What type of bow is used in NASP?

NASP® Original Genesis Bow
NASP® Original Genesis Bow – The only bow approved for the NASP®

What is the brand name of NASP official arrows?

The Easton Archery® XX75 Genesis Arrows are designed with young archers in mind. The Genesis arrows are made from 7075 aerospace alloy for maximum durability. They are approved by the NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) for tournament use.

What arrows for Genesis bow?

If you’re a beginner shooting a Genesis bow, then you’re going to need the arrow made specifically for it – the Easton XX75 Genesis Arrow. It’s a 30-inch, aluminum arrow that can be used with any bow in the Genesis line.

How big is a NASP target?

Four 80-cm patches printed on the back maximize target life. Dimensions: W 32”x H 32”x D 12” Weight: 15 lbs.

What are the 11 steps to archery?

11 Steps of Archery Success

  1. 1.Stance. *Place one foot on each side of the shooting line.
  2. Nock. *Keeping your bow straight up, lift the bolt up and over the bow.
  3. Set Draw Hand. *Grip your pinkie finger with your thumb, keeping your 3 remaining fingers together.
  4. Set Bow Hand.
  5. Pre-Draw.
  6. Draw.
  7. Anchor.
  8. Aim.

How long is a NASP string bow?

the bow and hurt people.” Note: A NASP arrow is 30 inches long (76 centimeters).

What are the 11 steps of archery?

Is a Genesis bow A compound bow?

Genesis bows are the first compound bows designed to eliminate let-off and specific draw length requirements, making it the perfect choice for beginner and intermediate archers of all ages, sizes and athletic abilities.

Can I teach myself archery?

The simple answer is yes, archery can be self taught if you study everything that you can, ask experienced archers for help, constantly strive to perfect your form, put in a lot of practice and keep safety as your number one priority at all times.

Where can I buy archery equipment from NASP?

NASP® sells archery equipment directly to schools, government agencies, and non profit organizations. The equipment MUST stay property of the organization and can’t be sold to/bought for individuals with the organization. Individuals who wish to buy this equipment should go to their local archery dealer to purchase these items.

What kind of archery gear do I Need?

NASP archery equipment is designed for beginners and certified for use within National archery Schools Program competitions. NASP archery gear is designed to help beginning archers master their skills. NASP bows are lightweight and versatile, designed with single-cam technology that minimizes recoil while shooting and tuning issues.

Can a NASP xx75 be used in a tournament?

They are approved by the NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) for tournament use. The XX75s shoot with great speed and can be removed from tough, high density targets easily.

Can a national archery in schools Arrow be resold?

*** BY SUBMITTING AN ORDER TO NASP®, YOU AGREE THESE ITEMS WILL STAY PROPERTY OF THE ORGANIZATION AND WILL NOT BE RESOLD *** The official & only arrow of the National Archery in the Schools Program.