4 Ways You Can Prevent Archery Overtraining Injuries

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Archery is generally accepted to be one of the safest sports around. According to studies done by the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System, or NEISS, archery is somewhat less dangerous than golf or fishing, yet slightly more dangerous than bowling and scuba diving. However, for serious athletes and competitive archers, over training poses a serious threat to your abil...
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Hunting for Food and Crop Retention

Hunting has been a way of life for decades as many families even in the 40's and 50's mainstay for meat was hunting, whether it was large or small game. Now I realize at this time I am only speaking of a small area in the United States, namely, Pennsylvania. Deer and bear are predators on the winter wheat and buckwheat crops that were planted in the fall and harvested in the...
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Hunting Supplies You Need For Your Expedition

Hunting is hard work and it requires tools which are able to help you achieve your hunt. Hunting has been done for ages and even the early men used tools and tactics to enable them hunt for food. They did not have the modern tools and apparel that we have now, but they were strategic and smart. What made up for their lack of modern tools, they compensated it with skills and str...
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How to Make a Bow and Arrow

Modern-day Robin Hood wannabes or those who want to experience what it's like to be a hunter in the wilds may feel that using modern archery sets may not have that "authentic" feel that they're going for. Fortunately, it is possible for one to learn how to make a bow and arrow just a good as those used by the archers of yore. For the bow, one must use a piece of deadwood wit...
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How to Make Wooden Bow and Arrows

You can try your hand at making a bow and arrow then. If hunting and archery are your favorite hobbies, make your very own bows and arrows and impress your friends and family. So, let us get started. Pick a perfect piece of deadwood. If you fail to find one, you can use oak, teak, black locust, hazel, yew and elm as well. For a well-built bow, you would require a one-inch th...
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Archery Is Fun For Sportsmen

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Historically, bowmen have often been associated with hunters in many different cultures around the world. Nowadays, with a few exceptions, most people have adopted bow hunting as a hobby, instead of a subsistence practice. In the United States, several hunting outfitters offer the option to hunt with a bow and arrows. Before embarking on such an adventure, it's essential that y...
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Advantages of Archery Research Bows

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The bow is the most basic equipment you need to pursue archery. Choosing the best in the market may be hard and sometimes you have to rely on product reviews or expert opinions before you finally decide on a specific brand. Archery Research Bows are known for their modern designs, accuracy and durability. One of their most popular bows is the velocity. It claims to be the most ...
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Bow Hunting and Equipment

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Compound bow hunting is among the most fun and exciting activities suited for those who want to experience thrill and at the same time show their hunting skills. This is a practice of hunting different animal games by archery. If you are one of the many bow hunters, you are probably aware of different gear and equipment essential for making this activity worth another try. It's...
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Indian Hunting Bows And Arrows

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Recently, I was sitting in a doctor's office waiting to be seen and so I sorted through the magazines, found one on hunting, and leafed through it. I came across a section describing the latest and greatest hunting gear hitting the market including bows, arrows and other archery accessories. The bows' prices ranged from a low of $749 to a high of $1,600. As I read through descr...
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The Beginner’s Guide to Traditional Archery

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Why shoot traditional? Why would you choose a simple stick bow over today's shiny, technologically advanced compound monsters? While it is true that modern advances have made archery more beginner friendly, the traditional longbow remains potent, lighting fast, and great fun. Modern advances have reduced the need for archers to have perfect form and complete control over th...
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