Archery | Easton QH100 Hip Quiver Review

It’s hard to do archery without coming across Easton, and for those looking for a quality quiver, Easton has lots. Ranging from basic arrow sleeves and tubes to high-end luxury quiver designs, there’s something for everyone in the Easton inventory. Today we’ll be taking a look at something in the high-middle end of the price […]

Archery | Stance

Hi guys, this is NUSensei. Today we’re going to be covering the topic of stance in archery. Stance is the foundation of the shot. Not only does it provide stability and comfort, but many problems in the shot process can be caused by incorrect stance. Stance should be one of the first things that a […]

Archery | Scoring Errors

[shhh-thunk] For those of you followed the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen, you may have come across one of the biggest upsets ever seen. There were some surprises, for example, the bottom seeded Ukrainian team actually won the championship, but the one I’m talking about was something much bigger and much more controversial. This was […]

Archery Popshots | Mordhau

Welcome to Archery Popshots, a series in which I, as a real archer, critique archery in video games. For lovers of gruesome medieval combat who aren’t watching this video in 2012, you’re probably already on the battlefields of Mordhau. A spiritual successor and a much improved upgrade to the acclaimed Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, Mordhau brings […]

Archery Popshots | Total War: Shogun 2

The Sengoku Jidai, the Warring States period. A time of sword and samurai. To live by the sword, and to die by the sword. That is the setting of Creative Assembly’s strategy game, Shogun 2: Total War. If our daimyo is to become shogun – military ruler of all Japan – you must understand the […]

Archery | Fivics Saker 1 Finger Tab Review

Hey guys, this is NUSensei. Today, I’ll be taking a look at the Fivics Saker 1 Finger Tab. Fivics was the most popular brand of finger tab used by Olympians in the 2016 Rio Games. Although there are many different Fivics tabs, the distinctive Saker tab is frequently seen in the hands of top archers. […]

Archery | Around the World Challenge

Hey guys, this is NuSensei. Today I’d like to share a game that we’ve been playing at our club for the past few weeks. I call this “around the world”, and it’s suitable for two players. Our particular set-up uses four sets of bug’s eyes 20cm field targets, although any target type can be used. […]

Archery Popshots | Diablo II

While the original Diablo was the genesis of a massive franchise, most people cut their teeth with Diablo 2 and its expansion, Lord of Destruction. Diablo 2, along with StarCraft and later WarCraft 3 were the cornerstones of the Battle.net experience, with many hours spent doing Baal runs to grind experience and running Pindleskin to […]

Archery | Making Bowstrings – String Material

There’s a difference between these strings, and it’s not colour. Now many people want to get into making bow string thinking “Man, I really want to make this awesome red bow string.” And we go online, and then you see this: Wh… wha… what the heck is all this? What’s BCY? What’s dyneema? How much […]

Archery Popshots | Far Cry Primal

With the announcement and upcoming release of Far Cry: New Dawn, a post-apocalyptic spinoff, now would be a good time to head in the opposite direction. For fans of primitive archery, you can’t get much more primitive than Fry Cry: Primal. Set in the fictional European region of Oros, Primal puts players into the hide […]