Q&A: Tackling windy conditions for beginners

British weather, even in Summertime, can get a bit windy! It helps to know how to combat this in your archery so you can prevent your arrows going off course. Patrick Huston has some tips…

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Top Tips: Bow Arm Basics

Compound archery techniques are forever developing; what were once common practices 10 or 20 years ago are now thought to be counterproductive or even damaging to your shooting. Among other changes a conscious release has been eliminated from compound teachings,

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Aiming and Attention

Liam Grimwood explains how to achieve the relaxed yet focused aim top shooters use, which can help keep you calm as well as on target      Aiming is an extremely critical part of the shot. Most compound shooters that

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Trigger Tech

Chris Aston explains trigger upgrades from a  specialist company Trigger Tech is a  Canadian company that specialises in producing trigger upgrades for crossbows. The first offerings from Trigger Tech were designed to fit the popular range of Excalibur crossbows, while

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The Rules of the Game

Most archery organisations in the UK include crossbows in their rules of shooting – but there’s some variation regarding draw weights, arrow lengths and the type of sighting equipment that can be used at clubs and in competitions. So if

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Crossbow Safety

At the end of May I took part in the 3D Field Archery Nationals at Osmaston Park in Derbyshire, and a very enjoyable event it was too. In contrast to last year’s appallingly wet conditions, this time around we enjoyed

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