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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    Or how about the obstacle which causes the most problems, especially for those without a flat trajectory.

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    There are also some competitions where only one arrows per target is allowed, but they are rare.

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    A few more pics of the more interesting shots:
    In the second, you can barely see the 3d standing bear that Colin, the NFAS President is shooting at.

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    Great pictures!! Thanks for showing them Wow those are some real long shots and it looks as though you're shooting traditional bows...long bow...recurve? If that's the case I've NEVER seen any of the targets for those bows here placed at those distances...the traditional bow pegs are way out front. If you have more pictures I'm sure all here would love to see . Thanks again!

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    I can post here, but it's probably easier (and better for the server) if you have a look at them on the sites they come from. Don't worry, I can point you in the right direction.

    www.nfas.net

    There is a section on there for pictures. Also there is a "clubs" section. You can visit some of the clubs by clicking on the mouse symbol next to their name and you will find they have some great shots.

    Traditional bows are very popular in the NFAS, but at competitions everyone shoots from the same pegs, regardless of style. It doesn't matter though. Someone shooting longbow only competes against other longbow shooters. So although you might have Recurve, compound and longbow in your particular group you will only shoot against those people in the competition shooting the same style, of the same sex and in the same age group.

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    Take a look at www.elyarchers.org.uk Pictures are on the photos page. We are a target club but occaisionaly go to open shoots at Perris Archery. We all have a great time, most of the targets are no further than 30yds but a few can be upto 70yds away!

    Just wish the price of 3d targets was lower, over half of our club would love to do more 3d shooting.

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