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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

"High Speed - Low Drag" Deployment


So a Kodabow user takes his Kodabow apart for air travel and puts it back together when he gets to his hunting site. He calls in and says, "I have to hand it to you guys, I reassembled the bow and it was right on target - perfect."
Translation -- Kodabow precision.
It makes us think about how small can that crossbow package get ..... how small can the container be and ship with all the right stuff. Include at least a dozen arrows because we want to shoot when we arrive... not just look at a crossbow....... and wouldn't it be great if the the optics could stay mounted to the receiver to sustain high accuracy ....and we need to have all the accessories included like sling, cocking rope, spare bow string, stringing aid and broadheads.
Without trying too hard, the quick answer was a 7" x 7" x 21.5" rectangular box weighing about 10 lbs. That is the box sitting to the right of the crossbow in the photo above. We know we can make it even smaller. After mobilizing to the engagement area, open that box and 10 minutes later, be putting arrows on target. Yes --- 10 minutes. Perfect for the "high speed - low drag" operator. Complete. Ready.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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 duplicate the performance. I took my game to a whole new level. Great trigger."

#2 - Kodabow is quiet.
"Wow --- it is 50% ...maybe even 75% quieter than the bow I have been shooting."

#3 - The weight is nicely balanced on a Kodabow.
"I can pick up the bow in the middle and easily hold it with one hand. The weight is in the right places and it is easy to handle."











Thursday, September 2, 2010

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 year old was dead on. Note the classic arm position on the target.