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What A Beginner Should Look for in an Archery Training Class

By katiesmith02, published on Aug 14, 2015

Let me assume you are an absolute beginner in archery and never been to a class. Let me also assume you nurture the dream of winning an archery contest one day.

Well, too many assumptions here! But hey, I appreciate your thoughts and suggest you to join an archery school so you could learn from a trainer.

Now, on the very first day of your class, with excitement kicking in and adrenaline flowing like never before, you may completely overlook the fact that the training delivered to you is far from being perfect.

But that doesn’t have to happen, right? You are paying... (more)

Tags: archery, archery range texas, archery training, learn archery, archery practice, texas archery

Important Tips and Details on Performance-Intensive Archery

By katiesmith02, published on Jul 24, 2015

Beginners in archery don’t get to attend high-performance competitions. They are far from reaching the level that the participants possess. But while they prepare to sharpen their archery skills, they can gather details on the competitions to make their preparations tuned.

Competitive archery tournaments

Assuming you are an aspiring archer, you need to watch competitive archery tournaments frequently. That can help you get a grasp of how they work. If you are an absolute beginner (someone who never picked up a bow), then be the first one to enter the stadium (no pun intended).

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Tags: arrows, archery, bows, archery skills, compound bows, recurve bows, bowhunting, archery indoor tournaments

Gearing Up for World Archery Championships: Copenhagen 2015

By katiesmith02, published on Jul 1, 2015

The wait is almost over.

This year Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, will play host to the 2015 World Archery Championships. As the preparation in the city reaches its peak, the world is gearing up to experience another amazing archery tournament of the highest order.

This Olympic Quota Tournament in Copenhagen is all set to commence from July 26, following the World Archery Congress to be held between July 24 and 25. And it would extend till August 2. This competition will provide the participating archers with the very first chance to qualify for the Olympics to be held in Rio... (more)

Tags: sports, archery, 2015 world archery championships, copenhagen 2015

Few Tips Archers Should Follow before Improving Aiming

By katiesmith02, published on May 29, 2015

People join archery clubs to improve their shootings. In archery classes, they get elementary lessons by their instructors and with practice, take their shooting skills to the next level. But the elementary tips cannot help an archer reach the level of perfection, for that they need to follow more advanced tips.

In this article, we’ll discuss the tips that could help a beginner’s level archer improve his shooting skills. It’s not difficult to follow those tips because they don’t involve many technicalities.

Foot Placement

The very first thing for an archer to take care... (more)

Tags: sports, archery

The Rising Trend of Horseback Archery

By katiesmith02, published on Apr 29, 2015

During the days when the world had kings and emperors, and they looked for opportunities to attack neighboring kingdoms to increase the size of the land they rule, a number of weapons were used for such warfare. Among them, the bow and arrow surely stood out. And these have survived to this day. Of course, not as a weapon, but in the form of a sport. Those interested in archery still has the opportunity to show off their skills. And it still pays when you are accurate in shooting the arrows. Moreover, you can also participate in different kinds of tournaments these days because archery is now... (more)

Tags: sports, leisure, archery, horseback archery

How to Improve Your Archery Accuracy

By katiesmith02, published on Apr 7, 2015

Archery is a fun getaway for some as the winter snow melts and the first rays of sunshine hits the streets. For some, it is the endearing desire to dust off their bows, grab a handful of arrows, and head straight out for some long-desired shooting. Whichever category you may fall in, archery calls for accuracy.

With good archery comes in the necessity of mastering various elements and aspects that come along with it. Because when the stars align, the gods smile down upon us, and the targeted shot comes within 25 yards of your position, it will be a shame to blow the shot. If you are... (more)

Tags: leisure, outdoors, archery

How to Improve Your Archery Accuracy

By katiesmith02, published on Apr 2, 2015

Archery is a fun getaway for some as the winter snow melts and the first rays of sunshine hits the streets. For some, it is the endearing desire to dust off their bows, grab a handful of arrows, and head straight out for some long-desired shooting. Whichever category you may fall in, archery calls for accuracy.

With good archery comes in the necessity of mastering various elements and aspects that come along with it. Because when the stars align, the gods smile down upon us, and the targeted shot comes within 25 yards of your position, it will be a shame to blow the shot. If you are... (more)

Tags: outdoors, archery

The Importance of Draw Length for a Compound Bow

By katiesmith02, published on Mar 11, 2015

If you have even beginner's level knowledge of archery, then you'd be knowing compound bows are different from longbows and recurve bows. The chief difference between a compound bow and a traditional bow is a compound bow can be pulled back only a certain distance whereas a longbow can be pulled back any distance.

The mechanism that controls the draw length of the bow works in a fascinating manner; for the mechanism to work, the mechanical setting of the bow and the size of the shooter need to be at par with each other. If the size of a shooter is 64-inches and the draw length is 19-inches,... (more)

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Detailed Guide for Selecting The Right Bow Sight

By katiesmith02, published on Dec 26, 2014

Whether you are an amateur who wants to perfect his shooting skills or a hunter who wants to comfortably zero in on a reindeer, if you are using a bow, then it should be accompanied by a bow sight.

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A bow sight helps an archer shoot better. It’s not necessary for him to use it, but shooting without a bow sight amounts to less chances of hitting the target, especially if the target is located considerably away from the archer.

However, if you are buying a modern compound bow, then odds are that high it’d come with a bow sight. Modern compound bows are equipped with bow... (more)

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Keep Fire Risks at Bay and Enjoy This Christmas to the Fulle

By katiesmith02, published on Dec 3, 2014

Christmas is around the corner. In fact, it is knocking on the door already. We are doing what we always do in this time of the year; shop around to celebrate the birthday of the lord and savior. On the eve of 25th, we’ll all be singing “We wish you a merry Christmas” and greeting each other before going to bed with the stockings hung so dear old Santa comes and fills them with gifts.

But what if the joyous environment gets disrupted by unanticipated eruption of fire? It could happen if you don’t follow the fire safety tips for Christmas. To follow the tips, you first need to get a hang... (more)

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