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A Bow In The Hand

Duncan Busby says a correct grip is vital to accurate shooting, and explains how to find your perfect placement Since the main contact point between an archer and their bow is through the grip, how you hold your bow can

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Troubled by torque?

Grip hand consistency is an essential part of a good shot, and Liam Grimwood has a couple of tricks you can use to spot what you’re doing There are a number of articles and instructional DVDs out there now about

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Ask The Experts

Q: I’m getting used to my new recurve after finishing a beginners course a few months back, but I’m noticing I’m getting a lot of string contact with my arm guard. It’s not hitting my arm, so it’s not painful, but

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Maxed Out

Larry Godfrey gives you the lowdown on Win&Win’s top-end riser, the Inno MAX The latest instalment of the Inno range from Win&Win, introduced in 2013, is considered the big brother to the Inno CXT – the Inno MAX. The designers

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The Overdraw – Understood

Over my years as a coach and competitor I have had more and more people ask me to explain why I have used an overdraw on my bow and how it would affect their set up. I have been using

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Unlock your shooting

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

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