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Kids learning archery lose arrows at a frightening rate, so I ordered six extra for each bow.

The odds that my sister actually lets him use this thing are slim, but that at least means he’ll be looking forward to archery lessons during my next visit.

Wolfe has started a hunter fitness program in which participants do backpack-weighted hiking workouts and a circuit of intervals with archery practice in between.

Hanes, 52, is a fitness and archery expert who started bowhunting in his early 20s.

Tom Clum, a renowned archery coach and the owner of Rocky Mountain Specialty Gear in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, has also created an online learning series that I highly recommend.

One fellow explained to me that archery has replaced the tired bars and lounges of his weekly ‘date nights’ with his girlfriend.

Real nerds can even dress up in character costume for their archery lesson for a cost of £25 per person.

Every afternoon she was at the archery field doing it like all my other students.

So many movies are so bad at making archery look right and believable.

How does the archery community feel about the movie and the way it portrays the sport?

Most Korean gentlemen had private archery grounds and targets in the gardens near their houses.

The master heard this observation, and said to his disciples: 'What shall I practise, charioteering or archery?

Val chatted about the school Commencement, about the new archery club, and how "horrid much" the bows and arrows cost.

The dancing was followed by archery, the target being a small banana stem at some thirty paces.

He practiced archery, wrestling, and handling the iron club, until he was not afraid of anybody or anything.


On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to archery, such as: ammunition, bomb, cannon, firearm, gun, and knife.

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