Why Do Your Arrow Points Matter?

Why Do Your Arrow Points Matter?

You’d think arrow points made for target archery would be universal across all disciplines. All a point has to do is punch a hole through the target so the arrow can stick, right? Arrow points are more than just pointed pieces of metal. They are an integral...

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How to Build Endurance

How to Build Endurance

Archery takes endurance. It requires physical strength and stamina to shoot every arrow at the top of your game. In competition, depending on the format, it can mean drawing back and shooting anywhere from 60 to 100 arrows. Some tournaments even take place over...

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How to Maintain Your Bow

How to Maintain Your Bow

A well-maintained bow will provide years of enjoyable shooting. Although the thought of taking a bow apart for maintenance and cleaning may seem daunting, plenty of practice and guidance from someone knowledgeable can make bow maintenance bearable and even...

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Join an Archery Organization

Join an Archery Organization

Archery is awesome because it can be enjoyed solo and in a group. Joining an archery organization is one of the best ways to make friends and improve your skills. If you’re interested in competing, organizations provide an avenue into competition.  There are...

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Arrow Fletching Options for Indoor Recurve Archers

Arrow Fletching Options for Indoor Recurve Archers

Indoor competition season is approaching fast, and for that, a few minor equipment changes can help your score. Recurve archers usually use skinny arrows for outdoor competition. The small-diameter shafts are good for long-range accuracy, and they’re paired...

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