Place of Peace Film: Bowhunting Helps Veteran Battle PTSD

There’s been a lot of good hunting films produced over the years with content designed to stir the heart. There’s even been a handful of hunting related films and videos produced that’ll move you to the point of seeing life from a different perspective. The latest film from Sitka, Place of Peace, is one such project. It sheds light on one man’s journey following his time serving our country. We tend to pray for and support our troops that are currently serving in the military, but often fail to remember our veterans that continue to battle indescribable struggles here at home. The Place of Peace film shares how one veteran uses bowhunting as a means of helping cope with PTSD.


Therapy comes in all forms.

After 20 years on the front lines that left multiple gunshot and shrapnel wounds across his body, Master Sergeant Farmer reached a breaking point. While trying to rebuild his life, he rediscovered a gift from a friend that led him down an unexpected path to healing.

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  1. Allan Sisson says:

    that was great, the message, the feeling and the video

  2. That story, video, and complete production was amazing. Thank you so much for that. Thank you Bobby.

  3. Ryan Mikulin says:

    Great production. But more importantly, thank you for your service Bobby!! God Bless you and your brothers!!

  4. CrazyEd says:

    Archery has brought me back. Only served 10 years active army as a Scout and Engineer, two deployments but it had an effect on me that was consuming. I hit rock bottom, but in that period of searching for purpose and “prepping” I bought a survival bow that sat in a closet for two years. Until I took it out to the range. It motivated me, gave me purpose and then bought a recurve bow and tons of arrows. I am now trying to get other vets into it. Great video, much respect.


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