As I carefully examined my new compound bow, a wave of uncertainty washed over me. I wondered, ‘How should I hang this in a way that’s both safe and elegant?’ Back in the day, there wasn’t much information on the internet, so I began experimenting. My initial attempts were far from perfect. The bow teetered […]
Absolutely, it’s entirely possible to shoot a left-handed bow if you’re right-handed and vice versa. In fact, it’s an adventure many of us archers would wanna try, simply because, well, why not? What’s life without a little experimentation? If you’re feeling curious or adventurous, I encourage you to give it a go during your practice
Yes, you can shoot wooden arrows with a compound bow but, it is not recommended and is actually a safety hazard. There is a risk of shattering or exploding of wooden arrows in certain conditions like inappropriate spine or damaged arrow. Although this is a low risk, if the arrow shatters, it can cause harm
After spending a respectable amount and getting your hands on your new compound bow, you might think how long might this thing last? It is a pretty valid question as compound bows are a kind of investment. So let me assure you that it might last longer than you would want to keep it if
So you have finally invested in a good compound bow, Now you can’t just leave it lying here and there. You have to maintain your equipment and save it from damage, especially from unwanted guests. A high-quality and complex tool like a compound bow has to be stored in safe spots so it is out
What if it is raining, You can still enjoy archery with your bow. You ask me how? Wouldn’t it get my bow wet? So what, a compound bow can get wet and deal with water without getting damaged. There are some minor concerns that I will guide you with, but for every beginner who asks
You might have seen archers holding a complex design, cool-looking bow and now you wonder why does it has a weird shape. why is it so complex looking? why are there so many strings? Basically, it’s a compound bow and it is a heavy-duty machine In this article, I will tell you about every detail
Buying a compound bow is not all that is needed to get started with archery, you have to tune your bow to get results. Compound bows are built to give an archer options so he can adjust them according to his style and get the most out of that bow. Bow tuning is the process
So you got your new top-of-the-line compound bow and now you must be thinking, all I need to do is to stretch the string and shoot to get the right shots. Well, you are correct if you know the right steps to hold the bow, position your body, visualize the shot, and release the string.
A lot of people think that they can pick up a compound bow and start shooting without learning how to properly aim. This simply isn’t the case. If you want accuracy in each shot, you need to take the time to learn how to aim with a compound bow. With a little practice, you’ll be
Imagine you are looking for the perfect compound bow to buy at the archery store and the assistant asks you your let-off percentage, or you are scrolling on an online store and find 75% let-off in the specifications section. Now you might wonder, “What’s let-off?” No worries, I’ll explain! I will first introduce you to
Are you thinking of buying a bow but are not sure how to choose a compound bow? Then I am here to help you with that job.