Can compound help with recurve archery?

Can compound help your recurve shooting? Crystal Gauvin says absolutely. It’s common in the sport of archery for people to pick a bow type and stick with it for the duration of their career. Those who don’t start on the

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Advertorial: Bohning Archery

Looking for the best fletching for your olympic recurve arrows? Look no further than Bohning’s new Griffin Vane. You’ve probably heard about Bohning’s new Griffin Vane for Olympic recurve archery. Perhaps you wonder what benefits this strange-looking vane could provide.

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Coming Out Of Lockdown

Returning to archery after a long break? You and everyone else. By Kristina Dolgilevica Returning to sport after a prolonged break is never easy; however, the good news is that many have managed to return to sport in the past

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I Made This: Play Action Sports Wear

A series on independent archery businesses. This month, Bobby Slaton Jr. of Play Action Sports Wear. We are the producers of the TemperGuard Jersey line of outdoor active wear. My name is Bobby Slaton, Jr. and I am the Vice

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Online Archery Academy review

Mark Brown takes a look at an online course for recurve beginners. So you’re stuck at home dreaming about taking up archery, waiting for the clubs near you to reopen so you can start learning how to shoot, and take

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Can meditation make a difference in archery?

Can meditation really help your shooting? Ethan Lowry examines the possibilities. To be with oneself can be a terrifying endeavour. Our mind is made up of millions of synaptic junctions, with electrical impulses attributing to thousands of various physiological and

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A tour around 2021’s virtual ATA

The annual trade fair was online this year and Bow took a virtual stroll around. Scott Archery Apex Scott Archery have over forty years of expertise making releases, and they aren’t shy about calling the Apex the ‘pinnacle of release

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Review: BOWdometer

Rebekah Tipping runs the numbers The goal of archery is to produce the same technique consistently, and there are a few devices on the market right now that promise to monitor your training and help you progress with your shooting

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Review: Hoyt Xakt Limbs

Kristina Dolgilevica gets hands on with the latest intermediate ILF limbs First impressions matter, and these are a striking-looking pair of limbs indeed. An excellent and tasteful design with a soft matt finish which gives the product an ‘expensive’ look

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I Made This – Custom Made Arrows

Part 7 of a series on independent archery businesses. This month: regular Bow columnist Adrian Tippins on his finger slings. I make custom made arrows and carry out renovations to existing arrows. I also make deluxe double and single loop

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