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  1. Archery for the Physically Challenged
    I have been shooter for a long time as a visually impaired archer using a round sight pin that covers the target for me. I cannot see the centre dot or anything like that and when I aim both the target and sight receptacle are blurred no matter how I try to focus. So I have decided to use a...
  2. Archery for the Physically Challenged
    Figured other disabled people would understand the pain issue with trying to get my form perfect so, tell me what you see I could fix. I have a video and no clue how to upload it as well some extra pointers on forum usage would be awesome!
  3. Archery for the Physically Challenged
    Hi all I was wondering about wheelchair archers and the wheelchairs they use. If you are like myself a disabled archer or know a disabled archer that shoots from a wheelchair I have a few questions: 1. Do you use a specific wheelchair besides your everyday chair and if so what type (active...
  4. WELCOME! New User Forum
    I am getting back into archery after yes of being away. I gave up the bow years ago to hunt late season muzzleloader here in Pa. In January of 2011 I was paralyzed on the operating table during spinal surgery. Last season was my first back hunting deer with a rifle. The hard part is land the is...
  5. F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    Hi I'm new to archery talk and only been shooting seriously about 6 months or so. I shot when I was a kid but then got into speed skating. I have since found out I have Crohn's disease and had to have spine surgery about 4 years ago due to all the training and competition while I didn't know I...
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