Accuracy is one of the primary goals of a great archer. For those who practice archery for competitions, for example, more accurate shots mean higher scores. But being a skilled archer is not just about the quantifiable criteria. Sometimes, looking at the simplest of things makes you realise that they are the best foundations, and this applies to archery skills as well – if you start with a solid footing on the basics, you can easily work your way up to enhancing the more complex know-hows in order to polish your skills. Have a look at the tips below.
Dry firing a bow is the act of shooting a bow without an arrow. While this may seem harmless to some of us who are just starting out I assure you that this can be one costly mistake.
The fact of the matter is that it can happen to anyone beginner or expert for many different reasons. Whether it be from ignorance, distractions, or accidental misfire of a release it happens all the time. So the question is what do you do if you accidentally dry-fire your bow ?
Great short movie about hunting. Listen to Donnie Vincent explains why he loves bowhunting.
Most of us get our food from supermarkets. Some of us try to go organic and natural and cage free and all those other positive buzzwords people use to feel good about themselves but there are very few of us who still hunt for our food. These guys do. And they're not ashamed of it. Here's why.