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Straight Shooters Archery Academy Indoor Round
Posted On 11/07/2015
Advanced Archery's Straight Shooting Academy archers (in the Silver and Golden Arrows classes) celebrated the end of its first term with a great day of shooting at Mountain Green Indoor archery range last Saturday. Archers put into practice all it had learnt over the last 10 weeks and tried their first ever round of indoor archery. Archers all commented on how much fun the shoot was and Head Coach Robert Turner was so impressed with how well all the archers handled their first shoot.
Read 334 times
Turkey Anatomy and Proper Arrow Placement
Posted On 27/05/2015
Have you ever struggled with shot placement on turkeys while bowhunting? Don't let all those feathers fool you. Check out this video brought to you by Hoyt and Gone Wild Outdoors on the anatomy and proper arrow placement in order to put more turkeys in your freezer.
Read 250 times
A NoseJammer Experience
Posted On 28/02/2015
A Nose Jammer Experience In September 2014 Kevin had these two mule deer come under his stand when elk hunting in Colorado.
Read 535 times
Advanced Archery has moved!
Posted On 25/09/2014
We're excited! Drum roll please.....after almost 19 years in the T.A.R.D.I.S at the bottom of the garden Advanced Archery has moved.
Read 1244 times
Archery in Schools National Champs
Posted On 01/07/2014
The National Archery in the Schools Programme (NASP) will hold the inaugural NZ National Championship on August 16, 2014.
Read 710 times
Straight Shooters Archery Acadmey Classes
Posted On 09/05/2014
Archery is the 'in thing' right now. If you've got kids running around acting out The Hunger Games, Arrow, Brave, the Hobbit or any of the many Hollywood archery themes around right now, seize the moment to get them off the couch and into a new sport! And even better, you can join in with them because we also have classes for adults.
Read 936 times
Why ducks see electromagnetic fields and humans don't....
Posted On 28/04/2014
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:
Read 1469 times
Trophy Taker Shuttle-T Broadheads
Posted On 28/03/2014
The Shuttle T broadhead from Trophy Taker (also makers of the Trophy Taker drop-away rest) is particularly well designed and thought out. A sign a product will be good for New Zealand conditions is if it’s makers are elk hunters...
Read 859 times
Copper John Deadnuts Mark IV Slider Sight
Posted On 28/03/2014
Copper John has manufactured sights since 1999 and has made a name for themselves by making high quality and extremely durable hunting sights. Copper John has manufactured sights since 1999 and has made a name for themselves by making high quality and extremely durable hunting sights.
Read 740 times
Final Round of the Kiwi 3D, 2014
Posted On 13/03/2014
The final Kiwi 3D Round is looming, 11th of May at Massey.
Read 915 times
Straight Shooters Archery Academy Indoor Round
Posted On 11/07/2015
Advanced Archery's Straight Shooting Academy archers (in the Silver and Golden Arrows classes) celebrated the end of its first term with a great day of shooting at Mountain Green Indoor archery range last Saturday. Archers put into practice all it had learnt over the last 10 weeks and tried their first ever round of indoor archery. Archers all commented on how much fun the shoot was and Head Coach Robert Turner was so impressed with how well all the archers handled their first shoot.
Read 334 times
Turkey Anatomy and Proper Arrow Placement
Posted On 27/05/2015
Have you ever struggled with shot placement on turkeys while bowhunting? Don't let all those feathers fool you. Check out this video brought to you by Hoyt and Gone Wild Outdoors on the anatomy and proper arrow placement in order to put more turkeys in your freezer.
Read 250 times
A NoseJammer Experience
Posted On 28/02/2015
A Nose Jammer Experience In September 2014 Kevin had these two mule deer come under his stand when elk hunting in Colorado.
Read 535 times
Advanced Archery has moved!
Posted On 25/09/2014
We're excited! Drum roll please.....after almost 19 years in the T.A.R.D.I.S at the bottom of the garden Advanced Archery has moved.
Read 1244 times
Archery in Schools National Champs
Posted On 01/07/2014
The National Archery in the Schools Programme (NASP) will hold the inaugural NZ National Championship on August 16, 2014.
Read 710 times
Straight Shooters Archery Acadmey Classes
Posted On 09/05/2014
Archery is the 'in thing' right now. If you've got kids running around acting out The Hunger Games, Arrow, Brave, the Hobbit or any of the many Hollywood archery themes around right now, seize the moment to get them off the couch and into a new sport! And even better, you can join in with them because we also have classes for adults.
Read 936 times
Why ducks see electromagnetic fields and humans don't....
Posted On 28/04/2014
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:
Read 1469 times
Trophy Taker Shuttle-T Broadheads
Posted On 28/03/2014
The Shuttle T broadhead from Trophy Taker (also makers of the Trophy Taker drop-away rest) is particularly well designed and thought out. A sign a product will be good for New Zealand conditions is if it’s makers are elk hunters...
Read 859 times
Copper John Deadnuts Mark IV Slider Sight
Posted On 28/03/2014
Copper John has manufactured sights since 1999 and has made a name for themselves by making high quality and extremely durable hunting sights. Copper John has manufactured sights since 1999 and has made a name for themselves by making high quality and extremely durable hunting sights.
Read 740 times
Final Round of the Kiwi 3D, 2014
Posted On 13/03/2014
The final Kiwi 3D Round is looming, 11th of May at Massey.
Read 915 times
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