If buying real estate can be summed with location, location, location then buying a compound bow can be summed as fit, fit, fit. A poorly fitted bow causes shooting form errors which mean poor accuracy and an unhappy archer. Only buy a bow of proper fit, anything else will waste your time and money. Not sure how to fit your bow? This guide will show you.

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Lors de la réception de son nouvel arc, la joie et l’impatience de tester son nouveau matériel conduise à se dire que les réglages passeront au second plan et qu’on verra cela plus tard. Ensuite le début de la saison de chasse approche et on se retrouve vite au pied du mur. Voici quelques conseils pour partir du bon pied dès qu’on découvre son précieux arc.

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Time for an update on the Legend Archery Bow Case.

I've been carrying two bows around in it for right at a year now. I've taken it to shoots, the range, the shop and most recently work every day. Both mine and my wife's bows have been stored in it nearly every day since getting it. I can honestly say this bow case is worth every penny Lancaster Archery Supply sales them for. It has plenty of storage. I believe I have a little over 2 dozen arrows, hip quiver, bino's, 20" and 10" stabs, extra rest's and releases and a 300' tape measure stored in it. It still has plenty of room left for more stuff. It has been a great case to say the least.

 

 

 

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The earliest people known to have used bows and arrows were the ancient Egyptians, who began using the tools at least 5,000 years ago for hunting and warfare purposes. Archery probably dates to the Stone Age, around 20,000 years ago. 
An enormous resurgence in the interest in archery has taken place in modern times. Much of the credit is given to Fred Bear, one of the world’s great archers. Modern bow hunting seasons began in the United States after WWII. The archery industry has grown by leaps and bounds, especially after the introduction of compound bows and crossbows for hunting purposes.

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Internet sensation “Dude Perfect” has done it again.

Known for posting ridiculous basketball trick shot videos, the Texas-based collaborative dropped the balls and picked up the bows for their latest offering.

 

 

 

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The silver screen is full of them: Bows and arrows slung across the backs of heroes and heroines. Think of Hawkeye in "The Avengers," Legolas in "The Lord of the Rings," Merida in "Brave" or Katniss in "The Hunger Games." 

Recently, the weapon that predates recorded history has made inroads into 21st Century schools, where archery has become one of the most popular activities.

Today, the National Archery in Schools Program includes 12,000 schools in five countries — or about 1 million youths. Among them: Sarcoxie, Carl Junction and Joplin.

'I was hooked'

 

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As an archer or bowhunter, you know how important it is to be accurate to be able to hit the bull’s eye. If you are not able to do it well, you will not be able to reach your target. 

 

1.     Tuning

If a bow is out of tune, then there will be problems with its accuracy. There are two things to consider when tuning a bow: timing and center-shot alignment. Improving both of these factors will improve a bow's accuracy.

 

 

 

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Accuracy is of paramount importance in archery. And achieving that precision with an instinctive shot would mean that you’re either the golden child of this game or a champion refined by the rigorous practices this sport demands.  Sadly though, not everyone is cut out to be any one of the aforementioned, so the majority of us usually resort to sights.

 

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