Welcome to our resources section. All these articles are here to help educate and pass on knowledge.
There should be something for everyone! From a basic introduction to the sport and it’s disciplines and styles, through to the fine details on different types of bows, and all the arrows and their many tips and what you use them for. Looking for an association in your state? We’ve got you covered with this exhaustive list…
Do you know your crossbow basics? Your compound basics?
What’s better a recurve or longbow? A compound or a recurve? Want to know which is best at what when it comes to the crossbow vs the compound bow?
We’ve covered worldwide competitions, slang, tips on choosing draw weight, draw length, bow size, handedness and eye dominance. There’s also a large guide to shooting technique which covers everything from your hand grip to the mental aspects of shooting a bow.
Have a browse and let us know if there’s anything you think we’re missing.
So, which one is better? It depends on the situation you find yourself in. Are you using the bow for hunting, or solely for target shooting? Do you need to fire arrows at a great distance with great force, or rapidly at a shorter distance?
If you aren’t sure of the differences between acrossbow and a compound bow we outline facts, what each is best at!
How much weight you want to pull? We break it down by body type and weight to give you a good indication of the best draw weight for you.
Are you looking for other like-minded archers? Maybe a coach? Some local, state or national events or tournaments? We’ve compiled a list of all the archery associations we could find at both global, national level and for all 50 US states and you’ll find it here.
Tips and tricks to help you get the best from shooting your bow with proper archery form. From stance to follow-through all the steps explained.
If you’re taking a Hunter Safety course, you might well be faced with this question. There’s a quick answer and there are some things you should know.
If you aren’t sure of the differences between a traditional longbow vs a recurve we outline facts, what each is best used for, by whom, and for what reason!
Deciding on your first bow, your next bow? Want to join a club? Ready to hunt? Writing a project? Just plain curious???
What’s best? Recurve, compound or pistol? What’s the power stroke, what’s fpke mean? What accessories do you need?
Let-off, back wall, cam types, draw weights, IBO speeds, Axle to Axle, efficiency… confused? Let us explain.
An illustrated breakdown of a modern compound bow detailing all the different parts and what they do. Fundamental knowledge!
Choosing the ideal arrow is a common problem for any archer. The length of the arrow depends on your physical size, your flexibility, and your technique. The correct arrow spine can depend…
We’ve compiled a collection of useful resources and links for you. These range from the bodies and organization that govern archery all the way down to blogs and related sites we’ve come across that we like and think you might like too….
AMO, ATA, Takedown, Stacking, Riser, Nock, Peep? Don’t know what they mean? Take a look in here.
Hey you’ve just kissed-out a fat shafter from the cherry with your trad rig. Got that?
Why does arrow length matter and what size should you go for?
Our guide has explanations and tables of data to show you the best bow sizes for your physical height or your bow draw length (if you know it).
To get the right bow, you need to know your draw length, what is it and how do you find it easily? Here is our guide.
If you’re just starting out, you need to know what’s best for you. Don’t jump straight into the deep end, read this first.
Left or right handed bows, what’s the difference and which one do you need? This depends on your dominant eye and dominant hand.
You eye dominance, is it left-eye, right-eye, ambi-ocular? There are several easy ways to find out, an instinctive thought test being the quickest.
Of all archery competitions the Olympics and World Championships are the most prestigious. Here we take you through their distances, rules and divisions.
Arrows come in many different styles and varieties. We take you through the different styles and uses of arrow available to recurve and compound archers.
An illustrated epic list going through all the different types, classes, materials and styles of bows and crossbows available to archers and hunters.
Target, field, 3D, ski, run, para, flight, clout, mounted, tag… know what all these types of archery are? You will after reading this…
What is Archery? Our introduction goes from its origins through to modern day disciplines, religion, mythology. bow types and more…!