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    Default Indoor Shoots

    I have mostly been a bowhunter in the past, but interested in taking up indoor shoots in the winter also. What can I expect to spend for quality equipment, and what equipment do you guys like?

    Matt W.

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    Matt what class do you want to shoot in, or what kind of goodies would you like to use on your bow while shooting?

    There lots of equipment choices to pick from, a lot of this matter’s on what class you prefer to compete in and have fun in.

    Jeff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt W View Post
    I have mostly been a bowhunter in the past, but interested in taking up indoor shoots in the winter also. What can I expect to spend for quality equipment, and what equipment do you guys like?

    Matt W.
    Really depends on the class. You can spend alot or sometimes go the cheap route. Lets us know what class your shooting.

    Classifiads sure help.

    I bought a good used CBE adjustable sight for $132.00
    Scope can be got for $75.00.
    Arrows six for $40.00.

    Really depends on how well you shop around.
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    Well, I really don't know what class. I don't know anything about indoor shoots. Recently, my nearest bowshop built an indoor range. I was shopping there the other day and some guys were shooting "spots"/targets. It looked like fun and peaked my curiousity.

    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt W View Post
    Well, I really don't know what class. I don't know anything about indoor shoots. Recently, my nearest bowshop built an indoor range. I was shopping there the other day and some guys were shooting "spots"/targets. It looked like fun and peaked my curiousity.

    Matt
    Two targets shot indoor. Different classes.

    Bowhunter- usually fixed pin. 12" stabilizers
    Open- Scopes long stabilizers.

    Firs target NFAA five spot.
    12 rounds 60 arrows five arrows each round.

    Second target NFAA Vegas round

    30 arrows 10 rounds. 3 arrows each round

    Hey take your hunting bow with field points. Shoot a round. Give it a shot.
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    Default Targets

    That's what the targets looked like. I am going back to this shop and ask about it. I will keep you posted!

    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt W View Post
    That's what the targets looked like. I am going back to this shop and ask about it. I will keep you posted!

    Matt
    20yrds. Lots of fun. Good practice.

    Many use there hunting bows at my club.

    Good luck
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    spot shooting is alot of fun. and you get to meet alot of great people.
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    Shoot what you got the first year and see what you like and what's out there, it'll help you figure out what game and style you what to shoot.. Borrow and try other peoples equipment. You can drop some serious cash in a hurry if you don;t know what you want.

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    For money shoots, we do 3 ends of 5 arrows once a week for 6 weeks. Score 20 on the "X" 10, 8, then 5 on the succeeding circles. Shoot what you brung. Entry varies. Try to come sober...

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