The Sebastien Flute Archery Manual
If you are shooting a field archery recurve style and have a takedown bow with a metal riser, pressure button and rest this guide is a fairly comprehensive introduction to your type of bow. This manual has been translated from French to English and, as such, is not perfect. It is completely legible and includes everything you need to unbox, set up and adjust a new SF bow (or any similar take down recurve).
The Nuts & Bolts of Archery
This guide is for compound bows and include comprehensive instructions on both set up and shooting. This guide is 159 pages long and covers everything from gripping the bow to target panic solutions, sights and cable tuning. A fantastic resource for beginners or more advanced compound archers.
Bow Tuning Tests
This guide from Steve Ellison was produced in 1998 but is far from out of date. The guide itself covers everything from basic set up to advanced tuning in a compact yet informative 18 pages.
Archers Reference Guide
This guide has been put together with target recurve archers in mind but it covers the fundamentals of good archery. The guide is 66 pages long and covers everything from equipment, technique and tuning to training and problem solving. It also contains a comprehensive list of reference material for further reading.
Easton Hunting Spine Chart
The Easton Hunting Spine Chart allows you to determine the stiffness of the arrows you require based on the specifications of your bow. Many field archers like to use hunting arrows in order to replicate bow hunting more closely.
Easton Archery Guide
This is an older guide but for anyone that wants to understand what the differences between arrow types and materials are it is the perfect starting point. Though this guide is written with target archery in mind there is plenty for a field archer to take advantage of.
Easton Arrow Tuning and Maintenance Guide
The Easton arrow tuning and maintenance guide is a great resource if you want to understand the ways in which arrow tuning can improve your scores. This guide is essential reading if you are looking for that extra edge over the competition and is food for target and field archery.