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Making Archery Tackle as a Hobby

Every archer should also be something of a craftsman. He should at least be able to make minor repairs to his gear. He ought to know how to whip a bowstring, how to re-tiller his bow, how to put on a needed feather or re-head his arrows. If you want to get all the fun possible out of this Sport of Archery, you should investigate the handicraft aspect of making bows and arrows. The writer strongly recommends that everyone seriously intending to make Archery his hobby, learn to make his own bows, arrows and accessories. There is genuine satisfaction in making your own tackle. To see a shaft made by your own hands, speed from a bow fashioned on your own workbench, gives you a bit of sound, honest happiness. The joy of creating is real and lasting.