Posted on April 12, 2021
The time has come to swap out our old target stands for new ones. It also worked as a great way to do work hours during a pandemic when gathering in a group isn’t a great idea for everybody in the club. We chose a design that will be sturdy, mobile, and foldable if we need it. It can be built by amateurs (like me!) with a drill, a saw, a screwdriver, and some spare time. And this way our youth members could still break down the field without needing to carry the stands, and we can host multi-distance events more easily by having rolling target stands.
We had an older blurry drawing which we cleaned up and added some illustrations. In case it helps anyone else, here are the design drawings.
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Posted on May 6, 2019
The 2019 North Region Field Championships is another installment of the tournament that has been running at Chicago Bow Hunters for many years now. Field Archery is similar to golf, where there are targets placed along a walking course, and you compete at each target in sequence. The targets are different distances away, different heights up… Continue Reading… Continue Reading
Posted on November 1, 2017
One of the things that separates the best from the rest is the ability to adapt to changes in conditions, equipment, etc. How do you get good at change? Practice changing! So make sure to add some time to experiment with new equipment, new shot elements, and new training routines.… Continue Reading