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Fletching by numbers

James Park looks back at the use of two and four fletchings on an arrow, and reveals why three became the standard used today

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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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Taking your archery abroad

There are plenty of opportunities for an archer with wanderlust to shoot abroad – Danielle Brown explains how to go about making the most of the opportunities out there

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Essential guide to tournament prep!

If you’re worried about everything you need to know to take part in your first tournament experience, never fear – Andrew Smith has a checklist of everything you need to do in advance and remember on the day

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Posted in Events, Features, Psychology, Technique

16 Premium archery gifts for that special someone

If money is no object and you’d like to treat that very special bow-wielding person to something you can guarantee they’ll love, look no further than our premium gift guide…

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Posted in Christmas Gift Guide, Equipment, Features

How to combat competitive mind games

From well-meaning but misguided comments to deliberate mind games, there are a number of things that can put you off your shot. Danielle Brown shares her guide to coping with it

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Posted in Features, Psychology

Interview: Gold medallist Bryony Pitman

Stepping up to the senior stage: Bryony Pitman has risen through the cadet and junior ranks to a full-time place on Team GB – here, she tells us how she did it, and what she’s planning on doing next

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5 Top tips to keep archery practice exciting

Archery is the art of repetition, but long hours spent doing the same thing can get dull. Lucy O’Sullivan shares her top tips on keeping practice engaging

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What your target face says about your technique

Learn how to read your target face and it could help to improve your score, James Park explains what to look for…

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How to build an arrow part 3: Wraps

The third instalment in his series on building the perfect set of arrows, Adrian Tippins looks at wraps, and explains how to get the right type, size and application

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Posted in Crossbow, Features, Technique, Traditional
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