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    Default How do bow sight work for archery? How are they attached onto a recurve bow?

    I'm new to archery. I bought a beginners set with a fiberglass recurve bow and now i want to get better at archery. I want to shoot with all those extra equipments (like sights, shock absorbers) but i dont understand how they work. Someone explain to me what they do exactly, and how they are attached to a recurve bow. I want to know about sights, stablizers, shock absorbers, arrow rest, and anything else there is to know. A diagram or picture would be very nice... Also if you can, please tell me what the average price for each accessory is.

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    http://www.archery.org.au/lib/pdf/recurvebowsetup.pdf

    This may help you with your recurve setting up? Good luck to you.
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