Andrew Munsell, co-owner of HAMSKEA, joins the podcast with Aron and Frank. Discussions include, Accuracy, optics, tuning, and a healthy dose of squirrels.
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HAMSKEA Archery Solutions LLC is a company for archers by archers. It is owned and operated by Andrew Munsell and Shawn Greathouse. Each are passionate tournament archers and die hard bowhunters. They live and breathe the sport of archery. That passion is the foundation of HAMSKEA ARCHERY SOLUTIONS. In their constant drive to be better, more accurate archers themselves, they saw a need in the market for products they couldn’t find anywhere else. So they began to design, develop, and manufacture the products they were looking for.
All of the products that they create come directly from their own shooting experiences and needs. They are designing the products all archers need to maximize their accuracy! It is their mission to unleash the passion of archers and bowhunters everywhere. They do this because they love the sport, they live to shoot! They hope their products help each of you to find that same passion.
Andrew picked up his first bow and arrow at the age of eight and hasn’t put it down since. Growing up in Illinois introduced Andrew to big game hunting through the pursuit of whitetail deer. After college, he moved out west (California, Arizona, Colorado) which presented its own set of bowhunting challenges.
Longer range shots, steeper terrain and a greater diversity of animals fueled his desire to become as proficient as possible. Bowhunting is the fundamental core of Andrew’s archery passion, but Andrew also follows and participates in as many types of archery as possible. Through his experiences he has acquired a vast amount of archery and bowhunting knowledge. This coupled with his background in aerospace engineering enables him to separate the products that work from the ones that don’t.
In his spare time, he likes to help his fellow archers and often has them over to the house for shooting lessons along with tuning and string making sessions. Andrew also writes about his archery experiences as published in several regional and national periodicals