Ok I guess if you think you need to protect the surrounding area or stop a pet from running onto the range. But I would say if someone is sending arrows beyond those hay bails, they should just be standing closer until they are ready to move back. You won’t get proficient sooner by spending all your time looking for lost arrows buried in the yard.What do you think of using pallets up on end for fencing around the range?
I was doing that what - 43 years ago and it worked. Stabbed one deer at 40 yards through the lungs and sold the "Bobcat Magnum" bow (all I can remember) a couple days later for gas money to get back and forth to UMO. No sights, just aim, gauge, exhale slowly and release. Used the judo or whatever those blunt points with the little spring loaded wires on them for rabbits, too. Now I'm old enough to be allowed to "bowhunt" in Maine with a crossbow. Holy crap are some of those monsters accurate.Buy some judo points and go “stump shooting” in the woods. Pretend every rotten stump and log is a bedded deer and stick it. Good practice.
Good Yelp review, comment on their Facebook page, tell everyone you know like you’re doing. Join and spread the word on any Adaptive Archery social media groups.My Bow is not in yet, but we have still been shooting every Sunday. I am seriously thinking about writing a letter to the Governor, Senator, or Congress person about how good of a business Lakeside is. I mean they handled my daughter’s limb difference like pro’s and continue to support her. They are very fair when it comes to charging us range time. I just feel businesses like that should be recognized. What is the best way to go about it?