Easton X10 Arrow Shaft

The Easton X10 arrow shaft is reviewed in this video by Lancaster Archery TechXPert Randy Groff. The X10 has claimed more world title and Olympic medals than any other arrow on the market.

Made of carbon, with an aluminum core, the X10 has a unique barrel shape, with tapered ends extending out from the fattest part of the arrow in the middle. This design makes the X10 ideal for slicing through wind. That’s critical for archers shooting targets in competitions as far away as 90 meters.

The X10 comes in 14 shaft spines, ranging from 325-1000.

Viper D-Loop Pliers

Use of the Viper D-Loop Pliers is discussed by Lancaster Archery Supply TechXPert Randy Groff. These pliers are used to tighten a D-loop tied to the string of a compound bow.

The D-loop is tied onto the bowstring at the spot where an arrow should be nocked. The archer would then hook a mechanical release to the loop in order to draw the bowstring.

The Viper pliers lock the D-loop in place on the string, so that it doesn’t slide up or down, and so that it won’t spin around the string.

Bitzenburger Fletching Jig

Lancaster Archery Supply TechXPert Randy Groff runs through the features and operation of the Bitzenburger Fletching Jig in this video. The jig is used to attach either feathers or plastic vanes to arrow shafts. It can be set to attach either four fletchings or three.

Randy shows you how to properly set the jig to attach fletchings, and how it can be adjusted to set the fletchings the way you want them. The jig comes with one of three clamps – the straight clamp, which sets your fletchings in a straight line on the shaft; the left helical, which puts a curve in the fletchings that causes the arrow to spin counterclockwise; or the right helical, which puts a curve in the fletchings that causes the arrow to spin clockwise.

CBE Target Scope Housings

In this video, Lancaster Archery TechXPert Randy Groff runs through the features of the CBE Target Scope Housings. These housings would have to be attached to a sight body in order to be mounted on a bow. Mounting hardware is included in each package.

CBE offers its target housings in two sizes – large and small. They also come with and without light vents. Choose one with the light vents if you want light to get to your pin, or without the vents if you don’t.

These housings come with a fiber-optic sight pin in one of three sizes – .010, .019 or .o29.

Groff also talks about the CBE lenses that can be used with these housings.

CBE Tek-Target Sight

Lancaster Archery Supply TechXPert Randy Groff describes the various functions of the CBE Tek-Target archery sight. Groff walks through all the windage and elevation adjustments the sight offers, and discuses how you can customize it for the bow you’re shooting.

The Tek-Target does not come with a scope, so you’ll have to add your own. It will accept just about any scope on the market.

Easton X10 Arrow Shaft

Easton X10 arrow shafts have claimed more Olympic and World Championship titles than any other archery product. Watch Lancaster Archery TechXPert Randy Groff as he talks about what makes the X10 the choice of champions.

Additionally, Groff will tell you how you can custom order X10 shafts from Lancaster Archery Supply to meet your specific needs.

Specialty Archery Super Peep Clarifier

Just because you add a magnified lens to your sight doesn’t mean your picture will be clear. In this video, Lancaster Archery TechXPert Randy Groff takes a look at the Specialty Archery Super Peep Clarifier system.

This system is intended to help sharpen the sight picture for archers who use a sight with a magnified lens.

Groff describes Specialty’s clairifier system in detail, while also walking you through the steps to match the right diameter clarifier to your specific setup. Then he talks about which of the three clarifiers you might want to try, depending on the lens in your sight.

Specialty Archery Verifier Aperture

Having trouble seeing your sight pins, target or both? In this video, Lancaster Archery TechXpert Randy Groff takes a look at the Specialty Archery Verifier Aperture system.

This system is intended to improve the sight picture for archers who employ a sight without a magnifying lens.

Besides discussing how the verifiers work, Groff also runs down how to choose which one to use – there are six in each of two sizes – and how to properly install them.

Stan Shootoff! Release

Lancaster Archery Supply TechXPert Randy Groff takes a close look at the Stan Shootoff! release in this video. Specifically, Groff checks out the Blackout and the Standard versions of the release.

In his review, Groff goes through all the adjustments available with this versatile release that can be shot by right- or left-handed archers, and which comes in three- or four-finger versions available in three sizes each.