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12.01.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy December-January Newsletter

‘Tis the season for archery – especially indoor target archery. December typically is the month when indoor target season kicks off. So dust off that target bow, fletch up a new set of line-cutter arrows and come on out to the Academy to start getting ready for the competition season. Or, just swing by, come […]

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12.01.2017 | Categories: Archery Tips, Equipment Setup
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How to Build a Hunting Arrow

Have you been searching for the perfect hunting arrow? One that’s perfectly matched to your bow, is the right length, has the fletchings you like and flies flawlessly? Why not build your own? We put together a four-part video series that walks you through the process of building an arrow, from picking the right shaft, […]

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11.22.2017 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Product Reviews
 

2018 Elite Echelon 37 and Echelon 39

Elite has unveiled its 2018 lineup of target bows, which is headlined by the Echelon series. In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly reviews the features of the Echelon 37 and the Echelon 39. As their names suggest, the Echelon 37 measures 37 inches long, while the Echelon 39 is a 39-inch bow. They feature […]

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11.20.2017 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Product Reviews
 

2018 Mathews Triax

Mathews has introduced the Triax as its flagship hunting bow for 2018. In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly reviews the main features of this compound bow. The Triax measures 28 inches, axle to axle, and has a 6-inch brace height. The IBO speed rating is 343 feet per second. The bow has wide limbs […]

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11.20.2017 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Product Reviews
 

2018 Bowtech Realm and RealmX

The Realm and the RealmX are the flagship hunting bows from Bowtech for 2018. In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly gives an overview of these two compound bows. Both feature new, wide limbs that can be locked into place via Bowtech’s CP Dual Lock pocket system. The CP system allows an archer to lock […]

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11.20.2017 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Product Reviews
 

2018 Hoyt REDWRX RX-1 and HyperForce

Hoyt has introduced its 2018 lineup of flagship hunting bows, which includes the REDWRX RX-1 series and the HyperForce. Describing the bows to LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly is Hoyt sales representative, Gus Edwards. The RX-1 series is a line of carbon bows that features the RX-1, RX-1 Ultra and RX-1 Turbo. The RX-1 measures 32 […]

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10.30.2017 | Categories: Archery Tips, Equipment Setup
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Flying With Bows – What You Need to Know

So you’re taking your compound bow on an airplane, and you want to know how to pack it, what’s allowed and what to expect at the airport? Here’s what you need to know. GET A GOOD CASE Airlines are rough on baggage, and your bow is a precision instrument. You need a good, quality, airline-grade […]

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10.20.2017 | Categories: Podcasts
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PODCAST: Joel Turner & Tom Clum Sr., Traditional Archery Coaching and Curing Target Panic

What do 2016 Olympic bronze-medal-winning archer Brady Ellison and traditional archer Tom Clum Sr. have in common? They both shoot their bows according to the techniques taught by Kisik Lee – head coach of the U.S. National Archery Team. Ellison, of course, shoots a fully-rigged Olympic recurve bow, while Clum shoots a traditional, barebow recurve. […]

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10.16.2017 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Product Reviews
 

PSE 2018 Xpedite and React Compound Bows

PSE unveiled the 2018 lineup of compound hunting bows in October, 2017, and we checked out two of them. In this video, P.J. Reilly looks at the Xpedite and React compound bows. The Xpedite is a flagship hunting bow, featuring a 5.25-inch brace height and an IBO speed rating of up to 360 fps. It’s […]

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10.16.2017 | Categories: Video, Archery Tips, Training
 

Traditional archery aiming techniques

In true traditional archery, the bow – recurve or longbow – doesn’t have a sight for aiming. But the archer still has to hit what he or she is aiming at. So how do you do that? In this video, Matt Zirnsak – a die-hard traditional archer who produced a series of films and does […]

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