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Lars Andersen, the Fastest Archer in the World, is Back with a New Video

January 23, 2015

Lars Andersen pulls off some impressive stunts in his newest video.

The use of quivers, sights, and a secure stance make up the foundation of modern archery. They're nonsense, says Lars Andersen, the world’s fastest archer, and he’s back with a new video highlighting incredibly cool tricks to make people rethink how they perceive the bow and arrow. Don’t try them at home, Lars filmed them in a controlled setting with professionals. http://youtu.be/BEG-ly9tQGk Viewed almost four million times, Lars’ first video from over two years ago became a...

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Video: Arrows Blowing Up Eggs, Pop, and a Light Bulb in Slow Motion

January 12, 2015

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Last week we posted a video of arrows perforating whipped cream canisters, fruit, snowglobes, and more in glorious slow-motion video. This week, the women of Archery 360 took on targets of their own. The archers shoot a variety of household objects, including eggs, a light bulb, and the ever-popular two-liter of pop. // Post by Archery 360. ...

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Video: Watch These Arrows Take on a Whipped Cream Can, a Snowglobe, and Fruit in Slow Motion

January 5, 2015

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There are some who say that everything looks cooler in slow motion, and this video by Archery 360 seems to add merit to that notion. Whether it is a can of whipped cream, some unsuspecting fruit, or even a snow globe, this montage of slow-motion shots will have you mesmerized. // Post by Archery 360. ...

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Thieves Nab 8 Rare, Antique Bows from Archery Museum

September 29, 2014

Thieves in Western Canada made off with eight rare bows from an archery shop.

Eight antique and rare bows were stolen from a museum in New Westminster, British Columbia last week. According to Global News, the bows were on display at Boorman Archery shop and museum before last Friday, when thieves smashed through a window and escaped with the valuable items. It is likely that the thieves were familiar with the prices of the bows, estimated at over $20,000, since they targeted them specifically. The museum's owner, Ron Boorman, said that the stolen bows were...

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Mobile App Aims to Make Archers More Accurate

June 11, 2014

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Full Flight Technology, maker of the Velocitip electronic arrowpoint, has plans to build a mobile app for iPhones that will make sighting-in a new bow much easier and faster. The company recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $25,000 for the project, which Full Flight Technology CEO Bob Donahoe calls the "UNO." The idea behind the app is simple: shoot the bow at a set distance, plug the bow's specs into the app, and set sight pins to match the positions the app shows. "Today, sighting-in a bow...

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Gold Tip’s Levi Morgan Wins First Leg of IBO Triple Crown

May 20, 2014

Levi Morgan takes IBO Triple Crown title.

Gold Tip shooter, Levi Morgan, came out swinging for the fence on Day 1 of first leg in the race for the IBO Triple Crown and never looked back. On the long, difficult course that gave many of the world’s best archers absolute fits, Morgan ended the tournament, held in Bedford, Indiana, with a final score of 417; he was +21 on the weekend. Fellow Gold Tip shooter and 2013 IBO Shooter of the Year, Joseph Goza, who’s been hot all season, locked onto second position, coming in 5 points behind Morgan, with a 412; Goza was +18 on the weekend.  Morgan was shooting Gold Tip’s Series 22...

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Team Easton Wins at Colombia World Cup

May 20, 2014

World’s best archers square off at world stage event.

Team Easton shooters continue to set the standard for performance after another complete Gold Medal sweep on the 2014 Archery World Cup circuit. The just-completed event in Medellin, Columbia shows the continuing domination of X10 arrows in both compound and recurve competition.  Korean earned the lion’s share of the recurve medals, taking five of the six individual titles using Easton X10. Easton Chairman, Greg Easton, states, “It was incredible to see the boost that the World Cup has brought to the highest levels...

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Advancements from Bohning Archery for the Traditional Market

May 20, 2014

The Bohning Cresting Kit.

Advancements in dipping & cresting brought to you by Bohning Archery! New for 2014 are the Bohning Professional Cresting Kit & the Dip Kit. In the past Bohning has brought you cresters, but none on the market come close to competing with the new Professional Crester. Many improvements have been made to ensure this new crester is the top of the line custom archery tool to decorate your arrows the traditional way. It offers variable speed, 220-440 RPM range on 5/16” shafts, for the perfect rotational speed every time. Features also include: flip-down reversible pattern rest (English...

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Mathews Adds Custom Performance to the Monster Chill Line

May 14, 2014

Chill X- Ultimate versatility for Hunting & 3D Target Archery.

Mathews Archery, Inc. is excited to announce a line extension to the Monster Chill Series. Two new bows – a Hybrid 3D Target/Hunting Bow, as well as a short-draw bow for women archers. Both of these models will be available at Authorized Mathews Retailers mid-May, 2014. The Chill X offers ultimate versatility for the archer who uses their bow for both hunting and 3D target archery. Measuring in at 35” axle to axle and featuring an all new AVS DYAD Cam System with enlarged perimeter weighting, the Chill X offers a solid shooting platform and a post shot feel that is superior to all...

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Bear Archery Continues Scholastic 3D Title Sponsorship

May 13, 2014

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Bear Archery a leading manufacturer of premium archery equipment including compound bows, youth archery equipment and traditional bows is proud to announce their continued support of S3DA or Scholastic 3D Archery as the title sponsor. "Rarely does an opportunity come along where you can benefit future generations while at the same time impact youth today - S3DA does just this and Bear is proud to be a Title sponsor, as it provides today's youth with archery education, mentoring, discipline, and skills needed for college and beyond. Bear is honored to be part of this legacy." Stated Steve...

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