Mission Accomplished Field Reports

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First hard horn Muley

First hard horn Muley Submitted by: utahbowhunter  Avatar Image

My first big Muley with my Mission Blaze.

S/W Ver: 96.B0.0FR

First Turkey With Craze Submitted by: Mission Archery  Avatar Image

Trey Henry was born into a hunting family and has been an avid turkey hunter.  He shot his first long beard at the age of five sitting in his Mother’s lap with his Dad calling for him.  After many successful seasons with a gun, he was anxious to take a turkey with a bow.  He had been target practicing with his Mission Craze and begged his parents to let him take a turkey with it. It was Saturday morning of Ohio youth season and Trey got up well before daylight to get into a ground blind with his Mom and Dad.  Mom was filming the hunt …

"beer can buck"

“Beer Can Buck” Submitted by: kevinclouse  Avatar Image

I named this deer “the beer can buck” 3 years ago. When I first saw him, I thought his bases were as thick as a beer can. My hunting partner Tom Vandehey also saw him two days later and agreed, hes a monster! No other sightings of him during our first year hunting with Tombstone Creek Outfitters. The second year, no encounters with the beer can buck, and just a couple trail cam pics at night. Our third year, this year, hunting was extremely slow. Just like last year, only a couple pics of him at night. With hunting being this slow I got …

First tme archer scores

First time archer scores Submitted by: rance56  Avatar Image

I have always been a rifle hunter, but I wanted to hunt the rut in the Midwest and in most states that falls during archery season. So I decided to go to Kansas where they allow crossbows. I bought a MXB 360 on a recommendation from a friend. The dealer got everything set up for me, after a few weeks of practicing I was ready for the hunt. Scored on this whitetail on my first archery hunt. Anybody can make it happen with a Mission crossbow.


Split-tine Submitted by: brian62  Avatar Image

I was hunting the week of Thanksgiving and I had my first opportunity at a big buck with my Mission Maniac. This deer came right into my feeder but was really spooked because of some pigs that were in the area. I had a quartering away shot at thirty yards and I took it. There was no blood on the arrow, but there was a pretty good blood trail. The trail stopped after fifty yards with no deer at the end. I thought he was gone for good. Three days later I was hunting with my nine year old cousin who had never seen anyone shoot …

Elk Craze

Elk Craze Submitted by: rkjeff76  Avatar Image

I purchased a Mission Craze a few years ago for son, primarily due to its adjustability and affordable quality. After he lost interest in archery, I thought it would be fun to set it up and gave it a try for myself. I was quickly amazed at how well this compact “youth” bow performed. I started bowhunting with it the following season and liked it so much that I sold my primary hunting bow to a friend. The compact size and manuverability of the Craze has been ideal for treestand and ground blind situations. After harvesting a few whitetails with …

Here kitty, kitty, kitty!

Here kitty, kitty, kitty! Submitted by: jackgregston  Avatar Image

First bobcat with his bow! He was pretty excited to say the least.

Yep practice makes perfect

Submitted by: crash2011  Avatar Image

Yep practice makes perfect!

First Archery Buck

First Archery Buck Submitted by: allieaskins  Avatar Image

I have been hunting with my Mission Craze for three seasons now. I finally harvested my first archery buck taken on October 16, 2014. So thankful for such an amazing experience! I am looking forward to many more successful hunts! LOVE my Craze bow!

Jakes 1st Bow Deer. Thanks Mission Ballistic

Jakes 1st Bow Deer With Mission Ballistic Submitted by: bearbuck  Avatar Image

I bought my son a New Mission Ballistic when I got my new Mission Blaze this year. They are great shooting bows. On this particular evening we had hunted all day and seen a few but had no shots. We settled into a spot for the evening in the middle of a holler that comes up into a field. Jake was also using his Summit Viper climbing stand for first time. I was nervous as could be about it but he was right comfortable. Jake is 14 years old and no matter his age I cant help but still see …