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01.16.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Product Reviews

Lancaster Archery Supply Product Reviews from ATA 2017

The Lancaster Archery Supply video team was active at the 2017 Archery Trade Association (ATA) show in Indianapolis Jan. 10-12. We scoured the Indiana Convention Center in search of the latest and greatest archery products. When we found one, we either asked a manufacturer to tell us all about it, or we interviewed a professional […]

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01.05.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides

Jesse Broadwater explains the hinge release, aka back tension release

When it comes to compound target archery – especially indoor compound target archery – the hinge release might just be the most popular type of release archers use. They like it because it has no trigger, which makes it difficult to “punch.” Often called back-tension releases, hinge releases are made by many manufacturers. Though they […]

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12.28.2016 | Categories: Archery Tips, Training
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What to Expect at your first archery tournament

So you’re heading to your first indoor archery tournament? Maybe you’re feeling a little intimidated. Maybe you’re feeling nervous. Maybe you’re feeling like you’re not ready. Maybe you’re feeling all of these things and more. Don’t worry. Everyone is anxious in some way the first time they step to the line alongside dozens of other […]

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12.26.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases

Lancaster Archery Academy January Newsletter

Game on, archers. It’s winter, and that means it’s indoor season. What better way to beat the cold and the snow than by slinging arrows at some three-spot targets. Or, how about fulfilling a dream by chasing some exotic animals on a video hunt? We’ve got the recipe to cure your winter-time blues. Here’s what’s […]

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12.21.2016 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides

Basic guide to target archery arrow points

The point is one of the most basic components of an arrow. It’s what allows the arrow to pierce a target. With something so basic, you’d think picking one would be a piece of cake, right? Well, not all points are created equal. And once you dive into the pool of different types of points, […]

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12.14.2016 | Categories: News, Product Info, Selection Guides

EXPLAINED: Lancaster Archery Classic Bowhunter Division Rules

The Lancaster Archery Classic is just around the corner, scheduled for Jan. 27-29, 2017, at Spooky Nook Sports in Lancaster County, PA. More than 1,000 archers from all over the world are expected to show up to compete for over $100,000 in 15 different divisions. The one division Lancaster Archery Supply gets the most questions […]

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12.09.2016 | Categories: Video, News, Press Releases

Trad Geeks Are Part of Youth Movement in Traditional Archery

There’s some young blood being infused into the world of traditional archery these days. That’s what the guys over at Trad Geeks are seeing and hoping to foster. Heck, Kevin Merrow and Mark Kephart are living proof that gray hair is not a prerequisite for traditional archery. Merrow and Kephart are two young guys who […]

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12.06.2016 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Product Reviews

2017 Bowtech Reign 6 Compound Bow Review

Bowtech Archery has introduced the Reign 6 and Reign 7 as their flagship hunting bows for 2017. The numbers – 6 and 7 – refer to the brace height of each particular model. The Reign 6 has a 6-inch brace height, while the Reign 7 has a 7-inch brace height. In this video, LAS TechXpert […]

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12.02.2016 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Product Reviews

2017 Bear Archery Legend Series 6 (LS-6) Compound Bow

Bear Archery put the pedal to the metal with its flagship hunting bow for 2017 – the Legend Series 6, or LS-6. In this video, Lancaster Archery Supply TechXpert P.J. Reilly takes a look at the new bow, and many of the features that will be of interest to bowhunters. This 32 1/4-inch bow is […]

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11.29.2016 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy December Newsletter

December is upon us, and so indoor archery is kicking into high gear. Target bows are getting the dust wiped off them. Large-diameter arrows are getting refletched. Three-spot targets are getting chewed up like bubble gum. We love this time of year. It’s also Christmas time, and so everyone should be thinking about what to […]

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