Field archery is the sport of firing at fixed circular targets of various dimensions at different distances, heights and angles over a natural terrain course. The archers shoot at yellow and black targets over distances between 5 and 60 meters. The target distances can be made known to the archers or unknown, the latter increases […]
Tips and helpful information to get you started in archery.
Bowfishing is intriguing to people who want to try something different when it comes to fishing. It’s not a passive sport where you sit back with a coldie and wait for a fish to bite on the bait and jump on your hook. This is an active sport and rather than waiting for them to come to you,
These recurve bow archery tips will help you be a better archer. A good quality, well maintained recurve bow should easily last you 20 years or more. Traditional bows are made from wood, horn or bone and other organic material. Modern recurves are made from carbon fiber, aluminum, fibreglass and metallic alloy. A recurve bow
Learning how to make a longbow can be tricky, here you’ll learn what wood to use, how to cut it to size, how to strip it back, shaving the belly to enhance your bow’s curve, how to string your new bow and how to store it. It isn’t as simple as picking a lump of
The history of the longbow goes back centuries. Invented by the Welsh 1180 CE, they fought hard to keep it from the English but were ultimately unsuccessful. England went on to win many wars over France using the longbow simply because France did not possess a weapon that could compete with it. The longbow dates
Two of the most important compound bow shooting tips for beginners that I can offer you are… a positive approach, focus, determination and most importantly, the right mindset. Master these and you will be way ahead of the pack for sure. You will more than likely require some assistance from someone who is significantly better
When using your compound bow for the first time you’ll need to set it up by attaching the rest, installing a D-loop and a peep sight and attaching a bow sight. There are other things you need to be familiar with like your bow’s draw weight, good release techniques and safety. They are a fabulous piece of
Archery basics you’re better off knowing include the devastation that can result from dry firing a bow, tracking down the best accessories, how not to damage your shooting fingers, reviewing suitable targets and archery safety. DO-NOT-EVER point a bow at anyone… period. Archery has a long and fascinating history going back centuries and full of
Discover the many physical benefits from archery that you never thought of.
What Recurve Bow Should I Buy? Here we look at the recurve bow that provides the best value, the ideal option for target shooting, the best choice for beginners plus, reviews of the Spider XL, Samick Sage and the SAS Explorer takedown bows. Are you planning on buying a new recurve bow and wondering which