Bows in Games | CryMor feat. NUSensei
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Bows in Games | CryMor feat. NUSensei

[inaudible]. Those don’t always work in video games like they do in real life, but they’re always a lot of fun. The history of the bow and Arrow dates back over 70,000 years and it’s been used in pretty much every recorded war in conflict in history, although they’ve been useless frequently over the last […]

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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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Archery | Win & Win Wiawis A-1 Magnetic Quiver Review
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Archery | Win & Win Wiawis A-1 Magnetic Quiver Review

Hey guys, this is NUSensei. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the W&W Wiawis A-1 Quiver. W&W aren’t particularly known for their quivers, though their discontinued model was a luxurious and costly design. The Wiawis A-1 quiver still touches the higher end of the cost spectrum. What’s so special about this quiver? We’ll start […]

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Archery | Should I Unstring My Bow?
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Archery | Should I Unstring My Bow?

Here’s another very common question – should I unstring my bow when I’m not using it? This can be surprisingly confusing, because you may get conflicting advice, depending on your source, and there’s a reason for this. Many people want to leave their bow strong – it’s convenient if they use it frequently, some people […]

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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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Eye Dominance in Archery
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Eye Dominance in Archery

There’s a bit of confusion and debate about this. But it’s agreed that one of the most important things you have to know is your dominant eye. Dominance has a pretty big role in many sports and in life. If you play a form of football, then you need to know which of your legs […]

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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 | Scoring Errors
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Archery | Scoring Errors

[shhh-thunk] For those of you followed the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen, you may have come across one of the biggest upsets ever seen. There were some surprises, for example, the bottom seeded Ukrainian team actually won the championship, but the one I’m talking about was something much bigger and much more controversial. This was […]

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