Archery Answers: Learn All the Basics Now

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Archery Answers is a book in clear, no-nonsense language to teach you stuff you need to know, to give you the archery answers you can apply immediately. Archery Answers is loaded with over two hundred pictures, and is structured in a question and answer format to help you learn in a quick and easy manner. More

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About Michael Shaw

Michael Shaw has written several photo-essay books, one winning an award for inspirational poetry.

His degree in Fine Art from The New York Institute of Technology inspired him to combine art with science in a series of books for teachers and their young scientists to help prepare winning science fair projects.

Mr. Shaw’s reproductions of ancient Egyptian Art have been sold at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and at The Field Museum in Chicago. His life-size reproduction of the north wall of King Tutankhamen’s tomb was purchased by the Museum at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia for permanent display. His commercial art has sold in department stores nationwide, and his art and photography have been featured in books, magazines, and on television.

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Here is a video I made using pictures and text from Archery Answers. It is a short "How-To" on making an archery arm guard.


Wild&Precious reviewed on Feb. 20, 2018

I’m new to archery and I just bought my first bow and arrows. Fortunately, I discovered the Archery Answers ebook prior to buying it. I knew the right questions to ask the sales people, my draw length, how many pounds of pull I wanted, what kind of string, etc. It showed me how to set up my bow and even how to place the nocking bead on the string in the right place. I’m a do-it-yourselfer and I’m left-handed, so I loved the demo on making your own finger tab and arm guard for a lefty. Being a novice, the sections on repairing arrows in case a feather falls off or you lose a point in a tree were useful. I now have all the basics and a little history of archery as well (The history is at the beginning – you’ll need to skip ahead to get the do-it-yourself tips). For someone just getting into this hobby, I highly recommend this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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