Archery Equipment Beginners Guide
Learn about using archery equipment such as compound and recurve bows, sights and scopes, bow strings, and arrow cut off saws, in this free archery equipment and supplies video series.
The first known bow and arrow were fashioned around the 10th Century B.C. in Germany. The arrow shafts were crafted out of wood and held flint arrowheads at the tips. Similarly the bows were created from wood and were curved more than later bows such as the English long bow. Bow and arrows were used to hunt large game as well as small game such as birds, with various tips for different animals. Native American Indians used woven targets to practice their archery skill for bow hunting. Today there are many bow designs that are carefully engineered out of a variety of materials to decrease weight, improve balance, and increase accuracy. An archer must be aware of the different facets of the bow and archery equipment that can be used to enhance or repair that bow or arrow. A plethora of archery supplies and equipment exists such as sights and scopes, and various types of string for the bow. If you would like to learn about archery equipment and the importance of archery supplies, then learn from one of our experts for free online.
In this free online video series, learn about archery equipment and supplies from an expert archer. Learn about using compound versus recurve bows, using aluminum versus carbon arrows, using sights and scopes on your bow, using bow stabilizers, arrow rests, and arrow cut off saws.
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