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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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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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China Archery Culture

CHINA ARCHERY CULTURE WORLD TRADITIONAL ARCHERY ORGANIZATION The Origin of Bow and Arrow During Chinese history, archery was an important aspect of life. Bow and arrow were used for hunting, sport, rituals, examinations, and as a weapon of…

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In China, a traditional bow maker finds his calling in ‘noble art’

Even after half a century, Yang Fuxi can still remember the pungent smell of his grandfather’s bow and arrow workshop in central Beijing. “There was the odor of glue and bull horn when you grind it, almost a…

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How To Make The Tomb Raider Bow

Reference Picture: This is actually very easy to make, you don’t need a lot to have the new tomb raider bow and arrow, and it looks badass 🙂 You will need: 5 or 6 thin tree branches (4.5…

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Why Archers Need to Absolutely Positively Write Things Down

I have to begin by saying that I have known a great many archers who were far better archers than I was who did not follow this advice. They kept everything in their heads (well, part of it;…

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Carbon Express Arrows: Which Are the Best Ones for Your Rig?

Here’s what I love most about Carbon Express: they make high-end arrows that have very little variation between models. They all basically have the same characteristics: they have relatively small vanes so that arrows maintain flight speed, they…

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