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Easton’s Made in USA Sonic Goes to Match Grade Level

Easton’s Made in USA Sonic Goes to Match Grade Level

Easton has added SONIC 6.0 in a NEW Match Grade .001” specification for bowhunters looking for added accuracy and highest quality. The SONIC 6.0 made a big splash with bowhunters last year as a brand-new shaft platform in the Easton made-in-USA lineup, replacing Easton’s popular Hexx with a stronger, totally Made in USA engineered carbon […]

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Easton Pro Staff FAQ

Easton Pro Staff FAQ

Easton Pro Staff FAQ Q-    How do I become a factory-direct Easton Pro Staff/International Staff/Ambassador Staff member? There are fewer than 10 competitors worldwide who are Easton Pro Staff members.  Typically these are archers who: Work actively to promote the sport of archery through their actions and behavior. Already shoot Easton arrows by their […]

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Gear Up!  Indoor season ahead

Gear Up!  Indoor season ahead

With George Tekmitchov, Easton International Technical Advisor With one of the hottest Northern Hemisphere summers in recent memory aside, unless you’re reading this in Chile or Australia, or you’re within about a thousand miles of the equator, you’re probably thinking about indoor season right now.   For some shooters, the advent of indoor season is […]

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The simple guidelines to correct arrow balance (FOC)

The simple guidelines to correct arrow balance (FOC)

By George Tekmitchov FOC, or Front of Center Balance, describes the percentage of the arrow’s total weight that is located in the front half of the arrow. The more weight that is located in the front half of the arrow, the more forward is the arrow’s center-of-balance, and the more stable the arrow flight- up […]

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100 Years of Easton- The Mid-Nox Story

100 Years of Easton- The Mid-Nox Story

From the early 1930’s through the late 1950’s, the most popular nock in archery was the Mid-Nox nock, made by the Middleton Company. These nocks were a single cavity nock made from press-molded nitrocellulose- a highly flammable material, also used for things like billiard balls, and photographic film, in that era. The process involved a […]

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100 Years Of Easton- The War Years

100 Years Of Easton- The War Years

Doug Easton developed aluminum arrows in the 1930’s, and by 1940, they were rapidly adopted by top archers across the globe. But with the entry of the USA into World War II,  the production of aluminum arrows was suspended.  Aluminum was a critical strategic material in the conduct of the military effort. Doug Easton turned […]

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New Olympic Qualification Process for Paris 2024 Announced

New Olympic Qualification Process for Paris 2024 Announced

First the good news. Even though the qualification round (which is now the official name for what used to be called the ranking round) takes place before the opening ceremony, Olympic records can be set in the round. Mixed teams will return after their debut at Tokyo. And the standard team round will be back, […]

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Recurve’s Ten Favorite Questions- answered!

Recurve’s Ten Favorite Questions- answered!

By George Tekmitchov, International Archery Consultant In the course of providing hundreds of tuning and equipment seminars in more than 20 countries over the past few decades worldwide, I’ve noticed that there are quite a number of recurring questions- questions that seem to come up at nearly every session.  No matter if I am lecturing […]

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Easton X10 Shooters Take All Olympic Slots for Tokyo at Final Qualification Tournament

Easton X10 Shooters Take All Olympic Slots for Tokyo at Final Qualification Tournament

(Paris, France  June 21 2021) World Archery’s last-chance tournament for Tokyo Olympic Games qualification saw the final 51 countries qualify their shooters for the Olympic Games this week. In Paris, at the final qualification tournament, the USA men’s team of Brady Ellison, Jack Williams, and Jacob Wukie took the gold medal to cement the USA’s […]

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Team Easton Shooters Sweep Every Gold Medal at 2021 Paris World Cup

Team Easton Shooters Sweep Every Gold Medal at 2021 Paris World Cup

Team Easton Shooters Sweep Every Gold Medal at Paris World Cup With all 30 recurve medalists, and 23 of 30 total compound medal winners shooting Easton X10 and X10 ProTour arrow shafts, once again Easton has swept every Gold Medal at the penultimate World Cup event of 2021 just completed in Paris, France. Individual recurve […]

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