A man of Danish-Viking heritage shows his prowess in a field of archery near extinct.
Randy Oitker uses a Mathews Bow to set a record.
An old fashioned bowyer keeps the ancient art alive as he demonstrates his skills for the camera.
Keeping a once vital practice alive, these men and women and young people get together to shoot at marks with their English Longbows.
This hunter brandishes a Horn Archery Brush Bow and flings a few at his decoys.
The basics of the longbow and recurve are covered in this informative video on shooting styles, diciplines, and even the bows themselves.
This bowhunter uses a technique called roving, where he strolls through the forest, picking random targets of the earth such as individual leaves or ridges or what have you, and he simply fires at them. This mixes up distances and angles and truly trains
An old tradtional archer reinforces the importance of instintive shooting when using recurves or longbows.
Master Bowman and Historian Kevin Hicks sheds some wonderfull insight on proper technique and the lineage of the venerable longbow.
An ameture historian shows how they used to make firearrows back in the day. He is pulling 100 lbs (which was low for the time) and the arrows only go a few hundred feet due to their weight.