Gary Cornum, Marketing Director for Easton, sat down with friend Bob Robb to talk about where Easton is today in the world of archery and which direction the company is heading.
Mathews® Archery, Inc. is excited to announce the launch of their two new bows with all-new NO CAM ST™ Technology. Superior accuracy is possible by using two circular and concentric string tracks creating a balanced system of a smooth draw cycle and straight level nock travel.
Here’s a great novelty shoot for all archers who are just starting off! Everything needed to make this Robinhood arrow can be found at home. The point of the shoot is to aim in the center of this DIY arrow. The ending product is a Robinhood that does not ruin your actual arrows. This is also good practice that helps beginners become more accurate in their shooting.
Halloween is coming up, try some of these Halloween themed archery shoots! These shoots are fun for both kid and adult archers. Whether you are first time shooters or professionals, these shoots are a fun way to test your skills!
Seattle, Washington Children’s book empowers young girls to “Try Something New!” is the subtitle of Addy’s first book. A book about a real girl with real dreams and adventures in Archery. Addison “Archer Addy” Nachtrieb, an 11 year old female National Champion archer and two time Washington State Junior Olympic Champion, releases the first book in her Archer Addy book series on Amazon.com and Kindle.
Easton Field at the NFAA Yankton Archery Center was the spot to be if you wanted to see the top outdoor target archers in the country this past weekend. October 4th-5th, 2014 was the first annual National Outdoor Target Championships. Over 100 archers were faced with three distances, 60-50-40 yards.
Rachel Wesbrock ensured that her father’s long-awaited championship wasn’t wasted. Wesbrock, a youth archer from northern Illinois, followed up her father, Jason’s, national title with one of her own Sunday during the final round of the inaugural National Field Archery Association (NFAA) Outdoor National Target Championships in Yankton. And so, they were both able to hoist silver bowl trophies during Sunday’s awards ceremony.
The National Field Archery Association is going back to its roots. Founded in 1939, the Yankton-based organization is well known for its field and 3D tournaments, but is reaching back to the past when target archery was the popular discipline.
The Ted Nugent Kamp For Kids rolled into Yankton’s National Field Archery Association (NFAA) Easton Archery Center Sunday for the fifth straight year along with its namesake — rocker Ted Nugent. But Nugent says the camp is about the lessons both kids and parents can learn from acquiring and teaching outdoor skills.
For whatever reason, Paige Pearce never really seemed to fare well in Yankton. That all changed Friday for the 19-year-old professional archer from Red Bluff, California. Pearce, one of the top female shooters in the United States, set a new world during Friday’s final round of the International Field Archery Association (IFAA) World Field Championships in Yankton. She shot a score of 559, out of a possible 560, in a 112-arrow hunter round.