Month: April 2018

New Arrivals – Aluminum Alloy 4-finger Release Aids Buckle Shooting Gear

Light weight and convenient to carry Aluminum alloy material, solid and durable For Bow Type: Compound Recurve Long bow * Material: Aluminum alloy * Size: about 20 x 13 (cm) * Color: Black, Gold, Red * Weight: 135…

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DIY Archery Target – Used A4 Sized Papers

The office had lots of scrap/used A4-sized papers lying around. I decided to save them from the shredder and make a cheap and easy archery target out of these. The idea is to stack them up and compress…

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How to Make a Bow and Arrow By Hand

BEN GOLDSTEIN After a compound bow failed him on a turkey hunt more than a decade ago, 29-year-old Michael Spink of Spink Wooden Bows in Pocahontas, Arkansas, started making his own wooden bows by hand. He walked us…

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NEW ZEALAND SENDS 1ST FULL TEAM TO HYUNDAI ARCHERY WORLD CUP STAGE

Just three out of the 16 archers on the squad have previous international experience. For the first time in the 12-year history of the Hyundai Archery World Cup, New Zealand has sent a full 16-athlete squad to a…

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Duenas: Canadian visit to Tokyo important for Olympics

Olympian Crispin Duenas and three of his Canadian teammates went on an early trip to the next Olympic host city. Canadian recurve archers Crispin Duenas, Brian Maxwell, Hamilton Nguyen and Conner Sorley travelled to Asia early ahead the first stage of the 2018 Hyundai Archery…

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RIAU EGA AGATHA: THE ARCHER WHO UPSET THE OLYMPIC FAVOURITE

The Indonesian archer was the architect of Kim Woojin’s defeat at Rio 2016. No archer is unbeatable. Riau Ega Agatha was proof of that at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016, when he entered the arena to face…

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New slingshot for fishing

Material: high-grade zinc alloy & ABS plastic Functions: Shooting arrows, entertainment Adjustable arrow brush Multi-function: it can not only be used for shooting fish, but also shooting arrows! Fishing Reel: Gear ratio: 3.1:1 Line capacity (mm/m): 0.28/60 0.33/50…

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GET OUTSIDE: 3 OUTDOOR ARCHERY GAMES TO TRY THIS SUMMER

Photo Credit: World Archery Although many archers get their start indoors, archery offers many opportunities to shoot outdoors year-round. And unlike the single-distance, climate-controlled environments of indoor archery, outdoor archery offers an unpredictable mix of terrain and weather…

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Bowfishing: What Fish Can I Actually Shoot With a Bow?

by Deneshia Larson As someone who is relatively new to bowfishing, I am constantly learning new techniques, terms, timing and tricks. For example, did you know that you don’t need to use sights to bowfish? It is preferable…

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INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE ARCHERY

Origin Engels said in 1863: “bow string, the arrow has been a very complex tool, invented these tools need to have long-term experience and more developed intelligence.” And perhaps the invention of the bow and the origin of…

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