Getting Started - My Archery Corner - Part 11

Getting Started

May 21

Archery Safety Equipment – Keep Others Safe, Too

By Moritz

Safety First

I have already shown you how to protect yourself in my post about protective archery gear. There I talked about finger tabs, arm guards, and chest guards. Now it is time to protect others, too. Especially when you shoot at home, there are certain things you have to pay attention to. There is archery safety equipment […]

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May 18

How To Aim With A Bow – Aim With Archery Sights

By Moritz

In my first post about “how to aim with a bow“, I talked about instinctive archery. The technique where you don’t really aim, but just get a feeling for where the arrow will fly. This required a lot of patience and training. Now I want to let you know another way of aiming. This time […]

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May 14

The Best Recurve Bow For Beginners

By Moritz

I have put together information for you about the different bow types and their characteristics. Now, it is time to get a bit more into detail. In this article, I want to focus on what would be the best recurve bow for beginners. To say “The Best” is maybe not the smartest thing to say, […]

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Apr 30

What Kind Of Protective Archery Gear Do I Need?

By Moritz

Protecting yourself and others is something you should do right from the start. The bow is a dangerous weapon which must not be underestimated. There are certain areas of your body that have a higher chance of injuries if you don’t protect them. Those are your fingers, your arm, and your chest (if you are a […]

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