Archery Bows

Best Re-curve bows in 2021

The Best Recurve Bows in 2020 (Best For Beginners, Best For Advanced Archers and Best For Hunting and Target Shooting) [Updated on 1 June 2020] The origin of the first recurve bow is still unclear.  Some think they originated from Asia while others say they were invented in the Middle East.  Others believe the Egyptians were the first to make recurve bows. That aside, the bow is a compact style specifically designed for hunting and archery.  They tend to be more advanced than the longbows that the western cultures preferred. They are more accurate due to the curve of the limbs. The limbs move away from the user, letting more tension to be propelled in the bow for more force when the archer unleashes the arrow. With more power on the bowstrings, the arrow will go faster and further when released.   There are several options for re-curve bows in the…

How Heavy is a Traditional Bow

[Updated on 1 June 2020] If you look at a traditional bow, it doesn’t seem all that heavy. It doesn’t have a lot of moving parts and its profile is pretty thin. Anything can get heavy if you have to carry it over long periods of use. Whether you are using your traditional bow for hunting or competition, it will start to wear on your arm and make aiming a literal and figurative pain. How heavy is a traditional bow that it could have this effect? It is important to note when you are researching traditional bow weight that there is a difference between physical weight and draw weight. Draw weight is the power behind the bow and reaches upwards of sixty pounds in some cases.  Bows will rarely reach the six to seven-pound range, and if they do, they most likely have additional accessories for specific uses.  How Much…

Best Longbow For Archers

[Updated on 1 June 2020] There is something very special about shooting longbows. The thrills of instinctive shooting and getting accustomed to the archer’s paradox are effortless with Longbow. The 8 Best Longbows for Archers Best Crossbow For Young Archers Best Recurve Bows For Beginners (Reviews + Buying Guide)

Best Bow Sights

Best bow sights and the main differences to know before buying [Updated on 1 June 2020] For a successful bow hunt, you must have the right bow skills and equipment. These skills include knowing how to aim, draw the line, and successfully firing at your target.  Equipment includes a good bow, arrows, and a best bow sights. These skills and equipment all need to be in sync, in both your body and mind, for the best outcomes. A proper sight will help you with a successful hunt. A modern-day bow is designed to shoot flat for a couple of yards. This is why bow sights are better than doing guesswork when aiming a target with your eyes only. You will have improved accuracy when you look through the pins in a sight, even at different ranges. This is the most effective way to reduce human error when hunting with a…

What’s the best crossbow for young Archers?

[Updated on 1 June 2020] Are you a young archer? Are you looking for the best crossbow to learn and practice with? You are in the right place. In this review, we will only cover the finest crossbows in the market. A crossbow that shoots like lightning and is light in your hand is the best choice if you are starting or upgrading. Sometimes, finding the best crossbow is challenging, especially a unique, hand-picked model. But if you land on the right one, it will be a turning point. This kind of crossbow can open doors to an exciting hobby, and provide a reason to spend more time in the wild. A crossbow is a powerful tool with a value-added sight range that cannot be compared to any ordinary bow and arrow. After learning more about crossbows, you will fall in love with them. Even though crossbows were invented back…

Best Recurve Bows For Beginners (Reviews + Buying Guide)

[Updated on 1 June 2020] Choosing the right recurve bow may seem intimidating or overwhelming, but the task is much simpler than you imagine. Finding the right bow as a beginner will help you advance from one level of archery to the next without quitting in frustration. One way to simplify your search for the best recurve bows for beginners is by purchasing an easy recurve bow, depending on its features and specs. However, we have already taken the time and researched different beginner bow available in the market so you don’t have to. You can use the extra time to hone your archery skills. Our focus in the search was on features preferred by beginners such as accuracy, durability, and comfort. We will also be looking at the price of each bow. Features to look for in a Recurve Here are the features you should be looking for when…

Barebow

[Updated on 1 June 2020] One such sport which has helped me in building my character and has created my interest in sports is the sport about which I am going to tell you in this post, and that is Barebow Archery. Before talking about Barebow Archery, in particular, I would like you to explain what is Archery? So Archery is a skill of using a bow to shoot arrows. Similarly, Barebow Archery is also a skill of doing the same but in a slightly different way. It is a modern form of archery that has no stabilizer, no markings or anything else to help you aim. As the name suggests, a barebow is used in barebow archery. A barebow is a shafted bow with no curve at the extension of it, because of this the bow has to be very long in order to be in great power. EVOLUTION…

Beginners Bow Setup

[Updated on 1 June 2020] Things required for Beginners Bow Setup BOW ASSEMBLY ATTACHING THE LIMBS Identify the upper and lower limbs. Slide the upper limb towards the grove on the riser until the holes on the limb and the riser align. Hand tighten the limb bolts. Do the same with the lower limb. ATTACHING THE BOW STRING Check the loops on both ends of the string. One loop should be larger than the other. Slide the larger loop over the upper limb past the string nock and affix the smaller loop onto the lower limb string nock. Flex the upper limb or use a bow stringer to slide the top loop towards the upper limb string nock. Check to make sure that the loops are secured to the string nocks. Tighten the limb bolts with an allen key. ATTACHING NOCK POINTS Use a bow square or a T-square to…

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