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Postby kamala » Mon Sep 06, 2010 3:45 am

Some general tips and principles on archery? My younger brother he made a handcrafted "bow" toy out of a hanger; the string is a strip of some stretch fabric and the arrows are wooden skewers. He's obviously not practicing it as a sport but it seems he likes doing it. I'd appreciate some very general tips or principles on archery that can be applied even with his rudimentary bow. I've googled it but all the info I found was related to sport archers and professional bows we can't afford to buy.
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Re: archery

Postby Fuzzy Dog » Wed Sep 08, 2010 7:54 pm

Read the thread on this forum on how to execute a good shot. That should at least help you refine your questions somewhat.
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