How Can A Bow Stabilizer Help With Your Archery Skills?
Robin Hood, William Tell and Legolas. The first two are real life people who lived during a time
when the world still relied on force and intimidation to get things done and the
last one is a fictional character created by one of the best storytellers of his
time. But what do these characters have in common? Aside from the fact that
they’re famous these individuals’ claim to fame was their expertise in using
bows and crossbows. And we’re not talking about modern day bows and crossbows
here, these individuals were quite proficient in using the medieval bows and
crossbows that were the only weapons available to them during that time.
Fast forward to today. This day and age has seen so much advancements in technology in just the
last century that even if someone doesn’t have the skill and expertise of a
Robin Hood or a William Tell they can at least have the balance with which these
people maintained when utilizing their weapons. Because truth be told, archery
is all about balance and being able to maintain the whole time from the draw up
until the release. And one way that technology has made sure that archers
nowadays can maintain this balance is to equip bows with what is called as a
Purists of archery
might think that using these accessories demean the true nature of how a bow is
to be used. However this should not deter anyone from taking up archery and
being good at it whether it be with a stabilizer attached to the bow or not.
Archery nowadays is more about competition and less about killing, and since the
use of stabilizers on bows is legal and sanctioned by the world governing bodies
of archery then there is absolutely no reason why someone should not be allowed
to use it to further your own skills in the sport.