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#1   Monstermann33

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 11:52 PM

I was talking to gillingham a few weeks ago and he was talking about this next level archery, basically online lessons on every aspect of archery are covered by some of the best shooters in the biz. I dont doubt that, but the prices they are asking for unlimited expert series videos is RIDICULOUS. 90 bucks a month for unlimited everything. Im not sure about you guys, but that seems asinine to pay that kinda money for videos on archery videos, i cant see anything being worth that much money, but thats just me.

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Posted 17 January 2011 - 09:26 AM

I've had talks with a good # of shooters about that site....

great idea...the guys are doing a bang up job (I'm friends with a few of them)...lots of people will benefit from site/service....but there is NO WAY your boy Hornet is dropping duckest on it.
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Posted 17 January 2011 - 12:18 PM

I was geeked about the site then when it launched I saw the cost and was like wow. Dont think I`m spending that kinda coin for the site
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Posted 17 January 2011 - 06:50 PM

I hope they succeed and make opportunities for others to earn a bit more as professional archers. Those guys work hard and it is too bad the sport can only support a few of them as full time pros.

That said, it makes me realize the work GRIV has been doing for years now to bring this sort of information to us shooters... all for free. I bet you could find a lot of what is talked about in the NLA videos on this site or on AT with a little searching, at least on compound. For recurve I bet having Brady explaining things would be new info. It seems like the recurve info is hard to find, it may be worth it for them.
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Posted 17 January 2011 - 07:04 PM

I hope they succeed and make opportunities for others to earn a bit more as professional archers. Those guys work hard and it is too bad the sport can only support a few of them as full time pros.

That said, it makes me realize the work GRIV has been doing for years now to bring this sort of information to us shooters... all for free. I bet you could find a lot of what is talked about in the NLA videos on this site or on AT with a little searching, at least on compound. For recurve I bet having Brady explaining things would be new info. It seems like the recurve info is hard to find, it may be worth it for them.




I've bought GRIVs products, and i did so because they are affordable, and work. Maybe the NL stuff works, as far as the tips or tricks, but on any site there are hundreds of articles on how to tune, set up arrows, form, grip, arrow building, stabilizer set ups, yardage, the works.....and it doesnt cost you 100 dollars a month. i could maybe understand 30 bucks a month, but 90 is crazy, i get they want the sport to expand, as do i....but trying to get rich off of internet videos is nuts. If you want the sport of archery to grow, make the ibo, and asa more attractive for youth....so that we as archers can expect to have people follow behind us, so the sport of archery will continue to grow. I say make it more attractive to youth like, have novelty shoots, door prizes, let all the youth win some sort of prize, idk....i know it's a national tournament, and required a certain level of seriousness, but the future of our sport is in the kids. Make if fun for them, as well as the adults.
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