1931 Hoyt Archery The company was founded as a partnership between Earl Sr. and Earl Hoyt Hoyt 1946 Hoyt Jr. pioneered the use of reinforced plastics in the production of bows. 1948 Hoyt introduces the first overdraw bows and first semi-anatomic grip on the market. 1951 The beginning of Deflex-reflex design is incorporated into the production of Hoyt recurve bow. This is the starting point of traditional design and continues to be used throughout the production of high-end recurve bows today. Hoyt 1953 produced the first short recurve hunting bow, only 52 inches. 1956 Hoyt introduced the blades balanced, providing a new dimension in precision. (Patent 2,995,130). A real anatomical handle (Patent No. 2995.130) is introduced into the Pro Olympian. Since its introduction, the anatomic grip has become universally, the most popular feature of the modern bow. Artisans 1957 Hoyt bows offer the first facts according to customer requirements in design and laminations. 1959 The anatomic grip design thumb rest is introduced to improve the feel of the arc. Nearly all modern bows use this type of grip. 1961 Hoyt stabilizers invents and introduces them into the market for archery (Patent 3,196,860). Hoyt 1963 system develops micro rest "that facilitates adjustment of the arches and substantially increases the precision. (Patent 3,292,607). 1965 Hoyt stabilization system develops Torque Flight Compensator to further improve accuracy. (Patent 3,412,725). 1971 Hoyt introduced the first shovels made from carbon fiber. 1972 Hoyt invented the system (Take-Down) and between the blades of the body, which provides precision, alignment and fine tuning of the blades to the body. (Patent 3,814,075). "Olympic Games 1972 Munich - The Munich Olympics were the first Olympic Games in which archery was reintroduced as an Olympic sport, absent since the 1904 games held in St. Louis, MO. The bow Hoyt Pro Medalist is used to win the gold medal in both female category as in the male. 1976 - "Summer Olympics". The Hoyt TD2 used to win the gold medal in men's category. Hoyt develops a system of universal adjustment of the blades ensures optimum power variations in the tiller and alignment. (Patent 4,054,121). 1980 - "Summer Olympics" - Hoyt won the gold medal in the men with TD2. 1982-We develop an adjustment system for tuning of the wiring harness and ropes to bow two pulleys. (Patent 4,448,183). This is the beginning of the entrance of the Hoyt Archery Company in the arms market of pulleys. Hoyt designed a sliding thimble to keep the cables of an arc of pulleys on the side of the arrow on the thimble, maximizing the separation of the arrow and feathers. (Patent 4,452,222). Hoyt develops housing in the form of dovetail the spades of the recurve bow, a system that is still today the most used by all manufacturers in the World (Patent 4,494,521). Hoyt invents an arrow holder that adjusts vertically adjustable with a spring internally equipped with a pushbutton. This allows for better tuning of the arches. (Patent No. 4,542,731). 1984 - "Los Angeles Olympic Games" You win the gold medal in the men with the most victorious story arcs, the Hoyt TD4, the very well-known "Gold Medalist". 1984 - Hoyt introduced the first authentic blades curved in arcs of pulleys in the Spectra 5000. Hoyt bow designed for use as Sylvester Stallone in the movie Rambo-First Blood, Part II.