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Anyone familiar with, or shot at the Norwich Archery Club on Wawecus Hill Rd, in Bozrah, CT? They have an IBO qualifier on March 22nd that I want to shoot. Just curious about the club.
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I've been trying to contact the club for the past week. Email keeps bouncing back to me. I called the # on the IBO website, and it was a residential number where the person who answered the phone had no clue about the club. Getting worried that this may be a non event.
 

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I had better luck with my call to the posted phone number. Confirmed start times of 7am up till noon on Sunday.

Shooting Hunter Fingers, bringing my little guy shooting Cub.
 

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I had better luck with my call to the posted phone number. Confirmed start times of 7am up till noon on Sunday.

Shooting Hunter Fingers, bringing my little guy shooting Cub.
I called the number on the IBO website, and got a residence, and the person had no idea what Norwich Archery Club was...lol
 

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Norwich Archery Contact info from another website.

Directions:
Exit 80 off Rte. 395, west on Rte. 82 1.3 mile. Turn right on Wawecus Hill Road 1.1 mile.

(Borzah CT...next to Norwich)

For more info, contact:
Rich Lavigne - 376-3613
Jim Walsh - 267-7263




Area Code is/should be (860)

Call to confirm
 

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I saw someome that shot a 302, HC. He wasn't qualifying for the IBO, just shot the regular shoot.
 

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Norwich Archery Club IBO

Just saw this thread.

My son and I have been to the club a few times over the last two years. We attend shoots just about every week-end all over Connecticut. We found this one to be reasonable for a traditional archer, although the shoots are mainly attended by compound archers. The combination of target sizes and distances are good. Some targets are partially obstructed on purpose and there are a number of hills. They usually have a shot where you have an option at shooting at one of two targets. In addition they also have a fun shot (not scored) where you shoot at a ball hanging on a rope at 40 to 50 yards.

We have not been there in a while, but were considering going next week. I am also trying to find out what IBO means.
 
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