This is our new side quiver Proline3. We just completed a production in our factory. Tomorrow they will be on their way to a few lucky retailers.
Bow hunting ethics is a topic that comes up often. There seems to be quite a controversy over the topic. You can say, "it is and it isn't." It's like asking are handguns in the hands of citizens safe ? They are and they aren't. It depends on whose hands they are in. It is the same with the question, "Is bowhunting ethical?" It depends on whose hands the bow is in.
Being successful at archery requires the ability to focus and block out distraction as you prepare for your shot. However, proper mental skills won't help you if your muscles aren't strong enough to pull back the bow. Stronger archery muscles allow you to use a more powerful bow, which means you can shoot arrows farther and with more punch. Archery engages your back and shoulders as much as your arms, so work your entire upper body to strengthen the muscles you need for archery.
The sport of Archery depends on caring, capable coaches who introduce the sport to young archers. In the United States, archery coaches and instructors are certified under a single regulating body, USA Archery. The USA Archery certification program prepares coaches to help athletes successfully and safely develop their skills and abilities as they progress in competition. Instructors who possess a certification have been trained and tested in archery skills and safety, and is an important credential for professional or semi-pro coaches to market their service. There are 5 tiers of archery instructor certifications, as follows:
An archery arm guard can provide you extra safety and support in your shooting. This no small detail when you consider it is the little things that usually make the difference in great shooting and okay results. Therefore, finding an archery arm guard that is right for you is worth some serious consideration. We have put together this list of tips to help save your some time in your research :