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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    Hi jadlem,
    Nice website, it does look like you do enjoy the Perris shoots. Being based in Ely, you are only about 15 miles from Liberty Field Archers, http://www.geocities.com/libertyarchers/. Liberty put on several NFAS shoots a each year, mainly 3Ds. This year they also hosted the EFAA Bowhunter champs.

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    Field Archer, many thanks for this, had no idea the club even existed! Will pass on the info to the rest of our club. Is this where you shoot?

    DO you also need to be members of the NFA?

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    Membership to the NFAS is needed before you can shoot at one of their events, this is a requirement for their insurance. The yearly membership fee is very small, only 10 for seniors and 5 for juniors.

    You can use the form on the NFAS website, http://www.nfas.net/abouttheNFAS.asp, but I would suggest contacting Liberty to meet with them.

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    Field Archer, just had a look at their website. Very patriotic. Will get in touch with one of their committee soon to discuss. Are there any other field clubs out there lurking? I found out today that there is an archery society that practise at Grunty Fen, a few miles from here that I'd never heard of. I had no idea archers were so secretive.

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    jadlem, have a look at these two links

    NFAS Clubs http://www.nfas.net/clubs.asp

    EFAA Clubs http://www.efaafieldarcher.com/efaa/..._directory.htm

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    RE: Welcome to the 3D and Field Archery Section

    Field Archer, have visited a local outdoor centre and got off the phone with Pam, the secretary for NFAS. Looks like there may be the first club in Cambridgeshire starting very soon.

    Any suggestions? Cheap dealers of 3d targets would be helpful!!


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