Tuning Tips for the Target Toxophilite

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by George Tekmitchov, Sr Engineer/Target Product Manager   The world’s best recurve shooters rely on the bare shaft planing method for tuning purposes for several reasons- the most important of which is, it works! However, unsurprisingly, the degree to which it works depends heavily upon shooter consistency and the consistency of the test method. Following […]

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Easton A/C/C- Still One of the Greatest Carbon Arrow Shafts Ever

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Easton originated carbon arrows all the way back in 1982, after more than a decade of development.  Until then, Easton X7 aluminum shafts won the Olympic Games in 1972, when archery returned to the modern games, as well as in 1976, and 1980.  Easton’s first carbon A/C shafts were used to win the 1984 Olympic […]

Easton Archery-New Deep Six Colors

New Colors For Deep Six Nocks

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Easton’s Proven Deep Six Nocks Now Available in Target Colors for Compound Competition Superb durability and accuracy for higher-energy compound target setups Easton’s Deep Six Nocks feature a compound-compatible large throat design, stiffer, shorter configuration, and extreme durability as well as unmatched precision.  As a result, for a decade now Deep Six nocks have been […]

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Easton Pro Steve Anderson Wins Redding

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REDDING, CA April 7 2017- Easton Pro Staff shooter Steve Anderson knew he had no margin for error as it came down to the last arrow at the prestigious Redding Trail Shoot. Two opponents, gusty winds and an orange dot at 88 yards away, with a one arrow shoot-off to decide the winner. “Trust myself […]

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Another New Record for Mauro Nespoli and X10

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At the Italian National Team Trials this past weekend in Italy, Olympian Mauro Nespoli set a new Italian record (and Europe’s first 690+ score) with an outstanding 692/720 recurve 70M round. Using his X10 325 size shafts, Mauro bested the rest of the field in very severe weather conditions- rain and gusty winds- which made his […]

Easton Weight Codes- Sorting Out the Mystery

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By George Tekmitchov, Easton Sr. Engineer/Target Product Manager When it comes to finger shooting recurve bows, there is no more important arrow specification than arrow spine. Yes, weight and straightness are very important.  But, consistent, correct arrow spine for each and every arrow being shot from a particular setup is paramount to grouping performance. The reason […]

 
 
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