The Barebow


Charles' Archery Blog

Often when the word barebow comes up we imagine a bow that is akin to the word. Meaning a bow that is bare. Many imagine a wooden bow with not a thing on it. Naked, you might say, or as the Italians say il arco nudo.

In competitive circles, particularly in Europe where shooting the barebow classes is more popular than here in the US,  a dedicated barebow is more often than not an aluminum riser complete with elevated rest and plunger that resembles a modern Olympic bow.

What makes them different? Well to answer that we must first regress and get into rules and organizations a bit. Just a bit.. As getting into this deeply can be an exercise of frustration.

There are many governing archery bodies like FITAIFAA, and NFAA, their rules for barebows differ but for the most part they revolve around some basic elements of this…

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