Learning to use a compound bow?

May 28, 2010 by Bowhunter  
Filed under Compound Bow

Orange asked:


I am interested in taking an archery class, but I’m not sure how to go about doing it. Anyone familiar with this sport. I am particularly interested in learning how to use a compound bow. I am in the New York / NJ area.

Is there perhapse a website where I can look up local classes? I haven’t been able to find anything useful so far.

Thanks in advance.

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2 Responses to “Learning to use a compound bow?”
  1. Hair Growth Products

    Find an archery range. There are clubs all over where members would relish showing you about the bow and how to set it up. It may even be worth paying a little extra at a range for a bow and matched arrows with a mechanical release. Using site pins makes it a rapid learning curve. It is important to have a set point on your cheek that you draw to each time so you are consistent.

    Good luck.

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    Go to. It has a page with listing of clubs/coaches by state. There should be quite a lot of clubs on that list that offer instruction specific for compound. The majority of the clubs there, though, will start you off with a recurve. Which is not all that bad. Once you’ve learned how to shoot the recurve, about 90% of that knowledge will translate to compound.

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