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Serve-a-Bowstring

How To Properly Serve a Bowstring

by Levi Morgan 0

Few bowhunters spend much time worrying about the serving thread on their bowstring and/or cables. However, poor servings can cause… more »

Better-Shooting-Accuracy

Training Yourself for Better Shooting Accuracy

by Christian Berg 0

When it comes to making clutch shots, there is arguably no one better than world-champion archer Levi Morgan. From high-stakes… more »

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Repeat Your Bow Setup to Replicate Success

by Levi Morgan 0

Everyone has had that one setup that was money — that one bow they always shot better than any other. The… more »

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Evaluating and Fixing Your Missed Shots

by Randy Ulmer 0

A batting coach can tell more by watching the baseball than by focusing on the movement of the bat. Top… more »

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Three Components of the Proper Anchor Position

by Levi Morgan 0

If you know archery, you know how important a consistent anchor position is. Most people think of anchoring as a… more »

Buying-a-New-Bow

Is Buying a New Bow Always Better?

by Randy Ulmer 0

I cherished my first hunting bow. When I bought it, I was still in school and had an extremely limited… more »

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The Holy Grail: When Broadheads Fly Like Fieldpoints

by Bill Winke 0

As a kid, I loved to stick my hand out the window of my parents’ speeding car just to feel… more »

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Tuning Tricks from America’s Best Bow Shots

by Jeff Johnston 0

Do you ever wonder why your fixed-blade broadheads fly like grasshoppers on a dirt road compared to fieldpoints? Over the… more »

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5 Tuning Tweaks for Top Accuracy

by John Dudley 0

Nearly 20 years ago, I decided to step onto the archery tournament line. It wasn’t because I wanted to become… more »

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