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Ask The Experts: Home Ranges

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Q: Would you recommend getting a target to practise with at home? I have a safe backstop in my back garden, but it won’t fit a full-length range! Is it still worth getting one? A: Definitely YES! Once you have

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Ask The Experts – Making a Longbow

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Q: I am a relatively new archer and would like to make myself a longbow. A friend in the club has a lovely osage longbow so I would like to make one like it from a kit, but how much

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Hard work beats talent …

Repetitive accuracy is reliant upon repetitive shots, not simply being a natural

… 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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Surprising summer scoring

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Tricky conditions can cause your scores to take a tumble, but as Duncan Busby explains, perfect weather can also have a surprising effect on your scoring We all know that adverse weather can have a huge impact on our shooting,

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The Time and Space Conundrum

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Archery has come a long way over the last few years, with professional archery booming and more archers dedicating 100 per cent of their careers to shooting. This is great for the sport and I am glad to see it

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Ask The Experts

Q: How can I best use my practice time to prepare for competition?   A: The aim of good practice is to manipulate your training to mirror competition as much as possible. This will allow you to practice the skills used in

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