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06.21.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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Binoculars Accessories you’ve got to have for archery competitions

Every tournament archer needs a good set of binoculars. Whether you’re shooting indoors or out, 3-Ds or spots, you need to know exactly where your arrows are hitting the target. To have binoculars handy at all times on the line, and to use them in varying weather conditions, you’re going to need some accessories. Following […]

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06.15.2017 | Categories: Podcasts
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Podcast Show Notes: Paul Jaeger of Jager Archery Products

Paul Jaeger is your typical builder. He’s always looking to modify the things he owns to make them function the way he wants them to. So it probably surprised no one who knows him that he eventually turned his creative focus onto the grips on his bows. He says of the first bow he ever […]

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06.14.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Dick Tone leads elite recurve training camp at Lancaster Archery Academy

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics might be three years away, but the Olympic spirit was alive and strong at Lancaster Archery Academy June 9-11. About three dozen archers, coaches and parents immersed themselves in all things Olympic recurve archery over those three days under the tutelage of former Olympic coach Dick Tone, Olympic gold medal winners […]

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06.13.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Supply Pro Shop will sell PA hunting licenses

The Lancaster Archery Pro Shop is now an official licensing agent of the Pennsylvania Game Commission, and will start selling Pennsylvania hunting licenses June 19, 2017. This is a new venture for Lancaster Archery, since the company has never before been a licensing agent. “This is something we want to do to better serve our […]

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06.12.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Curtis Broadnax and T.J. Strychalski: Two young archers on parallel courses to the top of the sport

On two successive weekends in the spring of 2017, two young men in their teens took on the big guns in archery and finished at the top of the heap. Curtis Broadnax, 17, of Georgia, won first place in the Compound Senior Male Division at the 2017 Gator Cup May 27. In head-to-head matches he […]

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06.05.2017 | Categories: Podcasts
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Podcast Show Notes: Olympic archer Mackenzie Brown

Mackenzie Brown is one of the top female Olympic recurve archers in the world. Rising as high as No. 3 in World Archery’s rankings of female recurve archers, Brown represented the United States at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil She’s also the two-time defending champion in the Women’s Recurve Division […]

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06.05.2017 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery’s T.J. Strychalski makes his first ASA pro-class podium

At just 17 years of age, Lancaster Archery Supply Pro Shop TechXpert Ted “T.J.” Strychalski finished third in the Men’s Known-Pro Class at the 2017 Archery Shooters Association (ASA) TRU Ball/Axcel Pro-Am Championship in London, Ky., June 2-4. It’s the first pro-class podium finish at an ASA 3-D tournament for Strychalski, of Elizabethtown, Pa. Strychalski […]

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06.02.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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Guide to Compound Bow Arrow Rests

You’ve got your first compound bow, and now you’re trying to figure out which arrow rest to put on it. Looking through a catalog, you’ll undoubtedly notice many different rests in a variety of shapes and configurations. Let us break them down for you so you can figure out which rest is right for your […]

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05.26.2017 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Selection Guides
 

Guide to Olympic Archery Arrow Rests

In this video, LAS TechXpert, and former U.S. national champion archer, Dan Schuller runs through the different types of arrow rests for Olympic recurve bows. Olympic recurve archery – as the name suggests – is the only archery featured in the Olympic Games. So this is the highest level of competitive archery with a recurve […]

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05.19.2017 | Categories: Video, Archery Tips, Equipment Setup, News
 

Your Guide to NASP Archery Equipment

The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) employs a very specific, limited set of equipment. There’s one bow and one arrow that every NASP archer uses, and a short list of other NASP-approved gear. By standardizing the allowed equipment, NASP is able to make archery affordable for just about anyone, and the competition field […]

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