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An incorporated society affiliated to FITA (Federation Internationale de Tir a l'Arc), promoting and organising archery in New Zealand.
http://www.archerynz.co.nz ~ Details
Suppliers of bowhunting, bowfishing, field, target and school archery needs. Services include bow tuning, repairs and maintenance, and coaching.
http://www.archery.co.nz ~ Details
Information, membership, calendar, results, and photographs.
http://www.archerychch.co.nz ~ Details
Information and tournament results, news and a photo album. Based in Waitakere City, Auckland.
http://www.masseyarchery.co.nz ~ Details
An equestrian sport combining riding skills and traditional archery techniques. Includes history, gallery, instruction and local contacts.
http://www.horsebackarchery.co.nz ~ Details
By-arrangement archery organisation offering instruction, coaching and competition.
http://www.archeryadventures.co.nz ~ Details
Choosing the right archery bow is a very personal choice, but a very important one. Many factors come into play, and fortunately there are many different bows available on the market for you to choose from. Choosing the correct bow will greatly increase your comfort while shooting, and will increase your accuracy. The correct bow for you should have the proper draw weight and draw length. This means that it will draw back far enough (but not too far!) and with the proper amount of tension.
With all the technology in archery going on today, one of the most important devices on your compound bow is the arrow rest. Many bowhunters have problems while trying to perfect their arrow flight when using broadheads, even though their arrows have been spined correctly and there are no mechanical problems with their bow. You’ve paper tested your arrow and you cannot get rid of the wobble. The problem, more often than not, is contact with your arrow fletching with your arrow rest.