New developments in animal research show how ducks and other birds “see” electromagnetic fields and why humans don’t. This excerpt from a recent edition of The Economist magazine’s Science and Technology section reveals the science behind the discovery: IMAGINE swarms of aircraft all trying to land together on a small...

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By Carol Watson
FOC (Front of Centre) is a term used to describe the balance point of an arrow. If you've been trying to unravel the importance of FOC in your set up and not found a clear cut answer we can help.

FOC (Front of Centre) is a term used to describe the balance point of an arrow. If you've been trying to unravel the importance of FOC in your set up and not found a clear cut answer we can help. Kevin asked former USA Archery Team Head Coach Tim Strickland...

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By Vincent Rayneau
To fire a bow without an arrow is called a Dry Fire. The energy you have stored in the bow by drawing it would normally be transferred to the arrow, sending it on it's way to the target. If there is no arrow, that energy has nowhere to go. Bad things can happen, usually the string will derail, cams can break, limbs can break, peeps fly off. It's a bad deal!

To fire a bow without an arrow is called a Dry Fire. The energy you have stored in the bow by drawing it would normally be transferred to the arrow, sending it on it's way to the target. If there is no arrow, that energy has nowhere to go. Bad...

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By Vincent Rayneau
Is your bow covered by a lifetime manufacturers warranty - and can you get any warranty repair issues sorted out asap right here in NZ?

Is your bow covered by a lifetime manufacturers warranty - and can you get any warranty repair issues sorted out asap right here in NZ? We are the NZ exclusive Distributors for Mathews, Mission, G5 Prime, G5 Quest and Hoyt bows. We can look after warranty issues for any of these bows if you are...

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By Vincent Rayneau
One of the most noticeable differences between shooting a bow and shooting a rifle is usually you get your projectile (the arrow) back. It is a great plus being able to recycle 100% of your projectile instantly and being able to do so dozens of times at no cost makes your shooting quite economic. Unfortunately nothing lasts forever and eventually, you will wear out your arrows. This can take some time and the wear and tear on then is not always apparent.

One of the most noticeable differences between shooting a bow and shooting a rifle is usually you get your projectile (the arrow) back. It is a great plus being able to recycle 100% of your projectile instantly and being able to do so dozens of times at no cost makes...

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By Carol Watson
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