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I learned more here than on my beginners course. Please find the time to complete this resource. Thanks in advance
I was told that by switching over to a left dominate bow I would be able to eliminate the random shots I was always getting. So I made the switch. I'm
Love the tips you have here and I'm looking forward to putting them into practice once I get my bow finished.
I am not getting this. If I am, right hand dominant, but, have a dominant left eye, am I drawing the arrow back with my left or right hand?
My height and my arm span are identical (5'10).
This is a great test and I had not realized before that one eye or the other would effect my aim.
Hello, in your Recommended Proper Draw Weight charts you list a draw weight of 16-26 pounds for an adult woman under Beginner Recurve Bows but you do not
It is quite difficult to find so simple and useful information all together... So finally I'll have my proper bow coming. based on your tips my right
Hi, I am a 24 year old male, and I used to shoot when I was younger, but stopped after I became a long distance runner. I am strongly right handed but
Hello - I was looking into a Hoyt hunting recurve bow. They only come in two sizes, 60 and 62 for overall bow length. I have a 26.4 draw length so according
Dear all, I'm interested in trying out archery, and more specifically with the Recurve bow. This for indoors target archery, with eventually some competition
Hi, I used to dabble in archery when I was younger and I am looking to rekindle this (I am 24 now). I have gone through and read all the articles on
I've determined that I need a 68-70 bow, but I'm having trouble finding a good selection of inexpensive starter recurve bows in that length. I'm not looking
Hi, I am a 48 years old man. My height is 184 cm and my weight is 80kg. I have a 25 inch Hoyt HPX bow riser, with 38lbs long size Hoyt F7 limbs. My draw
THANK YOU! I haven't been an archer since college...too long ago to calculate...but truly enjoyed it. I'd forgotten more than I remembered and really appreciate
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