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THE ARCHER’S POST

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

How To Buy Your First Archery Set

How To Buy Your First Archery Set

Archery sets are an easy purchasing option for absolute beginners who want to quickly start with the sport of archery. While some archers find it difficult to acquire the right archery equipment, others find exactly what they need to get them started. Finding your...

How To Aim A Compound Bow Correctly

How To Aim A Compound Bow Correctly

Correctly learning how to aim a compound bow is a must for beginner archers. Many new archers choose to shoot a compound bow for the following reasons – they're more accurate and powerful when shooting from far distances, they don't require a lot of physical strength...

Back Tension Done Right

Back Tension Done Right

Back tension is a technique used by many archers to shoot with improved accuracy. Back muscles are the main group of muscles archers use to hold at full draw, making it essential for new archers to understand the importance of properly using these muscles when...

Why You Need A Back Tension Release

Why You Need A Back Tension Release

A back tension release, aka a hinge release, is a popular solution for archers who experience any level of target panic. Hinge releases are one of the more common tools archers use to address a loss of control when shooting, whether it’s for practice, competition, or...

11 Archery Practice Drills For Precision

11 Archery Practice Drills For Precision

Be sure not to underestimate the importance of archery practice. As a new archer, finding and focusing on how to improve your weak areas allows you to shoot at your very best. There are many archery practice drills, so you'll need to choose one or more to properly...

Fun With Flu Flu Arrows And Aerial Archery

Fun With Flu Flu Arrows And Aerial Archery

Imagine how much fun it’ll be to shoot arrows in the air! Flu flu arrows are a type of arrow that’s specifically designed to shoot at aerial targets, as they only fly a short distance. This style of shooting requires shooters to predict the path of the arrow due to...

Types Of Archery Targets

Types Of Archery Targets

Every archer needs a target for practice. Since you’ll need to choose from one of the many different types of archery targets available these days, understanding which one works for you is your next step. As a beginner, you need to learn about all the different types...

4 Steps To Proper Bow Hand Grip

4 Steps To Proper Bow Hand Grip

Improper bow hand grip is very common. This means archers, especially those who are new to the sport, need to learn how to grip a bow the right way. Learning how to hold a bow correctly is essential to how well you shoot. It’s important to understand that your...

The Complete Guide To Archery Peep Sights

The Complete Guide To Archery Peep Sights

Have you ever heard of archery peep sights and what they can do for your shooting? Your choice of a peep sight directly impacts your shooting accuracy, as well as your shooting consistency. As a beginner archer, you'll need to educate yourself to ensure you choose...

How To Avoid Bow String Slap

How To Avoid Bow String Slap

Have you ever experienced bow string slap? As a beginner archer, it’s important for you to learn how to prevent injury while engaging in the sport of archery. Even though archery is one of the safest sports you can choose to enjoy, injuries do still occur. If you...

ILF Bows: The Recurve Take-Down Standard

ILF Bows: The Recurve Take-Down Standard

Interested in learning about ILF bows aka the Hoyt Dovetail System (HDS)? As a beginner archer, it’s important to for you learn everything there is to know about archery bows before making a final purchasing decision. Only after you understand your bow choices are you...

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