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    Default insurance or liability form or both for shoots

    Got a friend starting 3-d shoots. Does he need to have insurance or just the release of liability form or both? Just dont want to get in any trouble if something was to go wrong. thanks

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    The best insurance for an archery range is through the ASA. For $350 a year he gets a million $ liability insurance. The real bargain is that for that $350 he will get 10 ASA individual memberships he can sell at $30 each. That makes a year of archery-specific coverage only $50. No one can touch that!

    Tell him tp get on line the ASA web site and find the contact information for his state rep.

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    Go to the "forms" area of this site and use this as a template.
    http://www.bastropcountybowhunters.com/

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