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07.22.2016 | Categories: Video, Archery Tips, Equipment Setup

Bowhunting Tech Tip: Choosing a sight for a compound bow

There are so many sights on the market today geared toward bowhunting with compound bows, that choosing one can be a daunting decision. In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly runs through some basic factors bowhunters should consider when they are picking a sight for their bows. The selection process starts with deciding if you […]

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07.19.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases

Lancaster Archery Supply is exclusive U.S. distributor for Spider Vanes, other key Olympic archery companies

When Brady Ellison releases his arrows on the field of Sambodromo in Rio this summer, they will be guided by Spider Vanes. Same goes for his teammate, Zach Garrett. Ellison, USA’s top male archer and one of the most recognizable archers in the world, helped design these new-to-market vanes, which come in varieties for both […]

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07.18.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases, Uncategorized

JOAD archers from Lancaster shoot the lights out at Outdoor Nationals

Nineteen young archers from the Lancaster JOAD Team and Lancaster Academy JOAD Club competed in the Outdoor Nationals tournament in Alabama last week and brought home a truckload of hardware – 13 medals in all, including two Grand Champions. The fine showing from the Lancaster archers is a testament to their dedication and hard work, […]

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07.15.2016 | Categories: Archery Tips

Bowhunting: The season’s drawing near and we love it

It’s the middle of July, and the weather across the U.S. is pretty predictable. It’s hot. And when it’s hot and sticky and just plain miserable outside, a lot of the LAS audience starts thinking about the same thing. Bowhunting season. Nearly 12 million Americans ventured out in pursuit of game with bows or crossbows […]

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07.08.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics

Olympic Archery Explained: Draw Weight

There’s no question the archers who will compete in the Olympic games in Rio this summer are the best Olympic recurve archers their home countries have to offer. They train hard, shooting their bows for many hours every day. And they’ve been doing that for years. So it’s no stretch to think of these athletes […]

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07.01.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases

Lancaster Archery Supply Partners with

Lancaster Archery Supply is teaming up with to help bowhunters everywhere feed their appetites for bowhunting gear, archery equipment, information and entertainment. Rob Kaufhold, President of Lancaster Archery, exclaimed, “We have been friends and fans of Todd and Justin at and their Bowhunt or Die show for several years. I’m extremely excited to be […]

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06.30.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics

Mackenzie Brown’s Olympic Archery Dreams Are Taking Her to Rio 2016

When Mackenzie Brown steps to the line in Rio de Janeiro this August, and nocks her first arrow at the 2016 Olympic Games, she will fulfill a dream she has worked for since she picked up a bow and arrow at 10 years of age. “I started in NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program), […]

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06.29.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy July Newsletter

We’re getting into the heart of summer now. That means the days are long and the sun is hot. It also means there’s great weather and plenty of daylight for shooting a bow outside! We’ve got camps and classes galore coming up in the weeks ahead. No matter what your age or experience level, we’ve […]

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06.24.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics

Olympic Archery Explained: The Plunger

Every archer you see shooting in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this summer will have a device on their bow called a plunger, or cushion plunger. It’s a small piece of gear that kind of looks like a spark plug, which works in concert with the arrow rest. And it’s absolutely critical to […]

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06.20.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics

Easton X10 arrows break another archery record in Turkey

The Easton X10 arrow continued its dominance of Olympic archery by helping the Korean women’s team break another World Archery record in June 2016. The Korean women scored a combined 2045 points at the third stage of the 2016 Hyundai Archery World Cup in Antalaya, Turkey, to beat the recurve women’s team ranking round world record by […]

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