Hunting Hunting Product Highlights from SHOT Show 2019 Lynsey Davis January 30, 2019 When I wasn’t ogling new pistols, suppressors, and optics, I was able to find some pretty sweet hunting gear at SHOT Show this year. From game calls to new camo patterns, here are a few new hunting products that caught my eye… The FOXPRO XWAVE is a sight to behold. Trust me when I say, this thing is the MAC DADDY of game calls. The XWAVE comes pre-loaded with 100 sounds, and can hold up to 1,000 sounds. It features a color remote display, swiveling speakers for sound focusing, two external speaker jacks, an aux jack, a charge jack, is USB re-programmable, has four custom preset buttons, an elastomeric remote keypad, and it is compatible with the FoxJack 3 decoy. But wait…there’s more. The XWAVE is also Bluetooth compatible, and the lithium battery and charger kit are INCLUDED. It is expected to be available for purchase around September, and honestly, all I can say to that is ‘Please take my money’. Check out all of the products FOXPRO has to offer at https://www.gofoxpro.com/. FOXPRO XWAVE Wildgame Innovations brought their new ZeroTrace PureION Field Generator to SHOT Show and it looks very promising. Just imagine being on what seems like a perfect hunt. Then, the wind switches directions and just like that, every doe is singing the song of their people and the hunt is over. We have all been there. This new product from Wildgame Innovations certainly aims to de-throne the Ozonics, as it offers new technology, which seeks to accomplish the same goal, but for half the price. ZeroTrace promises to safely neutralize human scent—none of the damaging effects to your health or gear caused by ozone. Instead, PureION technology utilizes the flow of molecules to safely dispel unwanted scent particles. ZeroTrace is lightweight, rechargeable (6 hours of battery life), quiet, has a TRUBark texture for maximum concealment, and has an adjustable magnetic mount to fit any setup. All for the cool price of $199. For more information about this and other products, check out https://www.wildgameinnovations.com. ZeroTrace Browning just introduced their newest trail camera, the Defender Wireless, which finally brings them into the cellular game. Browning has been relatively tight-lipped about this camera, but I was able to gather a little bit of info about it. One of the features that grabbed my attention, was the way the data plan works for these cameras. Camera owners will be able to have multiple cameras, in multiple locations all operating under one, no contract data plan. The data plans start at $12.99 per month, and they can be cut off when the cameras are not in use. Plans are offered for AT&T and Verizon, and are not based on your cellular provider, but simply who gives you the best service at your hunting property. This product is set to release Summer 2019. No information is available for this item online yet, but you can check out other Browning Trail Cameras at https://browningtrailcameras.com/. Browning Defender Wireless Flambeau never disappoints when it comes to products for waterfowl hunters. If you have ever hunted waterfowl, you live for that moment when everything comes together and that flock of ducks commits to your spread, so you want everything to look as real as possible. Flambeau’s Gunning Series decoys have been designed with new technology to help them ride the water like a real duck. They have an anatomically-inspired rounded hull featuring a low- profile, blade keel with stainless steel insert weights for live duck performance in all conditions, including mere inches of water. They also include Flambeau’s exclusive patented UVision™ paint technology which mimics the inviting visual of a live bird because…science. The Gunning Series decoys are available in 6-packs which contain 4 drakes and 2 hens with an MSRP of $135, and the same 6-pack is available in a foam-filled model with an MSRP of $167. For more information about these and other products, visit Flambeau at https://www.flambeauoutdoors.com/. Flambeau Gunning Series decoy Flambeau Gunning Series decoy Barnett has introduced their newest crossbow, the HyperFlite 430. The HyperFlite 430 features innovative technology in crossbow design. For starters, the cams are not on the end of the limbs, they’re inward of the cams and hooked to the riser. This decreases the work being done by the limbs, and in turn, reduces vibration and noise. It shoots 430 fps, and is only 31 inches long. It includes a new crank cocking device that is more user-friendly, an upgraded scope with an illuminated reticle to allow hunting in lower light, and a Triggertech trigger. The arrows designed for the HyperFlite 430 (it comes with 6) are much slimmer than the standard crossbow arrow. MSRP for the HyperFlite 430 is $1799. For more information about this and other products visit Barnett at https://www.barnettcrossbows.com/. Barnett HyperFlite 430 Recently, Mossy Oak released Overwatch, their newest camo pattern, and the new official camouflage pattern of the NRA. This pattern represents a big leap in Mossy Oak’s camouflage technology, as it is their first pattern developed entirely in a 3D modeling environment, making it more realistic. Overwatch colors were chosen to best amplify the incredible detail of the pattern as well as provide unparalleled concealment in a variety of settings. From Mossy Oak: “Our rights to manage and pursue the natural resources of this great land are something we take very seriously here at Mossy Oak,” said Toxey Haas, founder and CEO of Mossy Oak. “The NRA is the leader in preserving the opportunities we have as conservationists, hunters, and law-abiding citizens with the right to keep and bear arms. We live in a time where those topics are each facing their greatest opposition. 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