UAE: city tour
The United Arab Emirates consists of seven emirates, each of which has its own laws, attractions and history. The most popular emirates are Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. The most…

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Spring fishing
In the spring - at this wonderful time of the year when everything around is awakening and renewing itself after the winter lull - everyone really wants to experience new…

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Holidays in Thailand - a dream or a reality?
Incredibly multicolored, fabulous, warm Thailand is a real dream for many. However, this dream can be fully realized, which is proved annually by thousands of tourists traveling to this country.…

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Block Archery Features

The block bow was first invented in 1966 in America and became a great gift for shooters, since with the advent of such weapons there was no need to exert much effort to keep the bowstring in a state of combat tension. This made it possible to increase the projectile departure speed, and therefore, to increase the overall effectiveness of archery.

SAFETY
Today you can buy not a heavy block bow and start training. The fact is that starting with a heavy model is not advisable: the shooter will only have to think about how to stretch and hold the bowstring, and not hone the shooting technique. As a result, such training will not give any positive shifts and interest in shooting will quickly disappear. Continue reading

Above the roof: 5 exciting ways to jump into the abyss (part 2)
BASE JUMPING Well, a very extreme way to have fun. For beginners, eager to tickle their nerves, the path is ordered here. BASE jumping is a parachute jump from fixed…

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Choose a holiday home on the lake
An advantageous solution for a traveler in a warm company or organizing a family vacation is the Lesnaya Gavan holiday home. Of course, there are a great many places where…

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Block Archery Features
The block bow was first invented in 1966 in America and became a great gift for shooters, since with the advent of such weapons there was no need to exert…

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