What does Robin Hood in archery mean?
To hit a bullseye once, then hit it again by splitting the shaft of the previous arrow down the middle.
Robin Hood was a fictional character that began in the 1200's as an oral poem. Through the years the story has changed and characters added to it. In fact, the story is still evolving because of movies and new additions of characters. The term "hood" in the 1200's was used as a name to call people who robbed others. It is like our saying " gang member." This is used to describe a person who… Read More
Anything is justifiable as long as you win.
Shooting with out modern aids such as triggers and sights.
Serving is the material that covers the center of the string and the loops at each end. Its purpose is to protect the string from wear and tear and is replaceable. Materials are normally a strong braided cotton or mono-fillement.
Need help with your BSA stuff don't ya...
to pull back
Yes, the sheriff was always trying hunt down and kill Robin Hood
String follow, also known as 'set' is a term used by bowyers to describe the amount a bow stays curved after it's unbraced (unstrung). For example you have a straight limbed bow. You brace (string) the bow with a brace height (distance between the arrow rest and where you nock the arrow) of 7". When you unbrace the bow, it maintains some of the curve that it had while braced. The amount it stays curved… Read More
The limbs are the parts of the bow that store the potential energy for the shot. the bits that bend when you draw the bow
First of all, there is no letter "t" in the word "archery."Second, by themselves, the individual letters of the English alphabet are meaningless. They only take on meaning when they are combined with each other to make words.By itself, the letter "t" means nothing more than the letter "t."
I'm not exactly sure, mostly because I've never been too into archery. However, look at where it is on the board, and inferance the amount of points. For example, if its in the middle, than assume its 100 points, and work from there.
There are two scoring systems, GNAS (Grand National Archery Society) the Governing Body for Archery in the UK and FITA (Federation Internationale De Tir A L'arc) the International GB (World Championships / Olympics), both have their own scoring system.GNAS: 5 zone scoring, Gold 9 - Red 7 - Blue 5 - Black 3 - White 1FITA: 10 zone scoring, Gold 10 (Inner 10 ring for Compound bows indoors) - Outer Gold 9 - Inner Red… Read More
Archery is the sport where you shoot arrows at a target with a bow.
archery is a very good game but peaple don't know it because its not so outing program
What does robin hood mean when he tells the sheriff never buy a horse before first looking in its mouth?
That's an old-time saying. No one would buy a horse if it didn't have teeth. But Robin Hood was saying the sheriff should be careful of what he is doing because the sheriff might be wrong. He should check out stuff before he makes a decision.
follow through in archery means hold your stance for a few seconds after you release .
'Follow through' is the part of a shot where you are loosing an arrow for a fraction of a second. Unlike firearms, there is a noticeable delay between choosing to shoot by releasing the sting and the arrow actually leaving the bow. In this time, moving your bow arm or another part of your body can have significant and unpredictable effects on the end shot itself.
The follow-through is what comes immediately after the release and is a combination of actions that you, the archer, do until the arrow hits the target. After your hand has come back from the release, as only one example, your bow arm should stay up and pointing at the target until the arrow has hit. It is important, because if you just drop your bow arm before the arrow has cleared -- gotten past… Read More
Follow through is keeping your bow arm and the rest of your body relaxed but still because if you move while the arrow is still leaving your bow, even a perfect start will be ruined by your movements pushing the arrow away in the wrong direction.
Robins are generally considered to be harbingers of good luck. Having one in the house would probably be a good omen.
Those are different points. Just like dart-throwing.
The inner yellow is a ten, the outer yellow is nine, the inner red is eight, the outer red is seven, and so on. I you iant to get really technical, than inside of the yellow, the very middle ring would be thought of as a x, they are used if there is a tie. If so, thank the judges would count how many x each person had. Hope I helped!
The first 2 numbers specify the diameter of the shaft in 64ths of an inch. The last 2 numbers specify the wall thickness of the shaft in thousands of an inch. For example size 1816 means the outside diameter is 18/64ths of an inch and the wall thickness is 16/1000th of an inch. Each size has a different stiffness which needs to be matched to the bow's draw weight and the length of the arrow… Read More
What does the word dergree mean in this sentence After much practice in archery Lois was able to hit the target with a high degree of accuracy?
intensity or amounta step or stage in process
The quiver holds arrows. Quiver also means "to shake or tremble."
Someone who uses bow & arrow for shooting.
it is a video game character you play as in the game assassins creed 2
"Bulls-eye" is the term given to the center of a darts or archery target. Getting a bulls-eye requires a lot of skill. In popular speech, bulls-eye refers to getting anything exactly and perfectly correct.
Un`shot´ v. t. 1. To remove the shot from, as from a shotted gun; to unload.a. 1. Not hit by a shot; also, not discharged or fired off.
Draw length is the distance that the string will travel from its original position to your anchor point when you have fully drawn the bow. this will obviously vary for different people. so your draw length will be personal to you. depending on anchor point length of arms etc etc. one way to measure it is to use a stick and place one end on your anchor point and get someone else to measure the… Read More
That is how you attach an arrow to the bow.
Acreage- An area of land, typically when used for agricultural purposes, but not necessarily measured in acres
It is actually "draws a long bow" It means powerful, or not to be trifled with. In archery, the further back an arrow is drawn, the more power and range it has. I said, he is always right.
The draw weight is equivalent to the force required to lift the same weight off the ground. I.e. 70 pound draw weight would feel like you are lifting that weight off the ground, using the draw hand.
The draw weight of a bow means how many pounds of pressure you are pulling back. Hope this helped! ;)
It's nothing speacial or bad it's just added once you press enter
it is a sport that you have to win or achive yourself
Does d. gray man end at episode 103 or is it ongoing because the millennium earl is still alive and so is the noah and they are still planing to kill Allen if i got it wrong don b mean?
The manga D.Grayman continues beyond the anime's end at 103. The Noahs are still alive. Lenalee just got her powers and we now see the evolution of Innocence in two characters. There is still much mystery surrounding the powers of the 14th musician. You can catch up on the story here: http://www.onemanga.com/D.Gray-Man/