What is ASA in Archery?

If you are interested in archery and 3D archery, in particular, you’ll have undoubtedly come across the term “ASA” before. Some people who are new to the 3D Archery scene might not know what that is. So, what does ASA stand for? In archery, ASA stands for the Archery Shooters Association and this organization puts … Read more

Compound or Recurve Bow? Pros and Cons to Help You Decide

If you’re new to archery or want to get into archery, you’ll eventually ask the question, “Should I buy a compound bow or recurve bow?” Most people should buy a recurve bow when starting out in archery because most people who can shoot a compound bow find it somewhat difficult to switch to a recurve … Read more

This is How Much Arrows REALLY Cost

The cost arrows can vary from the price to the quality and also the quantity you are wanting to get. I have practiced target archery and also bowhunting and each arrow is different depending on the purpose. How much do arrows cost? Arrows can cost around $40 for a 12-set of budget practice arrows, $60 … Read more

AMO length? Here’s What You Need To Know

As an archer, it is important to know everything about your bow even the smallest of standards such as the AMO length and what it means. So what is AMO length? AMO length is a standard measurement of bow length that is designated to be three inches longer than the bowstring. It usually applies to … Read more

What is the Best Wood for a Recurve Bow?

I found the best wood for my recurve bow while I was learning the skills that come with handling a recurve bow and making my recurve bow the very best. There are many types of wood that make great recurve bows like osage orange, bamboo, red oak, hickory, ipe, eastern redcedar, dogwood, and most hardwoods … Read more

Top 25 Archery Questions Answered

Whether you are new to archery or have been practicing archery for years, every archer is bound to have questions that have been left unanswered.No matter how skilled an archer you are, it’s never too late to learn new things and find an answer to a question you didn’t even know you had! Today, I … Read more

What is a Nocking Point on a Bow?

When shooting a recurve bow, I noticed nocking points to be very useful with keeping the consistency of the position and force. So, what is a nocking point on a bow? The nocking point on a bow is a piece of plastic or metal that keeps the arrow in place on the string. The nocking … Read more

What is barebow archery?

When I started shooting a recurve bow, I wondered how barebow archery worked and what it was. I did some research and found barebow archery is underrated for the skill it takes. So, what is barebow archery? Barebow archery is archery done with a recurve bow using no sights, stabilizers, or any other assisting devices. … Read more

Overcoming the Top 10 Traditional Archery Frustrations

I’m just getting really into Traditional Archery and I’m seeing that Traditional Archers are extremely passionate about their form of archery. With all that passion for the sport, there are some key frustrations that every Traditional Archer will come across. I decided to ask around and find out what are the most frustrating things for … Read more

How Heavy Should Hunting Arrows be in Traditional Archery?

When I started shooting traditional archery, I noticed how many different weights of arrows there are. I did more research to figure out how heavy those arrows should be when used in traditional archery. How heavy should hunting arrows be in traditional archery? Traditional archery hunting arrows should weigh between 375-1000 grains depending on the … Read more