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In addition to helping users improve their archery skills, we share up-to-date product reviews, shooting strategies, hunting tips, and DIY plans - basically, anything you can think of to help our readers become the best archer they can be.

Our articles and tips have helped more than 300,000 readers to date.

During our research, we like to use sites like worldarchery.org, www.usarchery.org, and www.bowhunting.com to gather knowledge and help you find the most reliable and trustworthy information.

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Olympic Archery News 2020

The Olympic Archery Games are underway! The first day of the games was a massive success with many exciting events, but not everything went according to plan. Due to a forecasted typhoon on 27th July, some Olympic events have been rescheduled. Organizers have adjusted the Olympic archery competition schedule, reducing its length in light of predicted storm conditions on the peak day. Officially, the Morning session on Tuesday 27th July delayed to 12PM local time, and the afternoon session was canceled. The afternoon rounds of the first and second elimination matches will move to Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29th July. The finals in the women’s and men’s divisions are still on track for July 30-31. This is the first instance weather has forced an adjustment to the Olympic archery schedule. There was a one-hour delay in 2008 Beijing, but session cancellations have never been necessary. Source: https://worldarchery.sport/news/200385/olympic-archery-competition-schedule-adjusted-due-weather Other RelaSted Articles

Olympic Archery Games Schedule Adjustments Due to Weather

The Olympic Archery Games are underway! The first day of the games was a massive success with many exciting events, but not everything went according to plan. Due to a forecasted typhoon on 27th July, some Olympic events have been rescheduled. Organizers have adjusted the Olympic archery competition schedule, reducing its length in light of predicted storm conditions on the peak day. Officially, the Morning session on Tuesday 27th July was delayed to 12PM local time, and the afternoon session was canceled. The afternoon rounds of the first and second elimination matches will move to Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29th July. The finals in the women’s and men’s divisions are still on track for July 30-31. This is the first instance weather has forced an adjustment to the Olympic archery schedule. There was a one-hour delay in 2008 Beijing, but session cancellations have never been necessary

Archery Equipment: A Basic Guide

Archery is a sport that has been around for centuries. From Native American tribes to the Olympics, archers have always had a place on battlefields and competitions. It is a sport that requires the use of many different types of equipment. From bows to draw weights, there are a lot of pieces you need in order to shoot arrows and be accurate. In this blog post, we will discuss what archery equipment is necessary for shooting accurately and which items should be avoided at all costs. Bow There are four main types of bows– recurve, compound, and longbow, crossbow. The first bow to use is the recurve, which is easy to learn and comfortable for most beginners. Recurves are easier than other types of bows because they have a curved shape that tips away from the archer, allowing all angles of use on both right-handed and left-handed people. In addition,…

5 Different Types of Archery Targets for the Backyard

Archery has been a popular sport for centuries. The ancient Greeks and Romans used it as an efficient way to hunt their food, but it is also still very much a competitive sport in the modern era. One of the major problems with archery is that you need to find someone who will volunteer their property to be your target practice area. This can get expensive if you want to practice often! Luckily, there are many different types of targets for backyard use that allow you to hone your skills without having to worry about trespassing on another person’s land or paying them every time they let you come over! In this article, we’ll go over 5 different types we found that we highly recommend. The most important part of archery practice is accuracy. This means you need a sturdy target that can handle the abuse without ruining your arrows.…

DIY Target Stand

PIPES TO USE 4 pcs. of Zip Ties 8 pcs. of Y Coupling 6 pcs. of Elbow Fitting 4 pcs. of T Fitting STRAIGHT PIPE 1  25 inch PVC straight pipe (4pcs.) STRAIGHT PIPE 2  12 inch PVC straight pipe (2 pcs.) STRAIGHT PIPE 3  1 inch PVC straight pipe (10 pcs.) STRAIGHT PIPE 4  24 inch PVC straight pipe (2 pcs.) STRAIGHT PIPE 5  10 inch PVC straight pipe (2pcs.) STRAIGHT PIPE 6  12 inch PVC straight pipe (2pcs.) STRAIGHT PIPE 7  36 inch PVC straight pipe (2 pcs.) FRONT BASE 4 pieces of 25 inch PVC straight pipe 2 pieces of 12 inch PVC straight pipe 10 pieces of 1 inch PVC straight pipe (connectors) Start working on the front side of the base. After cutting all of the straight pipes, fit all of the pieces together without permanently fixing them all together. Make sure everything is square…

Best Hunting Chairs

Hunting season is just around the corner, and it’s time to start preparing for your hunting trip! You will need a backpack, some clothes, a tent – but most importantly you’ll need a chair. Hunting chairs are an essential piece of equipment for any avid hunter. They let you rest after hours spent walking in the woods and waiting quietly for hours while sitting on cold ground. In this article we will help educate you about these wonderful pieces of equipment by reviewing our top 8 favorite hunting chairs that have been tested by hunters all over the world! The 8 Best Hunting Chairs MARCHWAY Ultralight Folding Camping Chair Features If you want to pack light, this camping chair is a nice addition to your gear bag. It’s perfect for campers, hikers, backpackers and kayakers as well as tailgaters and concertgoers. Plus it doubles as nice furniture in the great…

How to Make a DIY Archery Target

[Updated on 1 June 2020] There are lots of archery targets on the market meant for different kinds of arrows. But if you do not have the time or budget to buy a target, you can shoot other things such as a hillside, a thick Styrofoam layer or straw bales. However, these may quickly wear out. Worse, your arrows can get damaged. One thing you can do is to make your own DIY archery target. It will just take a couple of hours to make and you will have a target that you can use for a long time. In essence, you just need to stuff a box with some packing materials. Below are the steps in making a DIY archery target. Look for a big cardboard box: How to make a DIY archery target The minimum size should be 30 cm or 12 inches thick so the arrows won’t go…

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