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Limited Edition FMJ Autumn Orange

Limited Edition FMJ Autumn Orange

In 2022, Easton Archery will celebrate a century of American archery innovation. As a part of this, Easton is releasing a limited-edition production run of the popular 5mm FMJ arrow, featuring a combination of the most advanced arrow technology and a touch of true American bowhunting tradition. Over three decades from the 70’s to the […]

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Easton Releases Revamped Jazz recreational for 2022

Easton Releases Revamped Jazz recreational for 2022

Salt Lake City, Utah USA- Easton, celebrating a century of innovation in 2022, has just released the all-new Jazz recreational arrow for every archer and club looking for the precision of Easton aluminum target arrows, with a budget-friendly price and best-in-class performance. Featuring a sleek, hard anodized black exterior, the XX75 Jazz now utilizes an […]

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The NFAA & NFAA Foundation adds UltraView as a 2022 Sponsor

The NFAA & NFAA Foundation adds UltraView as a 2022 Sponsor

Yankton, SD – The National Field Archery Association (NFAA), a non-profit corporation dedicated to the sport of archery in the United States of America, has announced a new sponsor for 2022 – UltraView, an archery accessory company.

UltraView has signed on as a 2022 sponsor of the NFAA and NFAA Foundation. These sponsorships allow the NFAA to continue hosting events and tournaments which in turn keeps archers actively participating within the archery community.

“UltraView has been a great supporter in helping make events possible like the Rushmore Rumble held last year.” said Bruce Cull, NFAA Foundation President, “We are grateful for their continued support through 2022!”

In 2021, due to COVID-19, the NFAA has had to adjust tournament schedules and locations to still make attending these events possible while archery tournaments all over the world have been cancelled. Now for 2022, the NFAA & NFAA Foundation are back to a full in-person Vegas Shoot and NFAA Indoor Nationals.

“The Vegas Shoot has always been near and dear to everyone at UltraView. As archers, we look forward to and think about it year-long.” says UltraView founder, Kolby Hanley. “We are honored to be able to become a sponsor of the NFAA & NFAA Foundation, and we cannot wait to see everyone at the event.”

 

About UltraView

UltraView first started with a couple 3D printers in a college dorm room but has grown tremendously since then. Their manufacturing capabilities continue to expand and now include CNC Milling, injection molding and multi jet fusion. All of which can be seen in their UV3 scope. The goal with UltraView is to have it sit at the intersection of archery, engineering, and innovative product development. UltraView is based in Duluth, GA, USA. Visit UltraView’s website www.ultraviewarchery.com

 

About NFAA

The National Field Archery Association or NFAA is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the sport of archery in the United States of America. Founded in 1939, the NFAA now consists of 49 state associations and nearly 1,000 affiliated clubs with over 14,000 individual members. The National Field Archery Association Foundation is a 501c3 Public Charitable supporting organization of the NFAA. The NFAA is a national allied organization of USA Archery, the Olympic governing body for archery in the USA.

The National Field Archery Association is based in the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center, and is a division of the National Field Archery Association Foundation in Yankton, South Dakota, USA. Visit the NFAA’s websites (www.nfaausa.com and www.neyac.org). 

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February 2022 Colorado JOAD Indoor Rotational Buckle Series – Registration is now open!

February 2022 Colorado JOAD Indoor Rotational Buckle Series – Registration is now open!


Registration is Open for the February 2022 JOAD Rotational Tournament!!

The tournament will take place at No Limits Archery on Saturday, February 12, 2021.

Click here to Register

Shooting Times:

8 AM Check-In / 9 AM Start

  • All Barebow and Recurve

12:30 PM Check-In / 1:30 PM Start

  • All Compound Divisions

Registration Fees:

$32 – for the first archer

$59 – for 2 archers

$80 – for 3 or more archers

Registration closes 10th February 2022, or sooner if capacity is achieved.  Late/Same-Day registrations may not be available.

Originally from ColoradoJoad.

Easton 6.5mm Hunter Classic with Lancaster Archery

Easton 6.5mm Hunter Classic with Lancaster Archery

  PJ Reilly from Lancaster Archery supply gives an overview of the the Easton 6.5 Hunter Classic. These pre-fletched arrows from Easton feature their ACU-carbon uniform spine technology, giving you a uniform spine no matter which way you spin the arrow. You’ll also receive these pre-fletched with Easton’s 2″ Bully vanes.

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Why We Publish Coaching Archery Books

Why We Publish Coaching Archery Books

You may have heard this story before (yes, this is a “stop me if you have heard this one” post) but I just came across my original notes (from writing my first coaching archery book over a decade ago) so if I get this down here, I can throw away the notes!

When I first became certified to coach archery (Level 2, baby!) and being an intellectual I searched for some literature on coaching archery so I could expand my knowledge. I went onto Amazon.com and in “Books” I searched for “coaching.” I got 21,181 “hits” but a rough look-see didn’t show any archery coaching books. So, I changed the search key words to “coaching archery” and I got 1,110 “hits.” Now we are talking, I thought. The top of this list was “Archery: Steps to Success” which was about coaching . . . a little. It was actually how to teach a college archery class and had more to say about classroom management than actual coaching.

The second book was “Professional Archery Technique” by Kirk Ethridge, an excellent book (so much so we republished it), but it was not about coaching. Two of the top five books under this search were out-of-print, and #5 was “The Six Wives of Henry the Eighth.” It went downhill from there.

Basically, after searching several other used and new book databases, I came to the conclusion that there were no books on coaching archery in print. There was one written in 1932 that I paid a small fortune to acquire, but once again it was a book on how to put on an archery course at a high school or college. I subsequently acquired almost 300 books about archery, mostly used “how to shoot books” but nary a one on coaching.

Then I came across Al Henderson’s 1989 masterpiece “Peak Performance Archery” which, as far as I can tell, is the first book on coaching archery written in the English language. (We have recently republished this very valuable book.) Why it didn’t come up in all of my searches I do not know. I even employed my then college research assistant son who searched major proprietary databases.

So we to start publishing books on coaching archery in 2008. After pitching the idea to our publisher (of “Precision Archery”) we formed our own publishing company, Watching Arrows Fly,” and have since then published quite a few books on coaching (among other topics). Here is a list:

Coaching Archery
More on Coaching Archery
Even More on Coaching Archery
Yet More on Coaching Archery
Still More on Coaching Archery
Far More on Coaching Archery
The Principles of Coaching Archery, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2
Archery Coaching How-To’s
Coach Yourself!
(The above are all written by me.)
Teaching Archery by Van Webster
Larry Wise on Coaching Archery by Larry Wise
Bob Ryder on Coaching Collegiate Archery by Bob Ryder
Peak Performance Archery by Al Henderson

More coming, including:
Randi Smith on Coaching Disabled Archers (working title)
Archery DIY Projects by William Moltzan (working title)
and, as they say, more!

Originally from A Blog for Archery Coaches.

What arrow should I shoot?

What arrow should I shoot?

Easton Archery Director of Marketing Gary Cornum talks with Lucas from  ArcheryTalk in their latest episode of “What Should I Shoot” series. Gary goes into detail on the new Easton FMJ 4MM and the Axis 4MM and offers some insight into the differences between them and their 5MM counterparts.

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JANUARY 2022 COLORADO JOAD ROTATIONAL – REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SOON!

JANUARY 2022 COLORADO JOAD ROTATIONAL – REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SOON!

Location: Archery School of the Rockies

Date: January 8th and 9th

Shooting Times:

Saturday: 8:30 Check-In/9:30 Start

  • Barebow
  • Yeoman

Sunday: 8:30 Check-In/9:30 Start

  • Compound
  • Recurve

Registration Fees:

$32 – for the first archer

$59 – for 2 archers

$80 – for 3 or more archers

At this time there are no Covid restrictions in place – wear a mask at your own discretion

Originally from ColoradoJoad.

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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