Survival Skills: How to Survive 4 Major Malfunctions While Driving
Most folks love their vehicle—especially when they still have that new car smell. But sometimes, due to situations beyond our control, that affection isn’t requited. In fact, our beloved vehicles may actually try to kill us. These vehicular nightmares can take a variety of forms, and any one of the following malfunctions can send our sweet ride careening out of control. Use upcoming the tricks to survive, if these things ever happen to you.
Test 2015: Reviews of 23 New Compounds and Crossbows
For all its moving parts, a compound bow is a fairly simple machine. At its core is a block and tackle, first described by Archimedes in 250 BC. Limbs, risers, and other components complement the strings and pulleys, transferring user energy into arrows sent downrange.
On the crossbow side, refinement continues, from the quality of the components (especially the triggers) to overall construction. Read on for the latest hits and misses from bow manufacturers.