During the summer of 2016 I was drawn to a Facebook posting about archery. The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) had an archery range. People could go there on a Saturday and use the range and borrow all the necessary equipment at no charge.
This handbook for the planning, construction, and appreciation of roving archery courses will appeal to archers of all types, from beginner to pro, stick-n-string to high tech pulley jocks, from hunters practicing their craft to history buffs reliving the glory days of archery as a weapon. But more than simply a how-to book for the DIY archery course, it is a telling insight into the mind of an archer that has been pulling string and looking for lost arrows for over four decades and still loves every minute of it! Even if you never decide to make your own sets of targets, build a back yard course, or host an event and invite complete and total strangers to poke holes in your artwork, you'll find this book enjoyable and fun.
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