Back in 1970, Pete Shepley used to receive a lot of good-natured ribbing from his fellow product engineers at Magnavox Corporation about his devotion to designing archery related equipment during his lunch hour. He started Precision Shooting Equipment and was one of the first five companies to obtain licensing under the Allen Patent for compound bows. Today, PSE is the largest privately owned archery equipment manufacturing company in the country, devoting all their time to the development of the most advanced compound bows and related equipment ever produced!


7 responses

  1. charles r. sanford

    ive been to the pro-shop in tucson 3 times. not once have i left there happy or satisfied. the staff is as un-caring about the customers as ive ever seen. very discouraging. 3 times ive left empty-handed, with a wallet full of cash, only to have to order online, from BEAR. too bad, too. i used to like pse, but its ridiculous here in town, trying to buy pse equipment. i give up. no matter how good your product, if the manager of the shop acts indifferent to his customers(and the shop is nearly empty) reputations speak volumes. sincerely , a former wannabe customer. charles r. sanford. 520-270-5762

    April 27, 2012 at 12:58 pm

  2. Hello, my name is Fr. Jim Kirby and I was once the campus minister at Miranda Leek’s high school Dowling Catholic. I also host a web page http://www.thenextleveliowa.com which ordinarily covers native Iowans who excel in track, field and cross country. I would like to cover Miranda as she journeys on to the Olympics. Our site exists because we don’t feel sports like track and field don’t receive the coverage it deserves. We’ve found a lot of people out there are who are desperate for coverage and news about our Iowans who perform so heroically. We would like to offer Miranda’s fans the same coverage. Check out our web site to see for yourself. We are in need of photos down the road as Miranda continues her trek. I am hoping you might help me get the word out and put me in contact with those who are more involved with the competitions. Thanks so much.

    July 1, 2012 at 2:54 pm

  3. Hey Emily, we at outdoorhub.com have been checking out your site and really love your content, could you shoot me an email at Bcooper@outdoorhub.com?


    September 19, 2012 at 6:53 am

  4. Tip Fore

    I shoot a dream season evo with a 27 inch draw length and 60 lb draw weight. I love this Bow. Very smooth . The best Bow I’ve shot. But all I can get out of it ,with my short arms is about 280 fps ,which is pretty fast but I would like to reach out over 300 fps . Will you ever build a bow with a 30 inch draw that say a person with a 27 inch draw can shoot ? Maybe with the grip moved back 3 inches ? Thank you for building such great Bows . Tip Fore. The short arm bow hunter in Mississippi .

    February 9, 2013 at 1:41 pm

  5. HI PSE Archery

    My name is Jeff Stevenson and I’m a writer for HuntersGuide.org. We run a small blog for hunters and I would love an opportunity to guest post on your website as a way to get the word out about our new site. I’ll write an article that your readers will find engaging and
    enjoyable to read about hunting, fishing, or any related topic.
    Though my primary purpose for guest blogging on your site is to help promote our new site, the article I’ll write will be relevant and interesting and would only contain 1 or 2 links back to our site in the author citation section. All of my writing is totally original and carefully
    checked for spelling and grammatical errors.

    Some sample topics I could write on are:

    – Deciding What Bow and Accessories to Buy for Bowfishing
    – Recurve Bows for Bowfishing
    – How to Have A Great Bowfishing Trip

    Please let me know if any of these sound interesting, or feel free to recommend a topic and I’ll do my best to oblige. We’re still new and really hoping to grow our reader base, but if you’d ever like to guest post on http://www.huntersguide.org we’d love to have you.

    Thanks so much for your time. I really like your site and hope to hear
    from you soon!

    Jeff Stevenson

    February 17, 2013 at 2:31 pm

  6. john barwick

    bought a pse viper have a prob lem zeroing cope called customer service held on for 15 minutes twice. no one answered. if this is what your service is im taking it back for a different brand

    October 31, 2013 at 11:51 am

  7. Chris Rimmey

    I live PSE it is the only bow company I trust I took my first bow with a PSE , I am 36 years old and proud to say me and my daughter michaela will both be shooting new PSE bows soon I’m thinking about the DNA SP and she thinking about getting an 2012 evo thanks for making the best bows on the market

    November 26, 2013 at 8:36 pm

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