With nearly 20 years now completed in the Army National Guard I am not new to what it means to "be in the field".  I know what it means to rely on your gear and what it feels like for this gear to fail!  Like most archers I have made those long trips to the Pro Shop only to be disappointed in the way my gear left.  Things were just not as perfect as I wanted them.  This led me down the path of learning the technical aspect of the field that I enjoyed.  Through this learning, I found that the technical aspect of archery was every bit as addictive as the loosing of the arrows.  I also discovered that archery taught discipline, timing, patience and an escape from the everyday stresses of life.  It provides families with an activity to do together and hunters a path that lead to our company name; a path to "God's Country".