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Best Way to improve your ARCHERY skills!

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Best Way to improve your ARCHERY skills!

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Hi, my name is Lilly and I like spending time in nature to practice my survival and bushcraft skills. This is a holistic survival channel which means that besides wilderness survival I also do modern survival videos. Sometimes I use modern tools which people might have at hand in a real survival situation. Also all of my videos are pre-recorded, which mean that they do not get released immediately after I film then. That is why seasons in the video can differ from actual seasons. Thanks for watching ~ Survival Lilly

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7 thoughts on “Best Way to improve your ARCHERY skills!

  1. do you workout to get definition in your arms like that or does practicing at bows make you strong like that? Or maybe both

  2. Hello Lilly, I see all the ‘experts’ are here. I used to beat for a gamekeeper and at the end of the season there was ‘beaters day. I won’t go into the pros and cons of that sport, suffice to say that it’s not what most people think. What did surprise me was that often there was only one pellet just below the skin and the bird died instantly. I did shoot a lot of rabits with myxomatosis, terrible cruelty to introduce that to Europe from South America. It was not an Englishman by the way. Fancy a go with a longbow, they went up to about 180 lb pull – 83 Kg – 800 N (see Wikipedia). I bet you would have a go but it’s doubtful anyone now could pull 180lb. I have trouble with the skin on a rice pudding.

  3. Did a an archery park like that last spring with my atlatl. It was very hard to thread the 7 foot dart through the trees but was so much fun. You had some great kill shots. Great concentration!

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