Paralympic Sports A-Z: Wheelchair Tennis
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Paralympic Sports A-Z: Wheelchair Tennis

Wheelchair Tennis is a technical and tactical sport, very similar to its Olympic counterpart and is played by athletes in more than 100 countries. The most significant difference to Olympic tennis is the ‘two-bounce rule”, whereby a player can allow the ball to bounce twice and must return it before a third bounce. The second […]

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Easton Compression Shirt & Hoyt Arm Warmer Sleeves
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Easton Compression Shirt & Hoyt Arm Warmer Sleeves

Summer is here down under, and for my latest archery purchase, I got compression clothing. What was I thinking… Down here in Melbourne, it’s always wise to have some winter clothing in your summer wardrobe. Recently, I posted a video about having comfortable shooting clothing, and mentioned compression clothing as an option. Merlin archery recently […]

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Naked Archery 101: Giant’s Head (DARK SOULS 3)
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Naked Archery 101: Giant’s Head (DARK SOULS 3)

First off… Equip a Bow and Arrow Take off all of your unneeded gear, and only equip attack boosting equipment (Flynn’s Ring, Carthus Milkring, Lloyd’s Sword Ring, etc) Aim… Shoot your arrows at your target while naked Dem headshots is obvs. where its at. That’s it. You’re finished. One last look at my equipment. Thanks […]

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Archery | Putting on Spin Wings
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Archery | Putting on Spin Wings

I’ve mentioned spin wing vanes before. Spinnies are curled, plastic vanes, stuck on in an offset configuration. They’re meant for thin arrows, such as X10’s and ACE’s. Their purpose is to put more spin on the arrow. I’ll let the info card do the talking – improved accuracy, stabilisation and arrow flight. Most people won’t […]

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Archery | Arrows – What’s The Difference?
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Archery | Arrows – What’s The Difference?

This is an arrow. This is an arrow. This is the Green Arrow. And this is the tip, insert, shaft, vane, and nock. Arrows have gone quite a ways since Robin Hood. With modern materials and more customization options, getting the right arrow isn’t as easy as it looks. Buying arrows is often the first […]

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