Cutting Arrows with the Decut POCUT Arrow Cutter

About a year after reviewing and unboxing the Decut PCOCUT arrow cutter I have finally had the chance to use it. I had some older Easton ACC arrows that needed cutting down. I’d use these arrows when coming up my recurve poundage and at the time wasn’t using a clicker, so they were too long… Read More »

BOWdometer App v2.0.2 New Features Review

In early April 2021 BOWdometer released the second edition of their app. The first edition although good was simple and straight forward, but the new version certainly looks a lot better and is graphically pleasing. What’s New? A new home screen with a shot goal that you can set for yourself. New avatars. A graph… Read More »

BOWdometer vs Mantis X8 Archery Technology

So many times, I have heard people comparing the Mantis X8 to the BOWdometer. But I cannot see how that is possible as they are two totally different archery pieces of technology. The BOWdometer predominantly counts your shots and scores your shot and provides that to you in a single number between 0 and 100.… Read More »

Mybo Synergy Star Archery Limbs Review

After having a tennis elbow pain in my bow arm, and it taking ages to heal (about 10 weeks) I decided to go back to a lower poundage limb in order to work my self back to my 38lb Hoyt limbs. I had bought Mybo products before including long rods, short rods, arrow rests etc.… Read More »

BOWdometer Unboxing. What do you get?

I was really happy to partner with BOWdometer and become one of their ambassadors. The great thing about being a BOWdometer ambassador is of course getting a BOWdometer for free, but actually learning about what it can do and how great the company who manufacture it are. BOWdometer Unboxing If you purchase the BOWdometer yourself… Read More »

Avalon Archery Tec X Quiver Pouch Review

Archery pouches have been around for a while now. They are very popular with compound archers, but since the take up of field quivers by recurve archers, recurve archers have also started to use pouches as well. This is mainly down to the lack of pocket space in a field quiver which is a lot… Read More »

How to Add Mini Wraps to Arrows

Mini wraps are small wraps that you can add to arrows that may have your name and arrow numbers on them together with perhaps a flag or logo. You can heavily customise your mini wraps to your tastes to match you set up or arrows. They also don’t cost too much and when ordering you… Read More »

How To Build Arrows – Points, Nocks and Vanes

Arrow Shaft Lengths Before preparing any arrows we need to have the shaft at the correct length, as most arrows are cut from the front, so we need to cut them before adding points. When ordering your arrows archery retailers will cut them to your specification. Or you can purchase arrow shafts at stock lengths… Read More »

How to Wax a Bow String on your Archery Bow

Learning how to wax your bow string is quite a simple and easy task to complete. You just need to remember to do it. Why wax your bow string? Well we want to keep the water out on a rainy day and keep it waterproof, which is what the bow wax will do, otherwise the… Read More »