The first time you release an arrow and watch it soar through the air is magical. You’ll be happy to learn that it’s very easy to shoot your first arrow. Below you’ll find articles that will show you how to try archery, what you need to get started, and how you can continue learning the sport through classes and programs.
Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Archery
How to Try Archery in Three Easy Steps
Getting Started in Archery
Archery Classes and Programs
What to Expect When Buying Your First Bow
Backyard Archery Safety
There are so many ways to have fun with a bow and arrow! Explore the different types of archery and find out which is right for you.
One of the first steps in starting archery is deciding what type of bow you enjoy shooting. For a quick overview of the different types of bows, check out this article, “Exploring Archery: Types of Bows.” Below you’ll find in-depth information on each bow type and other gear you’ll need for archery.
Recurve bows come in many varieties from simple traditional bows to Olympic recurves. The “Olympic recurve” is the type of bow Olympians shoot. It’s also the bow of choice for thousands of recreational archers who like a fantastic, challenging discipline. Explore the articles below to learn more about the different types of recurve bows. Anatomy of an Olympic Recurve Bow How to Shoot a Recurve Bow Mastering the Recurve Release
If you love precision marksmanship, consider a compound bow. They’re capable of incredible accuracy. With lessons, you’ll hit the center regularly. You can shoot compound bows for recreation, competition or bowhunting. Compound Bow Anatomy How to shoot a compound bow How to grip a bow
Close your eyes and imagine a simple bow. No sights, no gadgets, just a sleek design. The bow you’re picturing is likely a traditional bow – timeless, authentic and tons of fun to shoot. And it’s time for you to give it a try! Beginners Guide to Traditional Archery How to Get Started in Barebow Archery Recurve Bow Anchor Point
To get started in archery you’ll need a bow and a few other pieces of gear. For a quick overview of this equipment click, here. Below you’ll find in-depth information on specific pieces of archery gear. Arrows Release Aids Targets Bowstands and Storage
Learn the basics here, from the different styles of archery to how to choose the bow that’s right for you.
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