Learning Archery

Learning Archery
Learning Archery

Learning Archery

A 3D Archery and Field Archery Self Assessment

Seven Habits of Highly Successful Archers

Acquiring a Longbow

An Archery Glossary

Ancient Steel Archery Bows

Archery Then and Now

The Benefits of Archery

Buying your First Bow for Archery

Clout Archery

Different Archery Stances

Errors in Archery Stance

Getting Started in Archery

How To Choose Archery Arrows

How To Start Out in Archery

How to Stop Hitting Your Arm when Shooting in Archery

Keeping Your Archery Gear in Shape for Hunting

Kyudo Archery

Learn about Archery Bows

Modern Archery Equipment

Some Archery History

Some Things you Need to Know When Selecting a Bow

The Compound Bow in Archery

The Sling and the Bow Hand in Archery

The Ten Basic Steps in Archery Shooting

What is Competitive Archery?

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A winter sport is a sport which is played on snow or ice. Most such sports are variations of skiing, ice skating and sledding. Traditionally such sports were only played in cold areas during winter, but artificial snow and ice allow more flexibility. Common individual sports include cross-country skiing, Alpine skiing, snowboarding, ski jumping, speed skating, figure skating, luge, skeleton, bobsleigh and snowmobiling. Common team sports include ice hockey, curling and bandy. Winter sports often have their own multi-sport tournaments, such as the Winter Olympic Games. More articles about Winter Sports

Archery is the art, practice, or skill of propelling arrows with the use of a bow, from Latin arcus. Historically, archery has been used for hunting and combat, while in modern times, its main use is that of a recreational activity. A person who participates in archery is typically known as an "archer" or "bowman", and one who is fond of or an expert at archery can be referred to as a "toxophilite".

Using archery to take game animals is known as "bow hunting". Bow hunting differs markedly from hunting with firearms, as the distances between the hunter and the game are much shorter in order to ensure a humane kill. The skills and practices of bow hunting therefore emphasize very close approach to the prey, whether by still hunting, stalking, or waiting in a blind or tree stand. In many countries, including much of the United States, bow hunting for large and small game is legal. Bow hunters generally enjoy longer seasons than are allowed with other forms of hunting such as black powder, shotgun, or rifle. Usually, compound bows are used for large game hunting and may feature fiber optic sights and other enhancements. Using a bow and arrow to take fish is known as "bow fishing".

Learning Archery

Learning Archery

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