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Why Archery?

Hand Eye Coordination
Primal Instincts
For all Ages

History of Archery
Started around 20,000 BC.
Made out of flint, stone, metal, and
other hard objects
Appeared in Olympics in 1900.
One of the first sports to include

Inspect bow and arrow.
Wear proper attire.
Never load a bow with people in
front of you.
Know instructions for when to
fire, and when to retrieve the

Expensive? Meh
Bows: 150-1200
Depends on Brand: Hoyt, Bowtech, Diamond, Bear, Alpine, Etc...
Depends on Type: Compound, Traditional/Longbow, Recurve
Bundle of 12 Arrows: 35-60
Strings: 10-40
Forearm Guards: 8-15
Finger Guards: 8-15
Targets: 60-500
Depends on Type: Box/Bag, Field, 3D Animals
Bow Stringers: 8-15

Compound Bow:
More suitable for beginners.
Easier to handle rather than a
longbow or recurve bow.
Cuts weight resistance in half.

Long Bow/Traditional:
Made with many
different types of wood.
Narrow limbs.
Rounded cross section.

Recurve Bows
When strung a recurve holds more energy
than a Traditional/Longbow
Harder to aim and shoot
No letoff

Shafts: Wood, Bamboo, Aluminium,

Carbon FIber

Draw Length determines the arrow

Poundage determines the Grain Per
Square Inch or Stiffness
Arrow Companies: Gold Point, Bear,
Alpine, RipCord, Scott, Hoyt, Martin

Fletchings Material:
Feathers, Plastic
Styles: Solid and

Broad Head: This broadhead is designed so that the blades can be replaced on the ferrule.

Field Point:Can be matched to the weight of big game broadheads that a hunter plans to use during hunting
Blunt:May be used for small game animals such as rabbits and squirrels.
Bullet: Are designed to be shot into bag targets, foam targets, or grass-type targets
Judo: Are designed for field practice, and used while roving under simulated hunting conditions and selecting
targets such as leaves, stumps, or sticks.
Fish: Made of steel and designed to penetrate the hard scales of carp, gar, and other rough fish.
Mechanical: Blades are retracted close to the ferrule before the shot. Upon impact, the blades expand to
expose the cutting edges. These blades are recommended for use only with bows rated 50 pounds or more
because most mechanical heads require additional energy to open upon penetration.

Fixed Blades: Used by many traditional-style bowhunters and by bowhunters who are shooting bows with
lower draw weights

Fake Animals
Paper targets
Competition targets

Proper Form

How its going to go down?

1.Stand 5-10ft behind the Safety Line when not your turn
2.Approach the Safety Line
3.Cross the Safety Line and stand behind your bow
4.Do NOT cross the FIre Line
5.Is there anything behind your targets, or safety concerns?
6.You may pick up your bows and hold it parallel to the ground like a Table
7.You may Noch an arrow with odd colored Fletching facing the sky.
8.When you are ready you may Take Aim and Fire.
9.After first shot, Fire at will
10.When done Place bow on the Quiver/somewhere safe
11.When everyone is finished we will say Cross the Fire Line and Retrieve
12.WALK to targets and High FIve the target with arrow in between Pointer
finger and Thumb.
13.Gently pull the arrow Straight out of the target.
14.WALK back and Place arrows into Quiver then walk back to waiting area

--NEVER Cross the Fire Line unless instructed to:

Even if you drop an arrow and half of it is on your side of
the Fire Line and the other half is on the other DO NOT
pick-up the arrow.
--All violations of rules will result in dismissal of round
participation. You will be ask to sit down and wait until next
turn to participate.
--Listen to all instructions and Follow all rules
--Never Dry Fire the Bows

Work Cited

Demonstration Time!

Yall got any of them fancy Questions?