3. January 2009 06:33
Most die hard bowhunters have shot an occasional 3D course, however we often hear questions about what it takes to get better than the average Joe. 3D archery can be shot for many reasons by different people, from preparing for the woods all the way to the extreme of attempting to compete successfully at the state, regional, and national level. What if you want to take 3D archery to the next step, where it really becomes a different pursuit than simply preparing you for the field? The article is intended to be a road map to help those interested in becoming more competitive in 3D archery.
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