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 firstname.lastname@example.org and he will provide a response in short order.
The host is Steve Ruis, former Secretary of the ITAA.
Send your questions to: email@example.com.
Tag Archives: nock shift
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