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Ask The Experts: Weak Shots

Q: I have been scoring quite well in compound competition, but I’m still shooting a number of weak and wayward shots. What could be the reason for that? A: Weak shots, which often feel tentative at full draw, and which

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Travel Time

Don’t let guilt about not practising ruin the holidays for you. John Dudley shares his tips for staying sharp when you’re away from your bow From time to time I ponder what kind of a subject I want to write

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Behind The Line

A whole new perspective on archery is within your reach – John Dudley explains how to find it I have been asked – by many archers and on many occasions – several common questions relating to performance archery. A few

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Hard work beats talent …

… when talent doesn’t work hard. Roy Rose outlines why the most important thing you need to get good at archery isn’t a natural knack for it To attain elite status in any sporting endeavour, you must combine a degree

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What breeds success indoors?

There’s plenty of crossover between archers who shoot well indoors and those who shoot well out of doors – but look down the results sheet, and you’ll notice that some names you see around the middle of leaderboards in the

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Unlock your shooting

John Dudley reveals there are five keys to a consistently good shot

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