Flint River Archery
Combination Archery Class
Outdoor 3D & Indoor Target

Archers can choose to learn Indoor Target Archery and Outdoor 3D Archery separately or they can register and participate in a combination class.  

Combination 3D Archery + Indoor Target Archery classes are only offered through the months of March-August.  3D archery is only offered through these months while indoor target archery is offered all year round. 

Archers that are interested in our S3DA team will need to register for 3D archery through the months of March - August and for Indoor Target through the months of September - March.  The month of March overlaps into both target & 3D as we are beginning to learn 3D yet still attending some indoor target tournaments in March. 

Archers that are interested in JOAD will need to register for our Indoor Target archery classes. 

 

We hope to will be able to offer Outdoor Target Archery classes for JOAD & S3DA. 

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Outdoor 3D Archery

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Indoor Target Archery

Flint River Archery Classes

INDOOR TARGET

Indoor target archery is the discipline of shooting at stationary circular targets over a short distance inside a building. Indoor target distance usually vary by age class and type of target being used.  Normally targets are shot at distances from 10 to 20 yards or 9 to 18 meters. 

 

Flint River teaches NFAA 40cm single or 5-spot target faces, Vegas 3 or single spot targets & World Archery FITA triangle, vertical & single spot targets. 

Archers 11 & under will shoot NFAA 40cm targets at 10 yards or Vegas targets at 20 yards.

Archers 12 & up will shoot NFAA 40cm targets at 20 yards or Vegas targets at 20 yards.

FITA targets are shot at 9 or 18 meters. 

NFAA TARGETS:

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VEGAS TARGETS & FITA: 

3D ARCHERY

3-D Archery often takes the archery range into the woods and introduces archers to unique shot angles, and shooting scenarios.

3-D archery gets its name from the three-dimensional targets that are set up at each station. Usually these targets are shaped like animals.  The targets range from small skunks to massive dinosaurs.

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Delta McKenzie 3D TARGETS:

Rinehart 3D TARGETS:

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