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How To Adjust Your Bow Sight

Dana KellerFriday, March 6, 2015

This is a very popular question with new archers. Let's say that your bow is already set up with a nock point, rest and fixed pin sights. You can be shooting either fingers or a mechanical release in this situation. Place a target at 10 yards. Aim and focus your pin, dot or crosshairs directly on the center of the bu...

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What is the difference between Original Genesis and Genesis Mini Bows?

Chris LarsenTuesday, May 6, 2014

The Genesis Original Bow and Genesis Mini are very similar with the main difference being size. The Original Genesis is 35 1/2 inches axle to axle. This dimension is measured from the center of the top whell and the center of the cam at the bottom of the bow. The Genesis Mini is 29 1/8” axle to axle. So the Genesis Mini i...

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Should I Buy A New Or Used Bow For My Child?

Daniel EllysonWednesday, February 5, 2014

I received my first bow for Christmas over 25 years ago. I think that this was the first time Santa delivered exactly what was on my Christmas list, straight out of the Sears Christmas Catalog. I was the happiest kid that day, so excited to go out shooting with my Grandpa. There was only one problem, I couldn’t pull it ba...

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Is Archery Safe For Kids?

John " Little John" LandrithThursday, January 30, 2014

Did you know fewer than one in every 1,000 people participating in archery suffer any injuries? That statistic is very impressive compared to most outdoor sports. The reason can be directly related to the training that most beginning archers receive when first introduced to archery. Very rarely does someone just purchase ...

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When Should A Child Start Archery?

Daniel EllysonWednesday, January 29, 2014

You never know what is going to spark a kid’s interest in archery. Children these days can see archery in the movies, Olympics, summer camps, or even at a church or school event. No matter what created the interest, the time is now to introduce your child to archery. If you don’t capture that spark, they will likely move ...

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Release or Fingers?

Daniel EllysonTuesday, January 28, 2014

Release or Fingers? When a child gets their first bow, I can guarantee the first they will try to do is pull the bow back with their fingers. It will be totally natural for them to do this, especially after watching movies like Brave, The Hunger Games, and Avengers. Shooting your bow with your fingers gives you contro...

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