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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Best of the Bags

Get your gear around in one of these top options Aurora City Pack This semi-rigid reinforced backpack offers plenty of space for transporting all your gear: it has a double linked zip entry down the front, and has a top

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ATA Highlights: Hoyt

Hoyt has unveiled the first string stops for a recurve bow. Seen for the first time at the Archery Trade Association Show in Nashville, Tennessee, the unique string stops have been years in the making, with Hoyt working alongside USA

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The Diva from Dover

After her biggest ever win, and an international title, Andrea Gales talks to Steve Gibbs about achievement, ambition, and age in archery

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Brace yourself

It’s an important part of setting up your bow – but can be a bit of a mystery to some beginners. Andrew Smith explains bracing height

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Back to the draw board

James Park explains how he uses a draw board to look at the path the nocking point takes during the draw, which can be critical to sustained accuracy

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