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The Recurve

Posted on June 23, 2011

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be posting videos on how to set up a recurve. This is a really great series that shows some tips and techniques that I’ve learned over the years that will help you be a better traditional archer.

Now anyone who has ever switched from a compound to a recurve knows that it’s no easy task. But with some practice and learning how to properly shoot one, harvesting any animal with a traditional piece of archery equipment can be one of the most rewarding trophies in a lifetime.

I’m really excited about this series and look forward to getting your feedback on what you think.

Comments

Jason Horan on June 23, 2011 said:

own both a compound and recurve, but am switching back to the recurve tired of all the Hi- Tech crap, so really want to learn on the set-up issues.

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on June 23, 2011 said:

Switched to recurve last season and won't ever go back, love shooting it and hunting with it so much more rewarding. Pretty cool that somebody finally dedicated a show to traditional archery. Looking forward to seeing it!

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on June 23, 2011 said:

Started out shooting longbow and recurve , Never shot a compound until the late 80's Went back to a recurve and longbow in early 90's. Looking forward to your videos Thanks

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on June 23, 2011 said:

I've been hunting with a recurve for 16 yrs now and would recommend everyone try it at least once. You have to be dedicated and if killing is your game it's not for you!

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on June 23, 2011 said:

Never shot a recurve but ima buy myself a compound bow this year im hoping to learn how to shoot it well so that i then can go and buy a awesome recurve

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on June 24, 2011 said:

Is Hoyt pushing you to sell recurves?None of you guys hunt seriouslly with one .So what gives?Show me some commitment next season and I'll bellieve you

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on August 18, 2011 said:

I would be very interested in videos on setting up recurve bows.

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on January 24, 2012 said:

Recurve is just as good to hunt with as a compound. Ask Fred bear and how many animals in the world he killed with one. I'm getting my Black Widow in about 6 weeks and can't wait. But my Hoyt Huntmaster 50# recurve that is 25 years old still carries a punch even at 60 yrds. Can't wait to see the Recurve Videos. Thanks for all the past ones.

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on February 05, 2012 said:

i have a recurve and i was being lazy and tried to put the string on buy bending on the floor instead of going and getting my bow stringer and twisted the limb is there anyway to straight it out or do i have to go get a new limb

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 25, 2012 said:

The recurve series was very fascinating. I've discovered the tips and techniques of this post useful and pretty excited to new update. Thanks

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 29, 2012 said:

I enjoyed learning about recurve. I think that video lesson is very informative and easy to realize everything. Thus I'll look forward for next season. Thanks http://www.supergames.in.th/

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on April 04, 2012 said:

Thanks for sharing valuable lesson about set up a recurve. Franklsy saying this series makes me better traditional archer. Thanks mate. smile http://www.barryspizza.com/

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 16, 2012 said:

I shoot both a recurve and a compound but I greatly prefer my recurve. Its great to see a pro staffer like you taking time to shoot traditional gear.
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