Walt in PA
Welcome to the blog of Walt White. As the name of the blog implies, I am a Pennsylvania resident. I have a fondness for Firearms, Cigars, and Archery, all of which you will find here on WaltInPA.com. Please feel free to poke around and share my space on the web with your like-minded friends.

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Custom Strings and Cables from Superior Bowstrings

Custom Strings and Cables from Superior Bowstrings

Around this time last year, I pulled my 2011 Elite Pulse out of its case and noticed that the strings and cables were beginning to look a little tired. I had a little serving separation at the cam and slight fraying at the cable guard. At the time, Indoor Spot Leagues were about to start […]

Shooting a Hinge: Tru Ball HT

Shooting a Hinge: Tru Ball HT

When it comes to Archery, Winter is my least favorite time of year for shooting. There is just something about being outside and walking through the woods that makes the sport so much fun. With the major shift to Indoor as the cold weather sets in, I feel like something is missing every time I […]

Shooting a Hinge – Tru Ball Sweet Spot Pro

Shooting a Hinge – Tru Ball Sweet Spot Pro

“You should talk to Mike. He has one of those, whatcha call it….. trainers. It is a basic back tension release but it has a safety so that you don’t punch yourself in the face the first couple times you use it.” A couple of days later I bumped into Mike at Stowe Archers and […]

Improving Outdoor 3D Archery Shoot Attendance

Improving Outdoor 3D Archery Shoot Attendance

“I can’t believe we don’t have more people shooting. A couple of years ago this parking lot would be full by now. Man, we have got to do something about this…” I wish I could say that comment above was fictional. Unfortunately, it is becoming rather common around the registration desk at Stowe Archers. Our […]

Archery Equipment: HHA Optimizer Lite Cadet

Archery Equipment: HHA Optimizer Lite Cadet

I’m a fixed pin kinda guy. I’ve been shooting a 5 Pin Bowhunting sight for a long enough period that holding high or low, for odd yardages, comes natural to me. I sometimes forget that new archers may have difficulty with this process. Several weeks ago I was on the Field Course at Stowe Archers […]

Changing Gears on the Archery Front

Changing Gears on the Archery Front

Most, if not all, hobbies come with a built-in list of pros and cons. Some can be expensive, others can be time-consuming, and most tend to be a little of both. Archery is no different. A few years ago I decided that I wanted to get back into the sport. I hadn’t shot a bow […]

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