With the HHA USA Mission 24 3-D event already in the books, we’re looking forward to the next two HHA USA shoots. One of which is closer to Illinois than ever before!
Racine Instinctive Bowmen will be home to the Mission 26 event on August 5th & 6th. This shoot will feature two 22-target courses, a novelty long shot, two-person scramble from an elevated deck on Saturday night, and a bunch of us from the Bowhunting.com/Bowhunt or Die crew!
After really enjoying last year’s shoot at the Tomah-Warrens Sportsman’s Alliance, we were ecstatic to hear there was an event a little closer to home.
Not only are the HHA USA shoots filled with fun, and a good way to keep your archery skills sharp, they’re all with great purposes. The shoot in Racine and all HHAUSA events see the proceeds going to local and national organizations that support Veterans, First Responders, and Law Enforcement officers, getting them into archery and the outdoors to combat PTSD.
This shoot will not only be a great opportunity for archers in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois, but if you’re in a different state altogether and still would like to attend a HHA USA event, Racine Instinctive Bowmen is located just a few miles from the Milwaukee airport, and less than an hour north of Chicago.
With a spacious indoor clubhouse, they’ve got a full kitchen with some of the best burgers around! They’ll have plenty of food and refreshments to go around, and a silent auction full of outdoor and archery items to bid on.
So pack up your bows, bring the kids, and make a full weekend out of this great family-friendly event!
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