Posted February 28, 2020 10:45 pm by Comments

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No one could have explained the art of archery better than Maurice Thompson.

His book, The Witchery of Archery, contains great inspirational stories and practical lessons for those eager to sharpen their skills on an arrow. At one point, the legend says, “But you must be patient and careful; nor should you expect to become an accomplished archer without long and severe training.”

Struggle in this realm is a prerequisite. Initially, you may feel ridiculously excited to get your hands on the bow. However, all that thrill and passion isn’t worth it if you are not ready to exhaust yourself. Attaining mastery in all artistic pursuits need motivation and labor.

With that said, it is a basic requirement that you enlighten yourself first. Do not let the adrenaline rush of holding a bow take the best of you. Know the basics so you can sort each step with ease. Below, we have listed some essentials you must know before you start flinging those arrows.

Let’s have a look:

Two types of bows

Recurve bows

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