Have been getting into practicing shooting spots with my wooden arrows NFAA 300 rounds. I've noticed my scores are not as good as carbons (217 vs 230 PB). It's great fun and gives me some focus to jut shooting randomly in my yard.
Is this normal and what are people's experience?
Could use a little help here folks...we got a "Family Union Thanksgiving" sort of thing coming up where our entire family from all sides has rented out some of those Mansion Cabins in "Blue Ridge" and?...my sister in-law just notified me that two of my brother in-laws wanna get in the hunting...
I started working on a shooting rig/arrow combo for Winter Spot league this past week...This feeble effort has been both humbling, and educational so far...The thread title says it all, in a nutshell...;)...Still tinkering with a fixed crawl, or long heavy arrows...And trying to decide what...
Big Blue ~
First major project on the archery side for things. Since my stroke.
~ 6" x 48" x 5' 6"
~ stuffing: rock wool
~ double ply blue tarp, more or less water proof
~ up to 40 meters distance
Works sweet. Right compression of padding rock wool.
I have played almost exclusively traditional blues guitar for many years. My particular interest being the music that originated in the Mississippi Delta played by folks such as Charley Patton, Son House and Robert Johnson. Now I just picked up the square neck resonator on the left (played lap...
Our club no longer is a member of our SANIFAA (your IFAA). We now belong to SANAA (World Archery)
As a result we now shoot the colored targets, these seem a lot harder for me than the blue face. The lighting in our club is not the best so maybe that is why, what with my aging eye sight!