The range that is set up is in the guys back yard and there is rarely
anybody out there. I did talk to him and he makes arrows.
As for the fairway there is alot of room and like the archery range
there is rarely anyone in it.
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, Carl West <carl.west@c...> wrote:
> Tami wrote:
> > I would love to be able to do that, however, the only range we
> > is at a persons home in the country and I don't think he has
> > arrows. He sells archery equipment out of his garage. He is the
> > one close.
> Do other people shoot there too? Tell them what you're trying to
do, many will let you borrow an arrow or two. Some will not for fear
of loss or breakage of expensive and/or hand-crafted arrows, which is
> Where are you?
> >...I am hoping that our home owners association won't be
> > upset if I set up a target in the fairway to practice. I have
> > room in the fairway it is about 1/4 mile long, maybe longer.
> Consider what's within range 45 degrees off the direction of shoot,
and how to keep people out of that zone. There are safety guidelines
for setting up a range, y'probably want to follow them. Someone here
can point you to them.
> If you're accurate enough at short range, you can shoot _in_ the
house, but only if you can _guarantee_ the hits will all be on your
arrow stopper. It teaches nothing about shooting distance, but it
lets you work on your form.
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