- About Archery
- Compound Bow Shooting
- How To Make Things
- Mental Training
- How To Shoot,Technical and Performance
- Traditional Archery
- Interest and Collectors
Big Paperback by Simon Needham. 224 pages of information from Simon; who has been for some years a top Recurve Archer including representing the UK at World and Olympic shoots. Information for beginners through to top archers. Many photos and illustrations.
A follow on from the 2nd and 3rd edition providing an in depth and progressive instruction routine with many illustrations for each phase of the shot, including sighting and aiming, shooting form and positive anchoring.
Excellent book on all the aspects of setting up accessories on your bow and keeping them maintained. Full of excellent illustrations.
An easy to read paperback book with colourful illustrations: Perfect for the newcomer to the sport
An insight into all aspects of Korean Traditional Archery
Original brochure from the Young Yip Bow & Arrow Museum: Great book for Korean Archery enthusiasts
Everything you need to know about bow building from the Stone Age to today
Paperback by Larry Wise. Well known Pro compound shot in USA and good teacher of how to shoot well with a compound. Freshly updated. The info is good and teaches the principles of how to set up a compound for the most forgiving shooting.
Paperback book with 80 pages of information on how to make a longbow. Many photos and illustrations.
Paperback Book 379 pages, 103,536 words with many photos and illustrations.
Paperback Book 63 pages, a good historical coverage of the archer in battle during this period
Hardback by Dan Bertalan. Over 500 pages and includes more than 200 photos
Three paperback books by Pip Bickerstaffe:
A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO SHOOTING TRADITIONAL ARCHERY EQUIPMENT FOR ALL TYPES OF ARCHERY
Spiral bound book, so it lays open easily, 174 pages and lots of illustrations.
By Teresa Johnson. A comprehensive overview, Archery Fundamentals is perfect for those new to the sport
A paperback title covering Denise's story of fame and stardom as a 14 year old Olympic Medal Winner