ITAA Official Archery Parents Blog!
This blog has been adopted by the Illinois Target Archery Association (ITAA) to serve as a help to parents of youths participating in archery. To find a subject, just click on the term in the word cloud (below) and if you don’t find the answer to your question, send an email to email@example.com and he will provide a response in short order.
The host is Steve Ruis, former Secretary of the ITAA.
Send your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Category Archives: Archery Equipment
Archers believe a lot of things that are just not true and they will convince you of these things with you if you aren’t careful. We can’t possibly go into all of them but we can look at a few. … Continue reading
Note I apologize for the length of this post but this is a very common question archery parents ask and the answer isn’t simple. SPR * * * I can’t tell you how many times I have been asked about … Continue reading
My daughter’s arrows are flying to the left; could a nock that is too tight cause this? She has a 16-strand bowstring of BCY 8125G with 0.021 Halo serving material. Bowstrings are oscillating left-right as they approach the bow. (You … Continue reading
To introduce a beginner to a target sight it is best to show them … Start by attaching the sight block to her bow and then install and set up the sight correctly (you may need to consult the directions—sight … Continue reading