Archery | Astra Shot Trainer Review
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Archery | Astra Shot Trainer Review

Practising on the range is awesome but if you are serious about becoming a better archer you need to keep that routine up when you are at home. I personally do a lot of holding exercises with the bow but that is only half the shot process. Incidentally, my own weaknesses come in the back […]

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Archery | Fundamentals First

This video is intended to be an extension to a response I made to a practice video uploaded by PC Genie. This is not in any way meant to call out PC Genie – he hasn’t done anything wrong. However, I’ve seen many people make this mistake when doing practice videos and assessments, and it […]

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Archery | Arrow Nocks – Correct Size
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Archery | Arrow Nocks – Correct Size

One of the really small things that can be overlooked in archery. And I do mean literally small It’s the size of your nocks. Now for most people, this won’t really matter. But it does matter. As most of you know by now, when you nock the arrow it clips on to the string and […]

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Archery | Using the Clicker
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Archery | Using the Clicker

This is the clicker. It clicks. The clicker is a strip of aluminium or carbon, that sticks out from the riser like this, and it goes over the arrow like this. Now, a lot of new guys ask, does this thing help keep the arrow in place? And the answer is, well, no it doesn’t. […]

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Archery Annoyances #14 – “Watch the Pros”
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Archery Annoyances #14 – “Watch the Pros”

(music playing) With archery becoming an increasingly popular sport, more and more people are buying bows and teaching themselves how to shoot. Although the predominant recommendation is to go to a club and take lessons. It isn’t an option for many people. And some people just don’t want to mess around with the club scene. […]

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Archery practice – The point on distance
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Archery practice – The point on distance

Hi! When we are talking about hunting with traditional gear there is one thing I think many archers dont do and thats to practice on their point on distance I´m doing it often my self shooting at my point on, because for me it´s the most stressing moment because the tip of my arrow is […]

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Archery | Target Butt – Block Classic 18 Review
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Archery | Target Butt – Block Classic 18 Review

For many people, shooting at a range isn’t a viable option. Although, others prefer to have something to shoot at in their own backyard. Some people build their own targets, otherwise, there are commercially available target blocks blocks that can bought in store and online. This one is the Block Classic 18. I bought this […]

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Archery Annoyances #12 – Archer Rage
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Archery Annoyances #12 – Archer Rage

(music playing) Here’s something you can probably all relate to. You turn up at the range, and do your first shots. The arrows are touching. Your release feels good, all is going well. Then you get that one arrow, that doesn’t want to group. You shrug it off, you shoot another round. Then it’s two […]

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