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Brief Introduction About Archery History
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We offer archery programs for children, youth and adults of all ages. Our programs are custom designed to suit everyone depending on the age, ability, energy & skill level. Traditional (long and recurve) bows can be used for beginner, intermediate, advanced, instinctive & Olympic archers as well as hunter's training is offered by using traditional, compound or crossbows. We provide you with full archery equipment to train you at our unique 14 lane, 28 yard range with 28 targets & TV/camera system for viewing your shots.
In most cases, we will have the equipment which can suit you for your needs, or we are always prepared to ordered it for a very reasonable price.
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The first composite bow was made approximately 2800 BC, and was first produced by the Egyptians long before the invention of guns, bows and arrows were used for hunting and in battles.
During those days an arrow could be shot about 400 yards distance away. Being so powerful and strong, it required 2 people to string the bow. Incredibly these bows were only made from materials such as wood and different animal parts (horn, sinew, intestines and shredded tendon).
We have definitely come a long way from those times and now have various types of bows, such as recurve and long bows which are classified under Traditional Bows. Other bows such as the compound bow and crossbow are modern version of these bows, using the help of modern technology to calculate trajectory and range; instead of instinctively shooting. Although archery is no longer needed for battle, now bows are more commonly used for fishing, hunting, target and competition shooting as well as part of the Olympic games.