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Old 01-26-2010, 09:25 AM   #1
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Default Pop up 3D question

Well,it looks like I'll be shooting my first pop up 3D tournament ..A few churches in the area are sponsoring one in Feb..It will be held in the ball field of our local high school..

Now having never shot one,I guess my main question is how long do the targets stay up..Because of a horrible case of TP a few years ago,I have shot exclusively with a hinge ..Not the best release I know for this type of venue..Also generally how many targets are in a round?..

Any other tips and all are appreciated..
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load fast and shoot normal...targets will be up around 7-10 sec. plenty of time but don't watch your arro it dosn't matter..just load and get ready...good luck pop up archery will help your paper shooting...LOL I am for real....(becouse if you really need to trust your shooting there will be your test )
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As Chris said, learn to load fast and without having to look at it. The longer targets stay up longer. Have fun!
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