Monthly Archives: October 2016

Make Training Fun with Archery Tic-Tac-Toe

I love different archery training methods that make my training more interesting and fun.  Plus I just love any reason to get out and shoot.  Here is a video that I found on YouTube from NUSensei.  I hope that you enjoy … Continue reading

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Traditional Archery Gear – Primitive Or Modern

Source: Stick & String Adventures Podcast – Episode 27 – Archers Roundtable The Continuing Conversation between Nick Viau – Life & Longbows  Jason Albert – Rasher Quivers Ned Miller – Crows Head Archery Jason Albert – The best decision I … Continue reading

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Union Grove Gun Show Went Great

This October 21st – 23rd, 2016 Rasher Quivers participated in a gun show.  This gun show was sponsored by Bob and Rocco’s and was held at the Racine County Fair Grounds in Union Grove, Wisconsin. My wife, Lisa, and I … Continue reading

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Traditional Archery Gear – Over-Bowed

Source: Stick & String Adventures Podcast – Episode 27 – Archers Roundtable The Continuing Conversation between Nick Viau – Life & Longbows  Jason Albert – Rasher Quivers Ned Miller – Crows Head Archery Jason Albert – My biggest thing with the … Continue reading

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Union Grove Gun Show | October 21-23

Join Rasher Quivers in Wisconsin at the Union Grove Gun Show on October 21-23.  See Rasher Quivers products up close and personal. 30% Off Website Prices at the show only Bob & Rocco Gun Show UNION GROVE GUN SHOW at … Continue reading

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Traditional Archery Gear – Pro Shop Vs. Small Shop

Source: Stick & String Adventures Podcast – Episode 27 – Archers Roundtable A Conversation between Nick Viau – Life & Longbows  Jason Albert – Rasher Quivers Ned Miller – Crows Head Archery Ned Miller – We’re going to kick it … Continue reading

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Three Arrows

Originally posted on lifeandlongbows:
I put three arrows through three deer and hung the results on the wall to honor the memory. The first was aluminum – the culmination of beginner’s luck and a newly discovered talent. It reminds me…

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