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Practice: Tuesday nights from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm from May 14th to September 24th.

3D shoots:
August 10th – Mid Season: animals targets on a flat field. Sight-in 10 am, competition 10:30 am – 12 noon at the Silhouette range
September 21st – Finals: 3D course spread over two ranges 10 am, competition 10:30 am – 1 pm, at the Silhouette and Trap range


We practice on foam block targets and 3D animals. If you are new to the sport, we have club bows for you to borrow. All levels of experience and bow types are welcome. If you have a crossbow or use broad-head tips please bring your own target, as they will damage the club targets.

Members who would like to bring their bows to the range outside our Tuesday time slot, we recommend using the Silhouette or the Plinking range. You will have to bring your own target.

Any further questions can be directed to:
Erin Nelson: ernnlsn@gmail.com (604) 417-5922

Types of Bows: Image result for recurve bow

Recurve Bows: At the moment, this is the most popular bow we see at the range. This well rounded bow is popular for beginners not because it is easy, be cause it has fewer accessories to worry about. A ‘traditional’ or ‘bare’ recurve bow means there is no mounted sight to help you aim. Olympic recurves have mounted sights and stabilizers and are made for a competitive edge.Recurve bow

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compound bows: A popular choice for hunters, as they are shorter in length and have mounted sights. The wheels (cams) at the ends of the limps hold some of the draw weight when the archer pulls the bow string all the way back, allowing for more time to aim.

Compound bow