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Ask The Experts – Bright Arrows

Q: I started shooting instinctively but I now have problems with maintaining my concentration on the target. I group arrows well when I shoot paper faces but when I rove or shoot 3D my groups spread badly.   A: Yes,

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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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Posted in Technique

New boss developed in Warwickshire

A Warwickshire-based coach has developed a new type of boss, made from recycled materials, thanks to a grant from Funding 4 Innovation. Paul Hadley, director of Stratford Archery Centre, experimented with recycled materials to make a boss that was lighter

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A Field Guide to Archery

Field archery is the ultimate challenge, whatever your bow style, and many of the world’s elite concur that their field exploits represent their finest achievements in archery. The accuracy that a quality target archer brings to this new experience is

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UK to host 2016 European Outdoor Championships

Archery GB, the governing body for archery in Great Britain, has won the bid to host the European Outdoor Championships in 2016. Nottingham City Council and Nottingham University partnered UK Sport and Archery GB in putting forward the bid, and

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The Danage PowerStop

Liam Grimwood has been testing out the new Danage PowerStop

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Posted in Equipment, Reviews
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