Mimi Landström takes a look at one of the most common hang-ups in target archery For recurve archers, the clicker can be a love/hate relationship. Nearly every international recurve archer shoots with a clicker, so why, and how, can it…
How to get to grips with the clicker
The Science Behind the Clicker
It’s a small piece of equipment that can nevertheless have a big impact – Craig Johnson looks into how and why a clicker works when it comes to improving your shot
Posted in Features
The Crucial Factor
Roy Rose knows an unanticipated release is essential – and here, he explains why One of the most puzzling aspects of our sport is surely the statistic that reveals that, although almost every elite shooter employs a surprise release,…
Posted in Technique
In praise of the barebow archer
Roy Rose argues that the recognition barebow archers get doesn’t correlate to the skill required for this division A number of the world’s finest archers continue to achieve superlative results with very little recognition, and without enjoying the profile of…
Posted in Traditional
Ask The Experts
Q: I shoot recurve, and my scores are improving to the stage where they’re good enough to shoot for my county, but there are still occasions where I find I’m struggling to draw fluently through the clicker. Is there anything I…
Lights, XCEL Camera, action!
When Bow International got hold of the XCEL Camera, we stuck it on our bow to get some close-up archery action footage!