Levi Morgan’s Name The Game TV is proud to announce BIGshot Archery as it’s exclusive archery target sponsor for 2014. Based out of Downingtown, PA, BIGshot Archery manufactures a wide variety of bag and layered foam archery targets for the consumer, tournament and Pro Shop categories. BIGshot Archery, now in its 12th year, strives to develop and provide cost effective target solutions that enhance the archery experience.
“BIGshot Archery is pleased to sponsor Name the Game TV, with Levi and Samantha Morgan, for the 2014 season. Both Levi and Samantha epitomize the obsession and commitment to excellence we share for bowhunting and competition archery,” said BIGshot Archery President, Al Perelli. “We are proud that Levi and Samantha have chosen BIGshot Targets to help improve their game and we look forward to working together to develop new target solutions that improve the overall shooting experience.”
Like Levi and Samantha Morgan, BIGshot Archery has enjoyed more than its share of “Firsts.” In 2005, BIGshot developed the first bag target to stop arrows clocked at 400fps, while still offering easy two-finger arrow removal. In 2008, BIGshot introduced the first tunable broadhead target. In 2010, BIGshot developed the first bag target containing ballistic aramid fibers, engineered for the crossbow market. In 2012, BIGshot introduced the first video range system available for under $5000. And in 2013, BIGshot introduced the first groundbreaking hunt simulator specifically developed to help eliminate buck fever.
“The success I’ve had on the archery tournament circuits and in the treestand, during the hunting season, has come as a direct result of practice, practice and more practice,” said Name The Game TV’s own, Levi Morgan. “I’m hard on archery targets and my BIGshot targets are durable enough to take all the abuse I can dish out daily and provide unbelievably easy arrow pull.”
For more information on BIGshot Archery, please visit your local archery pro shop or visit www.bigshottargets.com .
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