A few inches makes a huge difference. It's worth the weight. We look at why knowing your draw weight is important, measuring it using a bow scale, and calculating draw weight using estimation and formulas.
An arrow bends during its flight towards the target – it’s not as straight as it looks in real time. Lexi Keller explains why archers paradox occurs and what the effect is on the arrow, and how archers shoot.
A recurve archer’s anchor point is the solid base from which he or she launches an arrow towards the target. Naomi Folkard and Crispin Duenas explain the key aspects of finding an anchor point, and what keeps shots consistent.