I wanted to raise the awareness of this event as it is Briar Rose Field Archers inaugural NFAS shoot on the 21st of July.
It will be a twice round 20 targets of a mix of 3D 2D and paper face. Crossbows welcome and there will be catering available.
Sadly they can’t have dogs on site.
Thanks for reading.
By Rob Jones
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There is an old saying “
Great minds think alike
.” The problem is the second part of that phrase is “
fools seldom differ.
” Some of you might recall I wrote an article in September 2015 giving advice on
removing broken wooden arrow tips
from inside your arrow pile.
Their process is slightly different but works just as well. One additional thing is if you use either method make sure you clean the inside of the pile, removing any glue residue before reusing it.
By the way I’m going with the great minds think alike.
Thanks for reading
By Rob Jones
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