How to Shoot a Bow & Arrow: Beginner’s Archery : Understanding the Pin Sight in Archery
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How to Shoot a Bow & Arrow: Beginner’s Archery : Understanding the Pin Sight in Archery

August 14, 2019


Hi, my name is Charlie Labarda. I’m here with
Expert Village, to talk about beginning archery. At this moment, I’m going to explain to you
about the pin sight, and how the yards work. You notice; there is one, two, three, four,
five pins. They are all toward different yards. One is twenty yard, the second one is thirty
yard, the next one is forty, the next one is fifty, and the very last one is sixty.
I have this site set for those yards, and the distance. You notice the colors are different.
One’s green, orange, green, orange. Some sights will come with red, green, orange, or yellow.
There is many different types of sights, and this is one of the sights. You notice, there
is a level at the bottom of the sight; to level your bow, so your arrow and your bow
are level. We look through that, and you notice there’s a line across, up and down, to set
up my sight that I might look at my target.

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