3-D shoot today.
My wife, Sue and I will be going to a 3-D turkey shoot today put on by Cherry Valley Bowhunters, one of the local clubs out here.
It is a 42 3-D target, 1 arrow, unmarked yardage shoot. They have Doe tags and Mulligans if you want.
This is going to be a real fun shoot, we are going to be joined by some of our family members and some good friends. There shound be about 7 of us in the group. The weather man is calling for a high of 78 deg.
I will try to get a bunch of pics to post up later today.
Hope you had a good day Don.
I have just got back from a trip to the Breacon Beacons, where Green Meadow Archers had their first ever 3D shoot.
40 targets, all unmarked on a reasonably flat, but challenging course.
The good news is, I had my first win with my Shadowcat.
Plenty of folks there with cameras, so I hope to link to some photo's in the next day or so.
Well we are home. It ended up getting up the the mid 80's today, a bit warmer than my wife wanted. Oh well...lol
Sue ended up bringing home 1st place a good friend of mine, Bill got first in the fingers non-sight class, another friend of mine,Dave got 2nd and I had a real bad day, ended up with a 3rd.
I broke 2 of my HT-4s, both when I bounced them around through the scrub oak brush.
Pics are of Sue, Bill and myself.
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Thats awsome, Neil.
Originally Posted by NeilMac
Congrats on the win.
Did you shoot the Gator Feathrs?
I'm still working out how the Gator's fly, so I used them on some of the close shots (20 to 30 Yards), they land bang on the point of aim every time.
Originally Posted by Don B
Now all I have to do is to make sure that spot is the pro-ring ;)
It looks like you folks had a blast. I wish I had something nearby like that and I wished it was 80 degree's still. I'm not ready for fall and winter.
don, big day with 42 3d targets in those warm conditions. we always enjoy your photos, thanks
but what are doe tags and mulligans?
Originally Posted by minnie
There are buck doe combo targets. Sometimes the buck is behind a doe or bedded down and a doe is placed so that you have to shoot under the doe to hit the buck. Well if you hit the doe without a doe tag it's a minus 5. But if you have a doe tag it's scored as a 5.
Mulligans are used just like in golf... if you miss a shot you can use a mulligan for a do over.
The doe tags and mulligans cost an extra dollar each when you sign up for the shoot. 2 doe tags and 3 mulligans max per archer.