Archery Competitions

Here is a list of the more local to me archery competitions coming up this year and possibly next year. These are going to cover the Eastern side of England. More competitions More »

Archery Classification Charts

Here are a selection of the Archery GB classification charts. These are split into indoor and outdoor as well for different bow types including compound and recurve as well as gents and More »

Archery Videos

I wanted to create a number of archery videos to demonstrate various archery topics from archery basics, tips and tricks, book reviews and archery equipment reviews etc. Sometimes a video is easier More »

 

Archery Fundamentals Book Review

Archery Fundamentals by Teresa Johnson This review is of the second edition of Archery Fundamentals. This book contains around 150 pages of a good sized text font – so is easy to read but with only black and white images. Archery Fundamentals contains 12 chapters. These are bows, arrows, accessories, shooting recurve, shooting compound, alignment,

Archery Steps to Success Book Review

Archery Steps to Success by Kathleen Haywood and Catherine Lewis There are around 240 pages in this slightly larger sized book with a glossary in the rear of the book. This review is based on the 4th edition. Lots of images in full colour make this book easy to read and very clear for the

Archery – The Art of Repetition Book Review

Archery – The Art of Repetition by Simon Needham from Crowood Press Archery – The Art of Repetition is quite an old book now that was published originally in 2006, the version I have was printed in 2016. But it is a very well known book and a lot of archers know of it or

Precision Archery Book Review

Precision Archery by Steve Ruis and Claudia Stevenson The Precision Archery book has over 180 pages and on those is quite a large font, which is quite nice as it’s easy to read. Precision Archery has 14 chapters which cover most aspects of archery in all forms from target to field etc. Within Precision Archery

Archery Shooting Glasses – Archery Sunglasses by Bolle

If you are like me when I am shooting outside, I can’t stand squinting at the target or having the wind blow in my face too much. So how can I solve this without spending hundreds of pounds on Pilla archery sunglasses. I wouldn’t mind trying some Pilla glasses but I don’t want to spend

How to Shoot Further with your Recurve Bow

Finding it difficult to reach those longer outdoor distances with a recurve style bow? Well there are things you can do without spending a fortune on new limbs and new arrows. Let’s have a look at what you can change on your bow to shoot further. Sight Marks If you have a sight move your

Using Fibre Optics in Archery Sights

I’ve had my Decut Twant sight for a while now. I ordered the larger diameter sight pin the 1mm. They also come in 0.5 and 0.75mm sizes. Mine came with 2 spare fibre optic pins with another one installed. My pins were the red ones, although now I see in a lot of images online

Avalon Tec X Adjustable Duo V Bar

This is a short review of the Avalon Tec X Adjustable Duo V Bar. The Kinetic Mirage compound starter kit only came with an Avalon Tyro long rod for stabilisation. You see a lot of compound archers using either dual short rods or a single short rod angled down coming from the bow. A lot