Make no mistake about it, High Altitude Archery does sell and service compound bow equipment. For new equipment, in addition to the exception Xpedition Archery bows, we offer releases (thumb, back and index finger), sights, scopes, peeps, stabilizers, stands, arrows, broadheads, and more. Our expert staff will help you identify which equipment will give you … Continued
One common question we hear is “how much does a basic bow package cost?” While there are many factors that affect the final price of the package from the type of finger protection you choose to the arrows that work best with your bow, we can provide some basic guidelines to help.
High Altitude Archery is proud to announce a partnership with Phoenix Weaponry to create weights customized to the needs of barebow shooters. Note the “mushroom” shaped weight, designed to fit around limb bolts or other riser features such as the knuckle guard on the DMS riser and provide a full 12oz of weight. The larger … Continued
Interested in trying compound bow archery? Choosing a compound bow is a complicated affair. To correctly size and weight your bow you will need to be able to measure or estimate your draw length, and accurately gauge your strength. If you’re new to archery, we at High Altitude Archery highly recommend choosing a basic recurve … Continued
Basic Recurve for Recreation or Target Archery Basic recurves are great for an introduction to archery for recreation and even to start competing. Basic recurves are usually characterized by a wooden riser and wood / fiberglass limbs. Generally speaking, the limbs can be taken off the riser, and replaced with new limbs as the archer … Continued
Arrow spine is an important part of target archery. The measurement of the “stiffness” of an arrow is what is known as the “spine”. Weaker arrows have a larger spine number, and stiffer arrows have a smaller spine number. This sounded funny to me at first, because the arrow that is harder to bend has … Continued