BowTech Archery and its Diamond, Stryker and Octane brands were recently recognized by Bowhunt America and Inside Archery in 12 categories for developing high-performance and best-selling archery products. The brands combined to win four gold, five silver and three bronze awards.

Bowhunt America “Gear of the Year” awards are voted on by archery consumers throughout the United States and Inside Archery “Best Buy” awards are voted on by archery dealers and retailers. The awards were announced in the November issue of Inside Archery and the 2012 Whitetail Guide from Bowhunt America.

“Everyone at BowTech works tirelessly to produce the best archery products on the market,” said Samuel Coalson, Director of Marketing for BowTech Archery. “We manufacture innovative compound bows, crossbows and accessories that deliver tremendous quality and value to archery consumers, and we’re proud to be recognized by those consumers and the dealers they rely on for advice and maintenance.”

BowTech’s 2012 flagship bow, the Insanity CPX, was Inside Archery’s gold medal winner among compound bows retailing over $600, and the BowTech Assassin earned gold recognition from Bowhunt America in the under $600 category. Inside Archery also named the Stryker StrykeZone 350 and 380 its top crossbow and the Diamond brand the best line for youth bows.

The Insanity CPX also earned silver recognition from Bowhunt America, and the Octane line of accessories picked up a total of four silvers medals. The Balance-X stabilizer was honored in both magazines, while the Hijack arrow rest and Deadlock Pro/Lite quiver line was honored in Inside Archery.

The bronze medal winners were the Diamond Razor Edge bow and the Octane Hostage arrow rest in Bowhunt America and the Diamond Outlaw in Inside Archery. The Razor Edge was recognized among kid’s bows and the Outlaw among bows retailing for less than $600.

BowTech also received recognition earlier this year from Field & Stream, Outdoor Life and Petersen’s Hunting. The Insanity CPX was named “Best of the Best” among compound bows by Field & Stream and “Editor’s Choice” by Petersen’s Hunting. The StrykeZone 380 also picked up an “Editor’s Choice” award from Outdoor Life.

Image courtesy Alday Communications/Bowtech

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