24642Re: [SCA-Archery] Re: Indoor range - new question
- Mar 30, 2008Try FS Archery - I have three 10' X 10' JVD nets rated for up to 50lb bows (target points only) I've been using at events for 3-4 years. As others have mentioned, the nets surely cut down on the time spent searching for lost arrows. I fabricated collapsable PVC poles that make them relatively easy to transport and put up. Their current cost is $137 per net. Larger sizes are available. Here's a link:
William of Mann
Caer Anterth Mawr
---- "Hon.Lady Arianna OSeaghdha" <fern718jen@...> wrote:
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, "lord.ormr" <simpson1999@...>
this place, the prices looked very good. Arianna
> The archery nets that I see online are quite spendy, but the only one I
> have found that is rated above a 50# bow is about $350, which is more
> than I am willing to spend. Does anyone have any ideas on how to set
> up an indoor/basement range for a high power bow? I have a movers
> blanket in front of the foam on the wall, but my arrows usually go
> through both and hit the wall if I miss, but thankfully not with enough
> force to break the arrow.
> If I buy the archery netting rated to 50# and hang the movers blanket
> in front of it, Do you think that would work? I do not want to make
> the investment in the archery netting if it will not do.
> Does anyone have a good source for the archery netting? I need an 8x10
> (or 8x8) but can go a little smaller if needed.
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