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05.18.2018 | Categories: Archery Tips, Equipment Setup
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String alignment for consistent archery shots

Aligning the bowstring in your sight picture is critical to consistent shooting. How archers do that varies – especially among the different archery disciplines. Let’s get compound archers out of the way first, because their alignment process is the simplest. Almost all compound archers use a peep sight. This is a small circle or tube […]

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05.16.2018 | Categories: Product Info, Product Reviews
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Tom Hall: Easton X10 vs. Carbon Express Nano Pro X-Treme

Tom Hall is an Olympic recurve archer and blogger from Great Britian. A longtime believer in the Easton X10 as the preferred arrow for competitive recurve archery, Hall recently pitted his X10s against the Carbon Express Nano Pro X-Tremes. Hall started his experiment by comparing the physical properties of each arrow, and then he shot […]

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05.11.2018 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Academy June-July 2018 Newsletter

Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson once said, “Summer means happy times and good sunshine.” We know Wilson probably surfed more than he shot a bow and arrow, but with a sentiment like that, we have to think there’s an archer in him somewhere. We are definitely headed into the premiere time of year for archery. […]

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04.26.2018 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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Five Great 2018 Hunting Bows for Under $700

We understand. Not every bowhunter can afford to – or wants to – plunk down $1,000 for a new compound bow. It’s just not in the budget. Fortunately, you don’t have to. Bow manufacturers are recognizing that the $1,000 plateau is just too high for some customers to climb, and so they are offering quality […]

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04.24.2018 | Categories: News
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Lancaster Archery Supply Giveaway Contest Rules

 LANCASTER ARCHERY SUPPLY GIVEAWAYS – OFFICIAL RULES NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW. 1.   SPONSOR: The sponsor of this Sweepstakes is Lancaster Archery Supply (“Sponsor”). By participating in the Sweepstakes, each Entrant unconditionally accepts and agrees to comply with and abide by these Official Rules and the […]

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04.23.2018 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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What’s a bow square, aka, T-square?

Every archer needs a bow square. It’s just one of those tools that archers should have on hand to help out with a number of tasks. Also called a T-square because of its shape, a bow square is a measuring device that can be clipped to the bow string. There will be measurement lines on […]

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03.28.2018 | Categories: News, Press Releases
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Lancaster Archery Supply is going global

Lancaster Archery Supply, the worldwide leader in 3D, traditional, bowhunting and target archery gear, is going global. For more than two decades, Lancaster Archery Supply has served archers and dealers with archery equipment all over the world through our dealers, catalog, LAS Express trailers and website. But to get professional, hands-on service and coaching from […]

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03.23.2018 | Categories: Archery Tips, Equipment Setup
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Four Products that make arrow pulling easier

As winter turns to spring, and the weather starts getting nice, it’s time to start thinking about outdoor archery games – 3D, field archery, 50 meters for compounds, 70 meters for recurves, etc. And while it can be a problem on some indoor ranges, difficulty in removing arrows from targets and target butts really seems […]

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03.20.2018 | Categories: Archery Tips, Equipment Setup
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What archers need to know about cam timing

Cam timing is one of those critical aspects of compound bow tuning that every archer should know. It could be the evil demon that’s responsible for those seemingly unexplained fliers you’re seeing from time to time while shooting your bow. Cams are the workforce regulators of your bow. They control the string and cable(s), which […]

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02.28.2018 | Categories: Archery Tips, Training
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Yes, you can adjust the draw weight on certain recurve bows

Compound bows are well known for their ability to have the draw weight adjusted. Most have a 10-pound adjustment range, but there are some that can be adjusted from 5-70 pounds. Did you know it’s possible to adjust the weight of some recurve bows? In an episode of “Behind the Riser,” filmed by Shrewd Archery, […]

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