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Archery. Bows. Compound Bows. Recurve Bows. In class we use these two types of bows. Cams & Wheels. Unlike a recurve bow, a compound doesn’t have nocks. A compound uses cams and wheels which are the source of arrow speed. Arrows. Arrows & Tips.

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Archery


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Bows

Compound Bows

Recurve Bows

In class we use these two types of bows


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Cams & Wheels

Unlike a recurve bow, a compound doesn’t have nocks. A compound uses cams and wheels which are the source of arrow speed.


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Arrows


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Arrows & Tips

Broadheads are razor sharp and are used strictly for hunting.

Field points, or target points, are used for competition and practice.


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Archery Tackle

Arm guards

Finger tabs

quivers


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More Tackle

Sights are helpful when shooting a compound bow. These sights are equippedwith fiber-optic pins.

Arrow rests

Mechanical Releases


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The Target

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4

Values


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Nock/Draw/Anchor Point

A properly aligned a kisser button (anchor point) and peep sight.

A compound bow at full draw.

A properly nocked and rested arrow.


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Stance

Standing with your side to the target, feet are shoulder width apart. The head is turned ¼ turn toward the target.


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Nocking

Placement of the arrow in shooting position on the bowstring. Lay the arrow shaft on the arrow rest and place the nock in the bowstring at the serving. The cock feather is up. The arrow forms a 90* angle with the bow.


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Draw

Turn the bow perpendicular to the ground. Using a three finger grip and the tips of the fingers; pull the bowstring to an anchor point on the face or head.


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Anchor Point

Placement of the draw hand at the cheek bone, the jaw bone, temple or some other comfortable spot on the face or head. Once the anchor point is established, do not change it, use it for every shot. This will add consistency to your shots.


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Release and Follow Through

Following a motionless second at the anchor point, relax the fingers on the bowstring, allowing the string to roll off the fingertips.

Fingers remain at the anchor point as the arrow flies to the target. Remain motionless until the arrow has come to rest in the target.


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Are you ready to test your Archery knowledge?


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The name for all things archery.

Equipment

Stuff

Tackle


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OOPS

You can

do this

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BULLSEYE


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This is used to protect the archer’s forearm.

Arm guard

Finger tab

Quiver


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OOPS

You can

do this

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BULLSEYE


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This is used to protect the archer’s fingers when they release the string.

Arm guard

Finger tab

Quiver


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OOPS

You can

do this

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BULLSEYE


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A receptacle designed to hold or carry arrows.

Guard

Quiver

Tabs


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OOPS

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do this

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BULLSEYE


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The two feathers that are the same color on the arrow.

Cock

Fletching

Hen


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OOPS

You can

do this

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BULLSEYE


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The one odd colored feather that helps align the arrow on the bow.

Cock

Fletching

Hen


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OOPS

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do this

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BULLSEYE


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The center ring of the target.

Bullseye

End

Nock


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OOPS

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do this

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BULLSEYE


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The area outside the last circle on the target; this area scores a hit but does not score a point.

Bullseye

Crest

Petticoat


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OOPS

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do this

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BULLSEYE


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The six arrows used for scoring purposes.

Crest

End

Tackle


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OOPS

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do this

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BULLSEYE


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Standing with your side to the target, feet are shoulder width apart. The head is turned ¼ turn toward the target.

Stance

Nocking

Draw

Anchor Point

Release

Follow Through


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OOPS

You can

do this

TRY AGAIN


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BULLSEYE


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Placement of the arrow in shooting position on the bowstring. Lay the arrow shaft on the arrow rest and place the nock in the bowstring at the serving. The cock feather is up. The arrow forms a 90* angle with the bow.

Stance

Nocking

Draw

Anchor Point

Release

Follow Through


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OOPS

You can

do this

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BULLSEYE


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Turn the bow perpendicular to the ground. Using a three finger grip and the tips of the fingers; pull the bowstring to an anchor point on the face or head.

Stance

Nocking

Draw

Anchor Point

Release

Follow Through


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OOPS

You can

do this

TRY AGAIN


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BULLSEYE


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Placement of the draw hand at the cheek bone, the jaw bone, temple or some other comfortable spot on the face or head. Once this is established, do not change it, use it for every shot. This will add consistency to your shots.

Stance

Nocking

Draw

Anchor Point

Release

Follow Through


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OOPS

You can

do this

TRY AGAIN


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BULLSEYE


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Following a motionless second at the anchor point, relax the fingers on the bowstring, allowing the string to roll off the fingertips.

Stance

Nocking

Draw

Anchor Point

Release

Follow Through


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OOPS

You can

do this

TRY AGAIN


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BULLSEYE


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Fingers remain at the anchor point as the arrow flies to the target. Remain motionless until the arrow has come to rest in the target, of course.

Stance

Nocking

Draw

Anchor Point

Release

Follow Through


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OOPS

You can

do this

TRY AGAIN


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BULLSEYE


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CONGRATULATIONS

You now know a lot about archery

Good Luck on your PE Archery Test!


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