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    I love the Arizona vanes with their AAE FastSet...

    I love the Arizona vanes with their AAE FastSet Gel for glue. As fast as you put them on, can take the clamp off and rotate to get ready for the next. I can do several dozen arrows in one day with a...
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    Are you guys seeing something in that photo that...

    Are you guys seeing something in that photo that I'm not? What is not straight about it? Looks like the stabilizer is in the same plane as the riser / string / cables.

    Rather unusual back-bar, but...
  3. The problem I see with this Agenda Item is it...

    The problem I see with this Agenda Item is it only allows 4 or 5-pin sights. There are a number of 3-pin sights that are popular with hunters and 3D archers. "The written word and not the intent"...
  4. Thread: Field targets

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    Another good source of info is the Archery Trade...

    Another good source of info is the Archery Trade Association, which has published an Archery Park Guide with info about how to arrange the targets safely and integrate the range into your landscape....
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    With support from the Washington Department of...

    With support from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, we help new NASP schools acquire their initial equipment, and also provide Basic Archery Instructor (BAI) training. This year, the...
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    Ah, I see now what you mean, as some of the...

    Ah, I see now what you mean, as some of the competitive categories had enough participants they would have been broken down into two or more flights, and the "Flights" column in the list is only...
  7. Every state has a State NASP Coordinator who...

    Every state has a State NASP Coordinator who would know what schools in your area have NASP, or how to get a program started in your local school.

    For Ohio it is Ohio
    Matt Neumeier
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    The NFAA Indoor Nationals results are here:...

    The NFAA Indoor Nationals results are here: http://nfaascore.com/results/5

    It's a little confusing, because when the page comes up, it looks blank, I needed to scroll down a screen-full before I...
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    Wow, it sounds like your experiences with NASP in...

    Wow, it sounds like your experiences with NASP in other states is quite different from what we are achieving in Washington State.

    We currently have 130 schools in the program, now getting to the...
  10. To go a little along with your title "Genesis bow...

    To go a little along with your title "Genesis bow is to a Compound as ....???... is to a Recurve"

    Here's a story I tell when people ask if a Genesis is a "real" bow and what they should graduate...
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    In the aluminum arrows, part of the difference...

    In the aluminum arrows, part of the difference was in color offerings.

    "Hunter" arrows were autumn orange, olive green, and camouflage colors

    "Target" arrows were blue, gold, and later purple...
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    A 501(c)(3) organization can buy from NASP here:...

    A 501(c)(3) organization can buy from NASP here: http://naspschools.org/ordering/ (you'll need to scroll down the page quite a ways to find the right form). "Private School / Non-Profit Order Form"...
  13. https://www.nfaausa.com/indoornationals How...

    https://www.nfaausa.com/indoornationals

    How hard is that? Or was that not your question?
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    If for a school, government organization, or...

    If for a school, government organization, or non-profit, you can buy the Arrow Curtain from NASP.

    Probably saves over commercial cost.

    30' wide, 10' tall.

    Don't call it safety net however....
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    You can find a list of all formats of shoots (3D,...

    You can find a list of all formats of shoots (3D, Indoor, Safari, Field etc) on the Washington State Archery Association (WSAA) website here: http://www.washingtonarchery.org/ and click the...
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    I had worn glasses for near-sightedness ever...

    I had worn glasses for near-sightedness ever since being a teen-ager. In later years had to go into bifocals and progressive lens bifocals.

    After going in to get new glasses about 5 years ago I...
  17. We attached a board to a tree trunk with a hinge,...

    We attached a board to a tree trunk with a hinge, prop up the outboard end with a stick.

    Put the mountain lion or cougar or bobcat on the board, now it looks like he's sitting on a limb.
    ...
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    Yes, it is all not very well thought out. Here's...

    Yes, it is all not very well thought out. Here's what the relevant section says now:

    F. Freestyle Bowhunter:
    1. A maximum of (5) five fixed reference points: Points of attachment shall not be...
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    Here is a quote of the actual agenda item. ...

    Here is a quote of the actual agenda item.

    Florida FL-10

    RATIONALE:
    While shooting indoors the only difference currently between BHFS/BHFSL and FS/FSL is that the BH shooters do not have...
  20. When designing lighting for an indoor range,...

    When designing lighting for an indoor range, consider what they do in bowling lanes, with jagged ceiling height so the lights are not in direct view.

    Their method in the "Full Quiver" range is...
  21. There is a very comprehensive guide on shooting...

    There is a very comprehensive guide on shooting range development on the Archery Trade Association website here: http://www.archerytrade.org/

    Look near the bottom of the home page, under a red...
  22. Allow plenty of space behind the shooting line....

    Allow plenty of space behind the shooting line. Lots of people who setup ranges key in on the distance from the shooting line to the target, and forget about space to set bow on rack and get back...
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    Actually, the current rule is for a MAXIMUM of 5...

    Actually, the current rule is for a MAXIMUM of 5 fixed reference points. The Agenda Item specifies 4 or 5 fixed reference points. I expect its intent was to eliminate people using "freestyle" type...
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    Each person sets their own pins how it works for...

    Each person sets their own pins how it works for them.

    When I shot BHFSL I set my pins at 20, 30, 40, 50, 60. For the short targets (10, 15) just hold the 20 pin a little low. For 65, hold the 60...
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    Well first you have to know you need 4-5 pins,...

    Well first you have to know you need 4-5 pins, then you have to afford / buy one, and some sights are rather difficult to add a pin.

    I'd hate to tell a guy who shows up with 3 pins for a field or...
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    College Archery Scholarships

    Just received this by email today. It was addressed to all the NASP State Coordinators I think,.

    As Kentucky Christian University’s Head Archery Coach, I am thrilled to announce that we are...
  27. Rinehart makes skunks. Our club has a pair,...

    Rinehart makes skunks. Our club has a pair, always put out two because there is only room for so many arrows in a small target.
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    Is that applying just to one of the sites, or all...

    Is that applying just to one of the sites, or all of them? I had heard that for our Washington site (Capitol City Bowmen, near Olympia, July 4th weekend) they were going to make one range marked and...
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    The other problem with this agenda item...

    The other problem with this agenda item (requiring 4-pin or 5-pin sights) is that it ignores the people who use 3-pin sights. Particularly some of the guys who concentrate on hunting or 3D, and some...
  30. Thread: NASP forum

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    I've heard the way the Deaf and Blind school does...

    I've heard the way the Deaf and Blind school does it is archers are paired, one stands behind the blind archer and coaches them into the spot "higher", "a little left" "shoot".
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