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Compound Bow Basics: How NOT To Draw One!

While we have had some readers ask questions about adding archery to their preps, we feel it is our duty to provide all the information we can to make this journey a safe and enjoyable one.  Let’s talk about how you should pull back the string (draw) on your new compound bow.

Compound Bow: Proper Fitting

We are continuing our discussion on archery and beginning tips. If you are thinking about adding archery as a skill in your preparedness program, please make sure to take the appropriate steps to get yourself and loved ones ready for an enjoyable experience. While some folks may become overwhelmed at first, we have found that sticking with the basics will help any new archer be successful (and less stressed) when starting out.

Bow Sighting 101

We have recently touched a little on archery and the different types of bows. You are probably asking why are you guys talking about archery so much, well there is a method to our madness. But in the meantime, we would like to pass on information we feel is vital to our readers who are interested in adding archery to their preparedness program.

How To Shoot A Compound Bow

I feel archery is one of the most overlooked skills when it comes to prepping. Most folks feel that have an adequate supply of firearms and ammunition will be what it takes to survive a SHTF scenario. This is a false sense of security and I want to make you think outside the box.