HOW TO CHOOSE ARCHERY EQUIPMENT IN 5 EASY STEPS

One of the best things about archery is that it’s not only lots of fun, but the gear you need to get started is fairly inexpensive and easy to select. GOTTA HAVE THE BOW. One cool perk archers…

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HOW TO KEEP YOUR BOW IN GOOD SHAPE: OUR TOP 5 TIPS

#1 Water vs bow The most important thing to remember is that water is not the best friend of your archery equipment. Humidity getting into wooden elements will cause swelling and disfiguration. The best way to prevent this…

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Archery Tip for Reducing Target Panic

If you’ve shot a bow even a few times, you’re probably familiar with this topic. Target panic can affect everyone if the right conditions are there. It’s the sense that when you draw your bow back, you need…

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How To Adjust Your Bow Sight

This is a very popular question with new archers. Let’s say that your bow is already set up with a nock point, rest and fixed pin sights. You can be shooting either fingers or a mechanical release in…

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Madrid wins bid to host 2019 World Archery Youth Championships

Madrid wins bid to host 2019 World Archery Youth Championships

The award was among the decisions made during the executive board meeting held on 16-17 July. World Archery’s executive board awarded Madrid in Spain the right to host the 2019 World Archery Youth Championships during its meeting on…

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Thomas Chirault wins Salt Lake stage Prize for Precision

The season-long awards will go to recurve archers in 2018. France’s Thomas Chirault was awarded the Prize for Precision at the third stage of the 2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup in Salt Lake City, USA. Thomas shot 60 total 10s…

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Lopez leads by 21 points; tops Salt Lake ranking

The Colombian archer had the second-highest compound score on the field. Three-time Archery World Cup Champion Sara Lopez scored 697 out of a possible 720 points to top the compound women’s ranking round at the third tage of the 2018…

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Oh Jin Hyek: Things aren’t always under your control

The London 2012 Olympic Champion talks dealing with failure. Oh Jin Hyek is a two-time silver medallist, a winner of the Hyundai Archery World Cup and one of the most recognisable international recurve archers around. The Korean archer won…

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How to Make Bamboo Arrows

Step 1: Shafts The first thing you’ll need are some bamboo shafts.  These are available at Lowe’s (or other big box stores) as garden stakes. I prefer Lowe’s simply because they sell them individually and I can pick…

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Counter Strike Show in Real Life

Counter-Strike, first released in 1999 (Original Half-Life Mod), is the world#DY#s No.1 first person multiplayer game, generating over seven billion player minutes per month and having sold over nine million retail copies worldwide. All TopArchery team members, who…

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