✴ Traditional Archery Epub ✷ Author Sam Fadala – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk

Traditional Archery Now In Full Color, Updated And Revised Throughout Information On Choosing A Bow, Setting Up The Bow And Arrows, Selecting Tackle, And Ordering A Custom Bow Practical Advice On Storing And Transporting Bows And Gear Safely The History Of The Bow And Arrow And Stories Of The Fathers Of Traditional Archery Includes A Glossary Of Archery Terms And Advice For Teaching Beginning Bowshooters

10 thoughts on “Traditional Archery

  1. says:

    Writes in almost a stream of consciousness fashion and is ultra romantic about archery in a, somehow, bro d out way but with all that being said he seriously knows his shit and I learned a lot, probablythan I wanted or needed to Without a doubt an archery savage.

  2. says:

    This has a little bit of everything history, anecdote, general info, and tips Mostly it deals with the hardware of archery, with a little bit of advice for technique Plenty of useful details, though only a few sections will be worth referencing.

  3. says:

    This book may be ofvalue for archers who plan on game hunting I did find it useful and interesting to me as just a target shooter.

  4. says:

    Excellent book, easy to read, enjoyable and informative.

  5. says:

    I ve been an avid archer since the 6th grade, but I always feel that there s room for improvement, regardless of skill level I liked this book, butfor its philosophical approach to the sport than to its technical one When it comes to hardware, it offers a lot of useful tips But ultimately, trying to improve your form using what essentially amounts to a manual is the same as sitting in a classroom to learn how to play football, or relying on an owner s manual to teach one how to ride a m I ve been an avid archer since the 6th grade, but I always feel that there s room for improvement, regardless of skill level I liked this book, butfor its philosophical approach to the sport than to its technical one When it comes to hardware, it offers a lot of useful tips But ultimately, trying to improve your form using what essentially amounts to a manual is the same as sitting in a classroom to learn how to play football, or relying on an owner s manual to teach one how to ride a motorcycle I m a precision shooter, not a hunter, so there was really less information for me than there might be for some other archers Still, the book is an interesting read, and the pages that I did find helpful were very useful Now somebody needs to write an equally interesting book for those of us who are also crossbow fans If someone can point me in the direction of a good arbalist book, I m all eyes and fingers

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