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How to build back strength for archery

Back strength is essential for archery – and life. Lucy O’Sullivan shows you how. I cannot emphasise this enough: we all need to work on our back strength. Not only as archers, but as 21st-century humans. ‘Text neck’ and ‘office

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Q&A: Finding your arrow length

Adrian Tippins discusses the importance of knowing your arrow length when looking to buy your first bow…

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How do you tie an adjustable nocking point?

Bart Czuwara talks you through how to tie an adjustable nocking point…

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How to build an arrow pt 4: Bonding

Adrian Tippins lists the factors you need to consider when it comes to getting the best vane-to-shaft bond possible

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How to build an arrow part 3: Wraps

The third instalment in his series on building the perfect set of arrows, Adrian Tippins looks at wraps, and explains how to get the right type, size and application

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How to prepare your shaft

Adrian Tippins of Custom Made Arrows starts a series of features on how to build a perfect set of matched arrows. Step one is shaft preparation In the first part of this “how to” series, we will be looking at

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