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Welcome to The Archer’s Post, a chronological archive of archery tips, industry news, announcements, and special promotions.

How To Successfully Buy A Used Bow

How To Successfully Buy A Used Bow

Whether you’re brand new to archery or just looking to upgrade your equipment, you don’t need to buy a brand new bow. In fact, buying a quality used bow is a great way to get started! When buying a bow that's already been in play, your goal is to find a quality bow at...

Easy DIY Archery Targets That Work

Easy DIY Archery Targets That Work

As a new archer, you may be wondering if you should purchase your archery targets or create your own DIY archery targets. While there's a lot to consider when choosing a new or DIY archery target, quality and cost tend to be the most important factors. It’s best to...

Getting Started With Compound Archery

Getting Started With Compound Archery

Deciding whether compound archery or traditional archery is the right choice for you can be a difficult question. If you happen to have a passion for precision marksmanship and enjoy the challenge of shooting accurately, then compound archery may be right for you....

Best Archery Bow Wood

Best Archery Bow Wood

There are many options available when it comes to archery bow wood. Some wood types make great bows, others are less than ideal. Each archery bow wood comes with its own advantages and disadvantages so you must first understand the details of each wood type. Once you...

The Beginners Guide To Broadheads

The Beginners Guide To Broadheads

Whether you're brand new to the sport of archery or have some experience under your belt, most archers choose an archery discipline to focus on. Bow hunting is one of the most popular choices, which requires the use of broadheads. As an archer you're likely choosing...

Longbow vs. Recurve: Here’s The Difference

Longbow vs. Recurve: Here’s The Difference

Many new archers are unsure about the difference between a longbow vs recurve. This is why you must learn about longbows and recurves before purchasing your first bow. Many new archers decide to take the traditional archery route as it offers a simple yet challenging...

How To Bare Shaft Tune Your Bow

How To Bare Shaft Tune Your Bow

New archers often experience problems with arrow flight. Since every archer wants to shoot consistently accurately, one of the things they must learn is how to bare shaft tune their bow. Correcting flight issues by knowing how to tune is necessary, as the process...

How To Choose The Right Bow Case

How To Choose The Right Bow Case

Selecting the right bow case for your specific situation is an important decision as an archer. Bow cases are specifically designed to protect your bow from damage. They're also used to protect arrows and other pieces of archery gear, like tools, sights, stabilizers...

Learn How To Set Your Nock Point

Learn How To Set Your Nock Point

As a new archer, you’ll likely hear something about setting your nock point. Finding and setting your nock point location is a very important part of the tuning process. Every archer's goal is to shoot with consistency. Since your nocking point plays a large role in...

12 Archery Tips For The New Archer

12 Archery Tips For The New Archer

Archery isn’t a difficult sport to learn, but it does take time to master. As a new archer, there are a number archery tips available that you should take advantage of. When you do you'll not only save time mastering the sport, you'll ensure you’re learning how to...

15 Archery Games Worth A Shot

15 Archery Games Worth A Shot

Many new archers decide to participate in archery because of the fun and challenging aspect of the sport. If archery games were a factor in your decision to shoot archery, then you're in for a treat! Challenging archery activities not only make for a day of fun with...

Recurve vs Compound Bow: Which Is Best For You

Recurve vs Compound Bow: Which Is Best For You

Many new archers are uncertain about which type of bow is right for them. First, you must understand the difference between a recurve vs compound bow before making a final decision. The distinctions between these two bow types will help you find out which type of bow...

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