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… Read More »

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… Read More »

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… Read More »

Kinetic Mirage Compound Bow Starter Kit

Well after a couple of years of toying about buying a compound bow, I actually went and did it. I watched a couple of videos on YouTube about the Kinetic Mirage bow and it seemed OK. I didn’t want anything second hand as I knew nothing about compound bows. I didn’t want anything too expensive,… Read More »

Fletching Arrows with a Decut Nexus Jig

Previously I had learnt how to add arrow wraps and spin wings, but for some reason fletching arrows with feather or plastic vanes scared me. I think it was just about how to use a fletching jig. I borrowed a Decut Nexus Jig from a friend and instantly thought it was well made and looked… Read More »

Parkfield Archers End of Season Shoot

On Sunday 1st October 2017, the day after the CAA shoot a few of us attended the Parkfield Archers end of season handicap shoot. Mike W, Rob, Mel, Ian C, and myself journeyed just down the road from Ely to Parkfield Archers at Wimblington to take part in their end of season handicap shoot. Parkfield… Read More »

CAA End of Season Handicap Shoot 2017

On Saturday 30th September 2017, I attended the CAA end of season handicap shoot in Cambridge. The shoot was totally free to attend and open to just Cambridgeshire based clubs. The rounds available were Long Metric rounds. I decided to shoot a Long Metric I which is 70m and 60m. This was the first time… Read More »

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