Compound bows are designed to be drawn back to a fixed distance, unlike traditional recurves and longbows which can be draw back at almost any distance. The draw length of your bow needs to be set according to your height, allowing for a comfortable draw with optimal power and accuracy. You should always fire a … Read moreHow to Adjust Draw Length on a Compound Bow
A peep sight is the sight of choice for most compound bows, while certain recurve users also opt for this handy upgrade when it fits without disturbing alignment. The basic principle of aiming through a peep sight is to line up the target with the peep sight’s pin by looking through the peep with your … Read moreHow to Use a Peep Sight
Traditional archery has no need to resort to sights or stabilizers in order to ensure the perfect shot. Fortunately, there are numerous methods and styles of shooting to try when opting to refine your skill and aim without a sight. After all, as one grows in their archery ability the urge to shoot without a … Read moreHow to Aim a Bow Without Sights
A takedown bow is a flexible compact recurve bow assembled from two limbs and a riser. Almost every single bow used in Olympic archery is a takedown bow thanks its combination of a compact design and superior propelling force. Completely adjustable, one can configure a takedown bow according to draw strength, draw cycle, stability, and … Read moreWhat is a Takedown Bow?