://www.EastonHunting.com The Most Interesting Bowhunter with Fred Eichler #4

Easton Full Metal Jacket Series - 4mm 5mm & 6mm Arrows.

http://www.eastonhunting.com/products/arrows/fmj-6mm Why shoot an ordinary carbon arrow? Add the penetration power of a Full Metal Jacket. Now available in 4mm, 5mm, and 6mm.

Easton New 6mm Full Metal Jacket

http://www.EastonHunting.com Check out the new Easton Full Metal Jacket 6mm.

Easton EZ Fletch

http://www.Eastonhunting.com Check out the new Easton Easy Fletch system.

Easton - ATA Recap 2016

http://www.EastonHunting.com Check out the Easton booth at the 2016 ATA Show. It was a great year!

BTF - Record Buck Taken by Johnny Brown with Easton FMJ Arrows

http://www.Eastonhunting.com BTF - Record Buck Taken by Johnny Brown from Inpursuite 365 with Easton FMJ Arrows.

Easton FMJ with Johnny Brown

http://www.EastonHunting.com Johnny Brown from in pursuit 365 tells us why he shoots the Easton Full Metal Jacket Arrows.

History of Easton Archery

Since its beginnings in 1922, Easton has focused on offering innovative, high-quality products that enhance the end-user’s sporting experience. Easton revolutionized the sport of archery by introducing straight, consistent aluminum arrows in the 1940s, and has been the world’s leading archery innovator since that time. As the world leader, Easton shafts are used by more bowhunters, crossbowmen, 3D competitors, target shooters and Olympic archery competitors than all other brands combined.

Easton Archery - How did you get started? - 2

http://www.EastonArchery.com National Archery Day - How did you get started in archery? Share your story with us.

Easton Archery - How did you get started? - 1

http://www.EastonArchery.com National Archery Day - How did you get started in archery? Share your story with us.

Easton Archery - How did you get started? - 3

http://www.EastonArchery.com National Archery Day - How did you get started in archery? Share your story with us.

Easton Archery - How did you get started? - 5

http://www.EastonArchery.com National Archery Day - How did you get started in archery? Share your story with us.

Easton Archery - How did you get started? - 4

http://www.EastonArchery.com National Archery Day - How did you get started in archery? Share your story with us.

Easton Archery Experts - Full Metal Jacket Advanced

http://www.eastonhunting.com/products/arrows/material/alloy-carbon Easton's full line of Full Metal Jacket Arrows explained.

Easton Archery Experts - Deep Six FMJ

http://www.eastonhunting.com/products/arrows/deep-six-fmj The world's deadliest, most advanced hunting arrow. Years of field research and development have led to the evolution of small diameter arrows as more effective hunting tools. Easton Full Metal Jacket and ultra-micro Injexion arrows have quickly become bowhunters' first choice for big-game lethality — now you can have the best of both worlds. Combining a full metal jacket and micro-diameter carbon core, Deep Six Full Metal Jacket arrows maximize kinetic energy, accuracy and penetration, taking killing power to unprecedented levels.

Easton's Full Metal Jacket on an Orange County Chopper Bike

Easton's Full Metal Jacket arrows were used on this Orange County Choppers bike! Check out the front fender! ‪#‎orangecountychoppers‬

Rare Footage - A Classic Alaskan Bow Hunt from the 1960's

This is what bow hunting was like 50 years ago. Jim Dougherty takes us to Alaska for some awesome Caribou Hunting.

Easton at ATA 2015

Had a great time at ATA this year!

Easton Archery Experts - Quick Disconnect for Stabilizers

Easton’s 2015 stabilizer line has introduced innovative new accessories to enhance function and convenience. Our new quick-detach adaptors are constructed from high-strength 7075 alloy and stainless steel. The stainless steel barrels feature a Delrin friction stud to prevent unwinding from a stabilizer stud when unattached, and the system comes in both straight and a 10-degree offset (normally used as a drop angle for a compound front rod). ATA standard 5/16-24 high strength bolts are another system feature. This premium quality QD mount is also great for recurve shooters- I have one mounted as the base of my Contour system allowing the entire stabilizer system to be dismounted from my 2015 Hoyt Prodigy recurve with a 1/4 turn. Very convenient.

Easton Archery Experts - Z-Flex Stabilizer System

http://www.EastonArchery.com Easton’s new Z-flex rods combines the stiffest available Easton carbon stabilizer technology with our own AVRS damping system, internal to the stabilizer, that absorbs damaging vibrations without decoupling the weight system- while still maintaing an ultra-light configuration rod. This solution makes Z-flex the stiffest integrally damped stabilizer on the market today, with no compromise in aiming and holding.

Easton Archery Experts - V-Bar Elite

http://www.EastonArchery.com Easton V-Bar Elite When it comes to high-performance archery stabilizers, high level compound shooters have universally accepted the importance of a steady sight picture and a torque-free hold.

Easton Archery Experts - Side Rod Adapter

http://www.EastonArchery.com Easton Side Rod Adapter When it comes to high-performance archery stabilizers, high level compound shooters have universally accepted the importance of a steady sight picture and a torque-free hold.

Easton Archery Experts - New Pin Nocks

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Easton Archery Experts - Target Arrow Design

http://www.EastonArchery.com Differences in Target Arrow Design. Easton ACC Easton X10 Easton X10 Pro Tour

Easton Archery Experts - White Box Arrows Grab, Go, Shoot

http://www.EastonArchery.com Top quality ready-to-shoot carbon arrow for compound bows up to 70 lbs.

Easton Archery Experts - FMJ Basics

http://www.EastonArchery.com Choose FMJ for devastating pass-throughs and generous blood trails. With a tough carbon-fiber core and resilient alloy skin, Easton’s Full Metal Jacket technology has become legend for incredible strength and bone crushing performance with target-specification tolerances and precision. The Deep Six compatible FMJ is capable of total passthroughs on any game on the planet, and together with an easy target pull and unprecedented durability, is the choice of bowhunters around the world. Also available in Lost Camo option and FMJ Dangerous Game – designed for the world’s toughest animals.

Easton Archery Experts - DaTorch Arrow

http://www.EastonArchery.com Gary talks about Easton's DaTorch Arrow.

Easton Archery Experts - Arrow Weight

http://www.EastonArchery.com How heavy should my arrows be? Learn about Arrow Weight with Gary Cornum from Easton.

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