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Top tips for achieving your archery goals!

Got something you want to achieve in archery? Smart goal setting will help you do it, explains John Stanley

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Posted in Features, Psychology, Technique

Contact Check: Tuning your setup

Breaking blades, torn fletchings, or poor arrow flight can all be symptoms of vane contact with your rest. Duncan Busby explains how to find it, and how to fix it

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How to get started with archery

Want to start archery, but not sure how? Andrew Smith breaks down the way archery is organised in the UK and the types of archery that are available, as well as a guide to what it can cost to take part

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Q&A: Bow geometry and risers

Doug Denton, senior recurve engineer at Hoyt answers your questions and discusses the difference between two risers in the same product line and their affect on performance and feel…

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Posted in FAQs

Picking your kit: Stabilisers and setup

Patrick Huston completes his guide to choosing equipment with a look at a recurve archer’s stabilisation options

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Top tips for recurve release

Patrick Huston explains why many archers end up thinking about the release the wrong way – and how to work towards a clean and consistent loose

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Basic reminders to help your shot

Andrew Smith looks at the five of the most common shooting errors, which, if addressed, will make it easier for you to repeat the same shot routine each time.

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How to quickly boost performance

Want to improve but are short on time? Here are Andrew Smith’s quick-fire ways to get organised and boost your shooting in short sessions

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Mastering the trigger

Lucy O’Sullivan reveals that getting a well-executed shot with a release aid is less a matter of fine hand control, and more a question of activating the right muscles in your back

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Posted in Crossbow, Features, Psychology, Technique, Traditional

Do you really need a new bow?

Contemplating purchasing a new bow? How important is it really to keep up with the very latest technology, and does it warrant the now substantial cost of upgrading regularly? Roy Rose reveals if it’s worth it…

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Posted in Equipment, Features, Reviews
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