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 Deer Friends, DCA had a booth at the Bedford shoot, and Sales manager Jesse Coe decided to try his hand at some recurve action with some 500 spine hunters.  40 targets later, Jesse finished 2nd, and only 1 point behind the leader.  Congrats Jesse! Meanwhile, in the midwest, Staff Shooter Shiloah Douglas of Bone Reaper Outdoors laid the smackdown on a couple of nice pigs.  Here is some of his story... From Shiloah "The dogs bayed the hog up long enough for me to get in front of him, and when he started to take off again I sent a deer...

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 Hello friends!   Turkey season wrapped up here in TN last Sunday, so Monday I got out my 3D deer target and started practicing for the fall.  In addition to target practice, I am also about to put out trophy rocks, trail cameras, mow our food plots, move treestands, do a little habitat management, and also find more properties to hunt (I hope).  We are also going to hang up the bows, and get out the ARs and shotguns to do a little coyote hunting. How about you?  Are you prepping for deer season yet?  What are you doing? Bart and...

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 Welcome to the DCA blog!  We are going to try our best to keep you up to speed on product development, promotions, special deals, etc. But more importantly, we want this to be an opportunity to share your success stories.  So if you have a story, pic, or video that involves our product, please send it our way, and we'll feature it in our blog.  And if we use your story in our blog, we'll be sure to reward you with a discount on your next DCA purchase!!! Here is a video from my wanna-be hunting show.  I hope you...

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We love archery.  I just want to be clear about that on the front end.  And we know that you, our customers, love archery too.  But we understand that spending $150 or $200 on arrows just isn't a reality for everyone.  Bart Lawhorn, the owner of DCA, has been making arrows for a long time.  He has been shooting arrows even LONGER.  So when it comes to understanding what someone really needs for practical shooting, Bart realized that a .001 arrow with a guaranteed + or - a breath in weight just wasn't what most archery really needed.  Or for...

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