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Do Preschools and Day-care Centres need Playground Equipment?

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 Jason Walter (December 30, 2014)  A commonly held belief about play-structures is that they should only be placed in certain places, like a local park or playground. And among the list of places where it would be deemed suitable to have play-structures, one name is often forgotten or left out completely and that is preschools. Children begin to learn and pick up key aspects about interaction and other forms of useful .. (Archery)

Free Ranges That Your Child Can Use Their Youth Bows

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 Jacob Wayn (October 16, 2013)  If you live in Southern California, then you know that the selection for an archery range here is scarce. If you are looking to get your child to start shooting youth bows, then there are three places that we have found that are great for youth archery. The great thing about these places is that they all have people that are dedicating their time to teach your little ones. The ones that . (Archery)

Crossbow Hunters, Meet Chronic Wasting Disease

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 Jacob Wayn (September 25, 2013)  So you have just completed your first hunt with your crossbow. You managed to get one of one of your 22-inch arrows to pierce right through the vitals of the whitetail you had thinking about since you first saw it prancing in the distance. The day is nearing its end for hunting so as you celebrate and look at your crossbow with admiration, you think to yourself, “How am I going to . (Archery)

How to Change a Crossbow String with a Stringer?

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 Jacob Wayn (August 29, 2013)  Beginners usually have a hard time changing a crossbow string. It takes a lot of practice and patience. You landed on this page because you are looking for tips on how to change the string of a bow, right? You will need a tool to make the task easier for you: a bow stringer. When you have the basics like the bow and arrow, you need to consider the accessories to make your first hunting . (Archery)

Don’t Do it Last Minute, Prepare for Hunting Season Now!

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 Jacob Wayn (June 25, 2013)  Hunting has always been popular since ancient times. Archery in the past was not only used for combat but also for hunting game to feed the hunter and his family. Today, hunting is a popular sport for people of all ages, and one of the best methods of hunting is still with the use of bows and arrows. More and more modern equipment is being developed for bow hunters. Besides the type .. (Archery)

Crossbows versus Guns: Which is better?

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 Jacob Wayn (February 19, 2013)  Throughout the course of human history, the use of various weapons has been integral for a country, a society and even a community’s survival. Man compared to the animals that they hunted isn’t really as fast nor is he as strong, and because of this humanity learned to rely on weapons. There have also been a lot of instances where the destructiveness of the weapons that man .. (Archery)

Fantasy Football - Quite possibly the most populer online video game

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 Matilda Davison (August 03, 2012)  In fantasy football, folks take care of skilled people in an interactive digital opposition. In those people competitions, men and women act as digital professionals of football team. All of the gamers are from Countrywide football league. For a manager, our occupation would be to draft, trade and crew conduite by adding or dropping players from group. The choice of changing roster has .. (Archery)

Details and Information On Newport Cigarettes

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 Jamie Johnson (December 29, 2011)  The modern cigarette has its origins in the seventeenth century. Despite its age, it only started to see popular use in the twentieth century. In the two previous World Wars, the item was part of the rations offered to the Allied soldiers on the field. Soldiers passed their downtime by smoking. As soon as the war was over, they took the practice home with them. This is where the .. (Archery)

Extreme Sports and Adventure Tourism

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 Noel Guntan (December 24, 2011)  Sport tourism refers to travel away from one’s main residence to participate in a sport activity for recreation or competition, travel to observe sports, and travel to visit a sport attraction such as a sports complex. On the other hand, adventure tourism refers to activities and tourist spots that either do not attract or are not accessible to the majority of travelers. It may .. (Archery)

Different shapes and sizes of playing cards

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 Smith Johns (July 11, 2011)  Playing card is made up of thin cardboard, thin plastic or heavy paper. These cards are small in size just a size of palm for convenient handling. Complete set of cards is known as Deck or Pack. You will see variety of Playing Cards available in the market with different sizes, shapes and designs. Some of these are: • Cartoon characters like Betty Boop, Garfield, Pokemon, Snoopy, .. (Archery)

Junior Kart Racer Tazio Torregiani Scores Another Big Win

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 Alexa Dagostino (July 03, 2011)  Tazio Torregiani recently achieved another big junior racing win to add to his belt. The 12 year-old karting superstar from Stamford, Conn. , has been kart racing for over six years and winning junior kart racing events nationwide ever since. So far, Tazio has kicked off this season with numerous wins including his most recent triumph at the WKA Divisional New Jersey Spring Series in .. (Archery)

Stag weekends- New ways of celebrating your D-day

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 Sara Punnoose (June 29, 2010)  Chaining the groom to a lamp post event or a pub scene is not what stag weekends are anymore. It has come a long way and is different with tons of events on your D-day and lots of things to do and see. Whatever you choose to do, combined with a perfect destination is what stag weekends is all about! For planning, which is not a worry, our party planners at gobananas will provide you .. (Archery)

Guide to Selecting Recurve Arrows - Find Arrows That Match the Bow

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 Ilse Hagen (November 18, 2008)  You would find various guides on recurve arrow selection both online and offline. What each and every one of these guide to selecting recurve arrows would tell you, however, is the same. You need to find arrows that match your recurve bow perfectly. The recurve bow Recurve bows are named as such because of their unique design. These bows curve away from the archer when they are drawn. .. (Archery)

How to Make an Archery Bow

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 Ian Pennington (October 29, 2008)  Crafting a personal home-made archery bow is not as difficult as one might suspect. You don't have to be an expert wood worker in order to create a functional archery bow that can be used for hunting or recreation. There are a variety of woods that can be used in making an archery bow, such as yew, bamboo, willow, and lemon wood. Make sure that the wood you choose is about a yard in .. (Archery)

How to Make Archery Bows

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 Ian Pennington (October 22, 2008)  Archery bow making is something interesting to do when living out in the wild, going for some forest camping or for a hobby. Although you need some skill to make archery bows, it is something that can be very rewarding. How much fun will you derive taking down a deer or an antelope with the bow you made yourself? To construct a bow requires a variety of materials, depending on your .. (Archery)

You Should Invest in PSE Archery Gear

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 Mike Selvon (October 17, 2008)  The PSE archery company is one that began with a gentleman by the name of Pete Shepley and his lunch breaks. In the 1970's Mr. Shepley used to spend his lunch breaks working on the production of specialized archery equipment. Because of his persistence, PSE, or precision shooting equipment, was born and was one of the first five companies in the world to begin producing compound bows. .. (Archery)

Finding Archery Products For Bowfishing is a Challenge

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 Mike Selvon (October 07, 2008)  Locating archery products for those that like to bowfish can be a hard thing. Bowfishing is not something that many people have every heard of, but if one is looking to land a serious fish, such as an alligator gar, then a person will need to have the proper equipment. Some fish like the alligator gar, carp, and paddlefish cannot be caught with just any old fishing equipment. They must .. (Archery)

Improve Your Archery With the Help of Archery Forums

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 Mike Selvon (October 05, 2008)  In today's high tech world the best way to stay on top of your archery hobby is to be involved in one of the many archery forums that exist on the internet. These forums will help to provide you with expert advice on the best archery accessories to use in order to make your aim be straighter and more accurate. No matter if you are deer hunting or doing sports archery, you can definitely . (Archery)

Useful Tips to Help Improve Your Archery Bowhunting

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 Mike Selvon (September 24, 2008)  Archery bowhunting is a form of sport that many hunters sometimes find difficult to achieve. In order to go deer hunting using the bow one has to have a skill unlike when a person uses a rifle. If a person is new to the sport, they may not understand this and go into the woods blindly. However, if a person takes the time, they can learn many tips and tidbits of advice from experienced .. (Archery)

Archery Has Become a Great Recreational Hobby

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 Mike Selvon (September 22, 2008)  Archery is fast becoming a sport that many people are finding as a good recreational hobby. However, in the beginning of civilizations, bow hunting was a way to provide a large tribe of people with a substantial amount of food to last for long periods of time. Bow hunting is still popular, but today it is used mainly as a hobby and not necessarily as a means to survive. It has also .. (Archery)

The Five Best Things About Archery As a Family Sport

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 Betty Thomsen-Dinius (September 19, 2008)  There are few sports that can be enjoyed by every member of the family. The five best things about archery as a family sport can be summed up in one word: togetherness. Everyone in the family can benefit from the five best things about archery. 1. Archery is a sport of accuracy and concentration. Our pre-teen son had problems focusing on schoolwork. We noticed how he could focus on the . (Archery)

New Vertical Force Technology Reduces Bow Jump and Hand Shock

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 Nate Atkins (August 02, 2008)  Compound bows have taken a turn to new technology that greatly reduces the amount of jump and hand shock the bow has when shot. This new technology is called vertical limb technology. In previous versions of the compound bow the limbs where set so that when the bow was fired the limbs would shoot forward, this worked well except for the jump of the bow, as well as the hand shock within . (Archery)

Why 3D Archery Will Make You a Better Bow Hunter

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 Nate Atkins (August 02, 2008)  A 3D archery course is basically a course in which a bunch of 3D animal targets are set up in bush, in real hunting scenario positions. Each target has a heart, lung and body section. In most cases a heart shot is 10pts, a lung shot is 8 pts and a body shot is 5pts. The goal is to stand at the specific marker that has been set for that animal, and guess the distance at which the animal .. (Archery)

Ancient Archery

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 Charlotte El Amin (July 30, 2008)  Archery is one of the oldest arts still being practiced. This ancient technique dates to the Stone Age. Ancient Egyptians, possessed bow and arrows at least 5000 years ago. It became the main weapon used in warfare. Large numbers of armed archers found success on the battlefield. Archery talent contests began, sponsored by the military to promote guidance in accuracy with a bow. Ready, .. (Archery)

Archery Arm Guard How to Find You the Best One

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 Jim E. Smithson (July 29, 2008)  An archery arm guard can provide you extra safety and support in your shooting. This no small detail when you consider it is the little things that usually make the difference in great shooting and okay results. Therefore, finding an archery arm guard that is right for you is worth some serious consideration. We have put together this list of tips to help save your some time in your .. (Archery)

Archery Sights What You Need to Know Before You Buy

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 Jim E. Smithson (July 28, 2008)  All archery shooters know a good archery sight can make the difference between consistently good shooting or erratic results. Finding archery sights that meet your needs can be a challenge. We have included our tips to help save your some time in your research: 1. Beginners should start with simpler sights. Using simple sights will allow you to learn what to value in an archery sight. .. (Archery)

Archery Bows What You Really Need to Know

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 Jim E. Smithson (July 22, 2008)  Ask a dozen archery pros for tips on selecting the best bow and you will likely get a dozen different opinions. This can cause frustration in people new to the sport as they try to sift through all the advice to find an archery bow that they can be happy with. To help you with your decision process, we have put together the following tips: 1. Pick a bow to match your size. Whether you .. (Archery)

Five Reasons Why You Should Take Up Archery

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 Jim E. Smithson (July 21, 2008)  Archery Enthusiasts will tell you that you have to be a special kind of person to take up archery. After all, it would seem to be going against the grain to learn to use a weapon that has been rendered obsolete by the use of modern day guns and technology. However, if you look closer, you will find that archery offers a great deal that other sports simply lack in comparison. Although .. (Archery)

A Brief History of the Crossbow

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 Janet Ashby (July 19, 2008)  Early Use of the Crossbow Evidence suggests that the first crossbows were made towards the end of the fourth century BC in China and surrounding areas. They appear to have been first used as toys or for untended traps. Crossbows are mentioned in the famous document by Sun Tzu, The Art of War, written sometime between 500 and 300 BC and a fourth century BC document, also from China, has .. (Archery)

What You Should Know When Choosing a Broadhead

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 Nate Atkins (July 11, 2008)  Broadheads come in all kinds of shapes, sizes, and styles. With all of these different choices, and all the different marketing out there it can get pretty tough to decide on what broadheads are right for you. The truth of the matter is, is that there are a lot of really good broadheads out there and there are also a lot of junk broadheads out there. Choosing a good broadhead is .. (Archery)

How You Can Stop Killing Your Wrist With Your Bowstring

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 Nate Atkins (July 10, 2008)  If you have ever been hit with your bowstring after releasing the arrow you know what kind of pain it produces. If you have not experienced it then you are lucky and should do everything you can not to let it happen. The three biggest reasons why people get hit with their bowstrings are because of poor grip, excessive bow torque, and a draw-length that is too long. The first two .. (Archery)

The Dangers of Dry Firing a Bow

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 Nate Atkins (July 10, 2008)  Dry firing a bow is the act of shooting a bow without an arrow. While this may seem harmless to some of us who are just starting out I assure you that this can be one costly mistake. The fact of the matter is that it can happen to anyone beginner or expert for many different reasons. Whether it be from ignorance, distractions, or accidental misfire of a release it happens all the time. .. (Archery)

Different Types of Crossbows

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 Peter Yelland (July 09, 2008)  Crossbows are available at the market in many different styles, some of which are match crossbow, target crossbow, sporting crossbow and traditional replicated crossbows. Accessories consist of cases, silencers, quivers, scopes and crossbow bolts. Match crossbows are spanned with a lever and quite heavy. Such crossbows are used mainly in shooting competitions, for distances ranging .. (Archery)

Improving Your Shot Accuracy

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 Nate Atkins (June 26, 2008)  Accuracy is a major part of archery, whether you're a beginner or an advanced shooter. Archers are always trying to improve their accuracy in order to get better penetration, and of course to get bragging rights. You see it with company ads all the time. They come out with these sights and rests that have been “designed with the archer in mind", Guaranteed to make you more .. (Archery)

Bow Safety Things You Should Avoid at All Costs

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 Nate Atkins (June 26, 2008)  Archery is a fun and addictive sport, that is enjoyed by countless people. What some people tend to forget however is that while archery is fun it can be deadly as well if you're not careful and keep safety in mind. Every year there are people injured from being careless or just not knowing about the “do not's" of shooting a bow. This article will provide you with the knowledge .. (Archery)

Day One Fatigue and Frustration

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 Michal Tyra (June 25, 2008)  I hate getting up early. You know how in all those Olympic sports movies like Cutting Edge and Miracle it always seems like they enjoy getting early to train? Complete Bull! Unless your a morning person it really sucks. I rolled out of bed at about five thirty and would have given just about anything for more sleep. A shower and some breakfast did nothing to improve things. Contrary to .. (Archery)

The Basics For Archery Bows

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 Jim E. Smithson (June 21, 2008)  The archery industry offers a wide selection of bows: compound bows, traditional bows, youth bows, take-down bows, and many others. Each one has advantages and disadvantages and some are suited to one of the three major areas of archery: field archery, archery hunting, or target archery. In addition, archery bows are made by a ton of different manufacturers. With all this variety, you . (Archery)




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