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The Lazy Guide to Archery

Andrew Smith says it doesn’t all have to be hard work – there are several tips and shortcuts you can use to improve your archery while making the most of your shooting time It’s a fact that most archers find

Ask The Experts

Q: How important is breathing when it comes to shot execution?   A: Breathing is very important before, and during, the shot process as logically, it is a factor in attaining a satisfactory aim, and a fluent execution. While most coaches

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Back to a Back Tension

Duncan Busby made the switch to a back tension release aid, and here he explains how to make the process work for you   A couple of years ago I set myself the goal of shooting with a back tension release

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The Crucial Factor

Roy Rose knows an unanticipated release is essential – and here, he explains why   One of the most puzzling aspects of our sport is surely the statistic that reveals that, although almost every elite shooter employs a surprise release,

Jesse Broadwater/T.R.U. Ball Abyss thumb trigger release

ATA Highlights: T.R.U.Ball

T.R.UBall Releases had several new models on display at the ATA Show. Two new models of release aid, developed in conjunction with pro-archer and current World Field champion Jesse Broadwater, were on show. The Abyss is a thumb trigger design,

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Two new X10s

Easton has introduced two new shaft sizes for the X10 arrow. In response to an increasing number of top recurve archers shooting bows of draw weights over 53 pounds, the company has developed two stiffer spines to reduce the need

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Mixed teams in Tokyo?

World Archery is putting forward bids to include a mixed team event in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The motion was agreed at a meeting of the federation’s executive board in Nottingham, UK, and will be put forward to the

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New World Cup hosts announced

World Archery has announced some new stage venues for future World Cup events. Stages are awarded for three years, so organisers have a chance to build on and promote sequential events, and the host cities for 2017-2019 will be Salt

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ATA Highlights: Win&Win

Win&Win had several products from the new WiaWis line on show in Indianapolis. The WiaWis series is a development and renewal of the Inno series, but with the addition of nano carbon to the carbon fibres used in the construction

The all-new Carbon X-Taper line of stabilisers from FUSE

ATA Highlights: FUSE

Brand new from Fuse at the ATA show was the Carbon X-Taper range of stabilisers. These rods are not only tapered but convex too, to reduce wind interference while keeping the rod’s stiffness. That’s not the only feature however –

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ATA Highlights: Win&Win

Win&Win had several products from the new WiaWis line on show in Indianapolis. The WiaWis series is a development and renewal of the Inno series, but with the addition of nano carbon to the carbon fibres used in the construction

The all-new Carbon X-Taper line of stabilisers from FUSE

ATA Highlights: FUSE

Brand new from Fuse at the ATA show was the Carbon X-Taper range of stabilisers. These rods are not only tapered but convex too, to reduce wind interference while keeping the rod’s stiffness. That’s not the only feature however –

Jesse Broadwater/T.R.U. Ball Abyss thumb trigger release

ATA Highlights: T.R.U.Ball

T.R.UBall Releases had several new models on display at the ATA Show. Two new models of release aid, developed in conjunction with pro-archer and current World Field champion Jesse Broadwater, were on show. The Abyss is a thumb trigger design,

The Easton Contour stabiliser set

ATA Highlights: Easton

We’ll be bringing you a selection of the best new releases we spotted at the ATA Trade Show in Indianapolis – keep your eyes peeled for more on here and in the next issue! First up: Easton.  For the first time

Component Choices

You selected the perfect shaft, but what’s next? Duncan Busby explains how to plan and build your arrows Selecting the right components for your arrows can be a daunting decision. With so many options available, how do you know which

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