Jeff Making a Mouth Tab
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Jeff Making a Mouth Tab

I’m Jeff Fabry, four-time Paralympic archer for Team USA, and what we’re going to do here, we’re going to build the mouthtab that I prefer to shoot. We’re going to need a nylon dog leash, an upholstery needle, clamps, scissors and a lighter. The first thing we need to do, we need to figure out […]

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Archery | Arrow Length
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Archery | Arrow Length

Hey guys, this is NuSensei. Today I want to cover a very frequently asked question about arrows, and that is: “How long should your arrows be?” There is a very short and straightforward answer. The rule of thumb is that you take your draw-length and you add one to two inches, or one and a […]

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Shot sequence September 2011
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Shot sequence September 2011

Approach the line directly opposite the target. Set the feet and get comfortable. Nock the arrow… ..set the release in the loop.. ..and the hand into the grip. Look up towards the target. and set the posture. Raise the bow arm. pause… and draw-back smoothly. Set the draw hand position… check the bubble is level.. […]

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Archery Annoyances #16 – Draw Weight Egos
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Archery Annoyances #16 – Draw Weight Egos

As you probably know I’ve done several videos covering the topic of draw weight and what is considered to be a safe and acceptable draw weight for people young and old. However, there is an obnoxious phenomenon that keeps on popping up. LOL 15 years old and 50lb bow I know a guy who is […]

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