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7 Archery Tuning Tips | Archery Lessons
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We can't even start to discuss tuning until we know that the archer and the bow are consistent. There's no sense of even trying to tune your bow unless you are performing perfectly.
Once you feel that you're performing perfectly then what we do is we take note of how the arrows are flying. If they are tuned, like if they are center shot, if knocking point is in the right position the arrow will come out of the bow perfectly straight, perfectly straight. If it doesn't come out of the bow perfectly straight the bow is not tuned. Or the archer and the bow aren't tuned together.
So one of the ways that you determine whether the bow is tuned or not is to shoot up close to your target. When you shoot the arrow up close to your target, if the arrow doesn't come out perfectly straight it will enter the target at an angle. The angle that it enters the target at will determine what you have to do in order to tune the bow.
For instance, if you take a shot and the arrow comes out of the bow, and when it hits the target it turns this way, that tells me that the arrow is too weak for the bow. That tells me that as the arrow comes out it's bending too much and moving to the right of the target.
If the arrow comes out of the bow and it bends this way and enters the target at this angle, that tells me that the arrow is too stiff for the bow. So therefore, you have to find the proper spined arrow for the bow. Going back to your chart, your arrow chart, you find out where this arrow was on the chart, and you move back towards a lighter or forward towards a heavier spined arrow. Until you find the proper arrow that comes out at the proper spine and enters into the target perfectly straight. If it enters perfectly straight your arrow and your bow are tuned. That's tuning the arrow.
Now, how can we do it in other ways besides just changing your arrows? You can do it by changing the weight of the points. The heavier the point the more the arrow will bend. Therefore, if you have an arrow that's too stiff, by putting a heavier weight in the front it will cause the arrow to straighten out. Another way you can do it is by putting heavier veins on the back, heavier fletching on the back, that stiffens the arrow. So if an arrow is too weak you can stiffen the arrow by putting weight on the back.
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To call Lukas Novotny an expert horseback rider paints an incomplete picture. Novotny is one of the world's leading horseback archers. Yeah, you read that right: he shoots arrows on horseback. Now, Novotny is almost single-handedly keeping the tradition alive.
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Flight archery training with Turkish overdraw ''siper''
Siper ile menzil atışı antrenmanı - Flight archery training with overdraw siper.
The siper (Turkish overdraw) is used to draw the flight arrow behind the grip which allows to shoot shorter and lighter arrows which travel further of course...
Typical flight arrows can weigh about 11, 12, 13 gram and can be e.g. 61, 62, 63 cm long. The grip is not held in the typical Turkish form, usually a cloth with wax is wrapped around the grip of the flight bow and the ''cengi bazi' grip is applied.
The difficulty is to hold the thumbring in the right angle and not to put too much pressure on the arrow with your index finger, because with the lightest pressure the arrow will come out of the siper and you will shoot the grip. So it is very dangerous. The real challenge is to do this with 120 + pound flight bows... What you see here is just training with a 45 lbs bow.
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Scottish Outdoor Archery Champs - with slow motion
Hosted by Glasgow Archers on a dry windy saturday and a calm very wet sunday August 2007.
Watch out for cool slow motion of arrows in flight and water trails. Featuring compound and recurve archers shooting in a competition to decide who is the champion of scotland.
Turkish Archery : Sadabat Archery Show
Turkish Traditional Archery show at the Sadabat Summer Festivities, 25th of May 2008, Istanbul. We reenacted several Turkish and Ottoman archery diciplines, including flight archery, puta shooting as well as war archery.
Five-Year- Old Archer Shoots Flying Targets with Bow and Arrow - In Flight Archery
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Recurve Bow strings Fast Flight vs 8125
Speed is always an issue for recurve archers. We look at the two popular string materials Fast Flight or BCY 652 has been a standard for recurve archers but latest trends is for recurve archers to shoot the 8125 material. We compare the speeds of both.
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Traditional Archery arrow flight characteristics with my Bear Grizzly
Here's a try at getting a visual representation of some different arrow spine flight characteristics with my traditional recurve bow. I'm shooting an unfletched Easton Axis Traditional unfletched arrow, Beman Centershot .600 spine, and a .400 spine. you can really see on the very last shot with the .400 how it really kicks nock right as soon as it clears the riser. WAY over spined for my #45 Bear Grizzly and my 29.5' draw length.
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Archery Trick Shots with Turkish Archery Equipment & Technique-I
Turkish archery is a school within Asian & Middle Eastern archery. Short, recurved composite bows are shot with thumb release. Despite the popularity of Ottoman flight archery among archery-and history enthusiasts, Turks were brilliant target shooters too. In the Archeryfield in Istanbul archers used to shoot a target called puta from distances as far as 265 m! Many sultans were depicted shooting at closer, hand-held, circular targets, probably made of wood. Shooting at closer targets with great accuracy was also reported by Ogien de Busbecq, the envoy of Habsburg dynasty in 16th century. Turkish-Ottoman bows are not easy to handle with their short length and classical no bow window design. Thumb release is harder to master than three finger release, but when mastered, it provides some advantages in the battlefield. This weapon-shooting technique combination provides great flexibility in fast shooting and in shooting in various body positions. Here are some examples...