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Horseback Archery: a short history

Jan H. Sachers M.A takes us on a remarkable journey. As a modern sport, horseback archery (HBA) is a relatively new phenomenon. But its origins date back many thousands of years, and over the course of history it has been

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ATA: New For 2020

Part 1 of our annual report from archery’s biggest show. The ATA is the Archery Trade Association, based very firmly in the USA, and it’s also the given name of the trade show every year in January, kicking off the

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Indoor: 12 compound tweaks

Duncan Busby shows you how to squeeze out every last point on the way to 600. In recent years indoor archery has become about the pursuit for perfection; this indoor season alone has seen world records falling in the compound

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Hacking the darkside: Part 1

In Part 1 of a short series, Vanessa Lee decides to take up compound – and learns from the best Vanessa Lee is a former Canadian national team member for recurve, and also works as a commentator for World Archery.

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5 Top new archery toys!

Some of the newer gear available at your local archery retailer

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Kit up for the outdoor season

Rob Jones explores the additional kit that’s come in handy for him over his years in field archery

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How to make a great 3D course!

Course setter Rob Jones takes us through how he makes a course both challenging and interesting

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What your target face says about your technique

Learn how to read your target face and it could help to improve your score, James Park explains what to look for…

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Ask The Experts: Home Ranges

Q: Would you recommend getting a target to practise with at home? I have a safe backstop in my back garden, but it won’t fit a full-length range! Is it still worth getting one? A: Definitely YES! Once you have

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