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How to Add 10 Yards to Your Maximum Shooting Range

by Bill Winke 0

By simply increasing your maximum effective range from 25 yards to 35 yards, you significantly increase your odds of having… more »

Levi Morgan follow-through

Stop Worrying About Your Follow-Through

by Levi Morgan 0

If you’ve shot a bow for any length of time, you have heard about follow-through. In this column, I am… more »

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Peep-to-Sight Precision

by Levi Morgan 0

It is often said that archery is a game of little things. More so, I believe it is a game… more »

Bowhunting-Mistakes

How To Fix These 4 Bowhunting Mistakes Before They Happen

by Bill Winke 0

No one likes a pessimist, but there are times when it pays to look for the dark clouds we hate… more »

Cuts-of-Venison

Identifying and Cooking Cuts of Venison

by Darron McDougal 0

Harvesting a deer secures a sizeable supply of delicious red meat. How that meat is handled and cooked, and by… more »

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 »

Bowhunting-Mistakes

How to Avoid Stupid Bowhunting Mistakes

by Bill Winke 0

In its original form, the “KISS” approach stood for Keep It Simple, Stupid — as if to imply that one… more »

Shoot-Your-Bow-Better

How Bad Shots Make You Shoot Your Bow Better

by Cabe Johnson 0

It’s unlikely that anyone has ever told you to shoot a bad shot on purpose. However, when we received this… more »

fixing-your-missed-shots

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 »

Anchor-Position

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 »

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