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pragmatic_lee
03-16-2009, 08:20 AM
Folks, I realize that indoor season is all but over in many areas, but just in case there's still some clubs or organizations still shooting indoors, I'd like to offer something "FREE".

Back over the Christmas holidays I had some extra time so decided I start working on an indoor archer timer that would run on your Windows PC. I sought feedback from folks on AT and tried to implement as many of the suggestions as possible.

This timer is free to individuals, clubs, archery ranges, JOAD, universities, etc. If you want it, all you have to do is download and install it. If you don't like it or have no need for it, it comes with its own un-install routine.

Not sure of what the rules are on this forum concerning posting links, but if you are interested, you're welcomed to PM me.

I put a lot of time into this and want it to be used, so if you have a need for it, help yourself. :D

Lee

flytier17
03-16-2009, 10:24 AM
I don't forsee a problem with you posting the link. Go ahead. Sounds like a good idea, and not a gimmick or money grab.

pragmatic_lee
03-16-2009, 10:31 AM
I don't forsee a problem with you posting the link. Go ahead. Sounds like a good idea, and not a gimmick or money grab.

OK, here goes

http://pragmaticlee.safedataisp.net/

ArcheryTimer.zip Size: 2532477 bytes
Last Update: March 10, 2009. This is the "much talked about" Pragmatic Archery Timer :-). Version 1.1. This program runs "stand along" and does not require any other installation. Simply download this zip file and unzip it in a folder of it's own. There will be a file named ReadMeFirst.pdf that gets unzipped. Do what it says.

bfisher
03-16-2009, 10:44 AM
Thanks for the link. We're not such a fussy group here. Afterall, part of the reason for our being is to promote and improve the sport of archery.

pragmatic_lee
03-16-2009, 11:13 AM
Thanks for the link. We're not such a fussy group here. Afterall, part of the reason for our being is to promote and improve the sport of archery.

And, hopefully, this timer will help those clubs/groups/individuals that can't afford to lay out $300+ for a timer. Just my way of giving a little back to the sport and community that has given me so much. :)