Archery Equipment Reviews
Newest Review: ... were £60 for 10 lessons and I thought I would start where I left off. Wrong! The first two shots I missed the Boss (Target) ... more
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Customer Archery Equipment Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/11/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
My Love for Archery I used first to do Archery when I was ten to thirteen years of age, using my brother's American flat bow and used to shoot bamboo cane arrows, from out of trees and even doing a bit of clout shooting in the field opposite. This is selecting a target (a flag or other arrow) and shooting from a distance and getting as close as I could to it. It is cheaper than buying an actual target boss or bale of straw. This of course wasn't serious stuff as I didn't enter a club for competitions. I then went on to play soccer and never picked up a bow again until I was 54 years old (Two years ago now); when I saw an advertisement in the local paper for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/06 (Useful, 123 readings)
After reading the Review from baldeagle about Archery Equipment felt that i wanted to have my say about the sport. i have been doing archery now for 5 years roughly and and member of a club and also work at my closest archery store. i think that the sport is amazing and there is a lot of pleasure with family and freinds doing this sport wether in a club or at home in the garden (has to be a big one!). i started in the scouts and wanted to see how far i could go so i found a local club and went for a taster day where i was shown how to shoot with a sight and some proper shooting techniques. after that i went back to join the club after doing an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/00, updated on 25/09/00 (Very useful, 1636 readings)
Having been unable to resist trying my hand at archery at every outdoor event I go to - usually at a cost of five arrows for a quid - I actually went out and bought a bow and some arrows this weekend. After a quick search on the net via google.com, I found a relatively local supplier midway between Wolverhampton and Cannock - bowsports.com. After a period of confusion, I discovered that there are two types of bows - the recurve, which is simple and effective, or the compound, which is very effective but more complex in design and structure. Being of the simple but effective type myself, I went for the recurve, and after a very lengthy measuring up job, ... Read the complete review
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