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Archery Fundamentals


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Course Instructor’s Background

  • Larry Sullivan

  • ~ 35 Years into Archery

  • NAA Level 4 National Coach

  • NAA National Judge Candidate

  • NRA Training Councilor

    (Rifle, Shotgun, Black Powder Rifle, Black Powder Shotgun, Chief Range Safety Officer, Home Firearm Safety)

  • Boy Scouts of America

    • National Camping School Instructor (31 Schools)

    • Co-wrote Current Archery Instructor Syllabus for NCS

    • Archery Merit Badge Instructor

  • Coach of “Riverside Archers” JOAD Team & Director of Youth Archery, Riverside Gun Club

  • Partner: Hoop’s Archery – Clinton, MA


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Course Instructor’s Background

  • Charlie Harris

  • ~ 5 Years into Archery

  • NAA Level 3 Instructor

  • NRA Training Counselor

    (Rifle, Shotgun, Black Powder Rifle, Black Powder Shotgun)

  • Boy Scouts of America

    • National Camping School Instructor (13 Schools)

    • Merit Badge Counselor: Rifle, Shotgun, & Archery


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Tell us about YOU!

  • Name:

  • Home Town:

  • What You Do:

  • Archery Experience:


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At the end of this session, each participant should be able to understand:

Learning Objectives

  • Basic Archery Nomenclature

  • The nine steps to a good shooting form

  • How to set up and safely operate a range for group instruction sessions

    • Range Set Up

    • Archery range safety rules

    • Range Safety Rules

    • Things To Watch Out For


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Why are we doing this? to understand:

People in camp expect you to be the expert on any question they have about archery!


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“Wonderful! Just wonderful! So Much for to understand:

instilling them with a sense of awe!


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Fletching to understand:

or Vanes

Crest

Arrow Head or Point

Basic Types of Arrow Heads

Shaft

Nock

Index Feather

Broadhead

Field

Blunt

Target (Wood)

Target (Metal and Glass

Archery Nomenclature

Parts of an Arrow


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Tip to understand:

String Notch

Upper

Limb

Back

Face

String Height,

Brace Height,

or Fistmele

Sight Window

Shelf

Handle

Riser

Handle

String

Lower

Limb

Recurve

Archery Nomenclature

Parts Of A Bow


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Nock Locator to understand:

String

Arrow Plate

Shelf

Arrow Rest

90

Nocking

Height

Pivot Point

Handle

Archery Nomenclature

Parts Of A Bow


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Upper to understand:

Limb

Face

Back

Clicker

Sight Window

Sight

Nock

Locator

Arrow

Rest

Handle

Shelf

Stabilizer

Riser

Serving

System

Grip

Pivot Point

Bow

String

Lower

Limb

Recurve

Archery Nomenclature


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Eccentric Pulley to understand:

(Wheel)

Upper Limb

Face

Back

Limb Bolt

Cable

Sight

Cable Guard

Nock

Locator

Arrow

Rest

Sight Window

Shelf

Serving

Grip

Stabilizer

Pivot Point

Bow

String

Limb Bolt

Lower Limb

Cam

Archery Nomenclature

Parts Of A Compound Bow


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THE NINE STEPS TO to understand:A GOOD SHOOTING FORM

  • Stance

  • Nock

  • Set

  • Pre-Draw

  • Draw

  • Anchor Point

  • Aim

  • Release

  • Follow-Through


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9 Steps of a Good Shooting Form to understand:

Step 1: STANCE

  • One foot on either side of the line

  • Feet should be shoulder-width apart

  • Weight should be equally distributed between feet

  • A line across the toes should run to center of target


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9 Steps of a Good Shooting Form to understand:

Step 2: NOCK

  • Nock arrow on string UNDER knock locator

  • KEEP ARROW POINTED DOWN RANGE!

  • Index feather is AWAY from bow


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9 Steps of a Good Shooting Form to understand:

Step 3: SET

  • Set bow hand on grip

  • Use only web & meaty part of thumb

  • Set groove of first 3 fingers around bow string

  • Use one finger over nock and two under

  • IMPORTANT FOR BEGINNERS: Use three fingers under nock for beginners to keep from pushing arrow off rest


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9 Steps of a Good Shooting Form to understand:

Step 4: PRE-DRAW

  • Extend BOTH arms forward

  • Look at target and line up bow string with the center of the bow

  • Rotate bow arm elbow away from string path

  • Elbow of drawing arm should be near level with your nose


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9 Steps of a Good Shooting Form to understand:

Step 5: DRAW

  • Draw bow by rotating draw arm shoulder until its elbow is directly behind the arrow

  • Continue looking at target and keep the string lined up with center of bow as you draw

  • Maintain continuous motion throughout the shot


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9 Steps of a Good Shooting Form to understand:

Step 6: ANCHOR

Target Shooter’s Anchor

  • Draw string to front of chin and firmly set string and hand against jaw

    • Thumb along side of jaw

    • String touching center of chin

    • String just touching tip of nose

  • Continue to draw bow slowly and smoothly by using back muscles (STRETCH!)

Hunter’s Anchor

  • String touching tip of nose

  • Index finger tip touching upper incisor tooth

  • Thumb along side of face


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9 Steps of a Good Shooting Form to understand:

Step 7: AIM

There are 5 basic ways to aim

in Archery:

1. Instinctive

2. Point-of-aim

3. Sight

4. Gap

5. String Walking


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+ to understand:

Step 7: AIMING

INSTINCTIVE:

Aim like you would aim a snowball!


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AIMING to understand:

POINT-OF-AIM:

Line up

Arrow Tip

With Center

of Target

Line up

String Edge

With Center

of Arrow


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RESULTS to understand:

ARROW FLYS WAY OVER TARGET!


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PICK A to understand:

LOWER

AIMING

POINT

AIMING

POINT-OF-AIM:


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AIMING to understand:

SIGHT:

Line up

String Edge

With Side

of Pin!

Sight-in

Pin to

Hit Gold!

  • Pins

  • Scope


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AIMING to understand:

SIGHT:

  • Pins

  • Scope

  • Using a Peep Site


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AIMING to understand:

GAP:

As you move

closer -

Aim lower

(Fixed Pin)

  • Pins

  • Scope


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AIMING to understand:

GAP:

As you move

away -

Aim higher

(Fixed Pin)

  • Pins

  • Scope


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40 Yds to understand:

30 Yds

POINT-BLANK

RANGE

~ 38 Yds.

20 Yds

10 Yds

AIMING

DO NOT

TEACH

THIS!!!!

STRING WALKING:


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9 Steps of a Good Shooting Form to understand:

Step 8: RELEASE

  • Continue to tighten back muscles and aim

  • After holding “FOCUS-ON-TARGET” for at least one full second, open fingers of string hand and “pull through” to release string

  • Release hand should travel to and remain by your shoulder.

  • Continue to focus on target!


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9 Steps of a Good Shooting Form to understand:

Step 9: FOLLOW-THROUGH

  • Continue extending bow arm towards target

  • Continue focusing on the target (aiming) until you hear the arrow hit

  • Don’t try to watch the arrow fly (peek)

  • Don’t try to HELP the arrow to go faster or straighter (over extenuation/torquing of bow arm/hand)


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Range Lay – Outs to understand:


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Safety Area to understand:

Minimum 50 Yards

Behind Targets

Target Line

Shooting Line

Safety Area

Minimum 15 Yards

Safety Area

Minimum 15 Yards

Waiting Line

Controlled Access / Spectator Area

Range Safety: Outdoors - Target

  • Minimum 15 Yards on sides of range

  • Minimum 50 Yards behind

  • Rope-off perimeter

  • Tilt target mats 9° - 15 °

  • Target stand tied to ground

  • Tie target to stand!

  • Archers shoot from one line

  • Move targets for different distances


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Range Lay-Out #1 to understand:

N


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Range Lay-Out #2 to understand:


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Range Lay-Out #3 to understand:


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Minimum Amount of Equipment to understand:Needed for 100 Campers

  • 4 Four-foot Target Faces Mounted on Target Butts

  • 10 Bows:

    • 3 - 20#

    • 5 - 25#

    • 1 - 30#

    • 1 - 35#

  • 12 Bow Strings

  • 12 Finger Tabs

  • 12 Arm Guards

  • 60 Arrows Selected to Fit Bows

  • 36 Action Archery Arrows

  • 2 Sets of Field Archery Targets

  • 60 Plastic Jugs (various sizes)

  • 12 Quivers (belt / ground)


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Range Supervision: to understand:

  • Instructor must be alert to conditions which may be dangerous to participants and take action.

  • Number of participants the instructor can manage depends on:

    • Instructor experience

    • Age & maturity of participants

    • Ability/disability of participants


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Range Supervision: to understand:

Age of Participants

# Students per Instructor


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Archery Range Rules to understand:

  • Know and obey all range commands

  • Keep your arrows in your quiver until you are told to shoot

  • Always wear an arm guard and finger tab

  • Only use arrows that were given to you and remember what they look like

  • Always keep your arrows pointed down or towards the target. Shoot only at your target

  • Leave dropped arrows on the ground until told to retrieve arrows

  • Always walk at the archery range



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“Oh my gosh, Andrew! Don’t eat those! … to understand:

Those are poison arrows!”


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How would you deal with a problem archer at camp? to understand:

  • Repeat the rule and find out if they understand it.

  • Determine if they are willing to follow the rule.

  • Remove them from the range if problem continues.

  • Have responsible person escort them to administration for follow-up.


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VOICE to understand:

COMMANDS

WHISTLE

COMMANDS

“Archers to the shooting line”

“Begin shooting”

“Walk forward and get your arrows”

“STOP SHOOTING!”

Archery Range Commands

Two Blasts

One Blast

Three Blasts

Five or more Blasts

(series)


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Archery Range Procedures to understand:

  • Wait behind the waiting line until you hear 2 whistle blasts or “Archers to the shooting line.” Pick up your bows and straddle the shooting line.

  • Keep your arrows in your quiver until you hear 1 whistle blast or “Begin shooting.”

  • After you have shot all of your arrows, step back from the shooting line, set your bow on the rack, and wait behind the waiting line.

  • After everyone is done shooting and behind the waiting line, the instructor will blow the whistle 3 times or say “Walk forward and get your arrows. Stop at the target line.”


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Pulling Your Arrows to understand:

  • One archer at a time, from each target, may go forward from the target line to pull their arrows.

  • Stand to the side of the target, and make sure that no one is standing behind your arrows.

  • Pull your arrows out one at a time by gripping the shaft near the target face with one hand and pulling the arrow with the other hand on the target face for leverage.

  • Put your arrows into your quiver as you pull them or after you have pulled them all grasp them by the points. Walk back to the waiting line


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Bows: to understand:

String Height

Frayed Servings

Wrong Size/Weight for Archer

Do NOT reach between bow and string when instructing archer at full draw!

Arrows:

Long Enough for Archer

Cracked Shaft

Broken Knock

Jammed Point

Archer:

Loose Clothes

Something in Shirt Pocket

Long Hair

Arm Guard

Finger Tab

Leaving Line Early

Listen for “OUCH!”

Things to Watch Out For:



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“What did I say, boris? … History!

These new uniforms are a crock!”


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Things to Watch Out For: History!

  • Range

    • “Distractions”

    • Animals

    • Fallen Targets

    • All Archers on Line (all straddle or All toe)

  • Retrieving Arrows

    • Watch for Arrows in Ground

    • All Archers Should Have Shoes On

    • Have Archers Pull Arrows Out of Grass in the Same Line as it Went in. DO NOT PULL UP!

    • When Around Target with Arrows, Archers Should Avoid Bending Over to Pick Something Up And Hitting Arrow Knocks with Face

    • Arrows Should be Pulled from Target One at a Time by Placing One Hand on the Target Face and the Other on the Shaft at the Point of Entry. With a Twist, Pull the Arrow from the Target.

    • All Other Archers Should Stand Clear of the Archer Pulling Arrows.

    • The instructor should be the LAST ONE BACK from behind the targets or to the ready line!


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“Well, I’ve got your final grades ready, although History!

I’m afraid not everyone here will be moving up.”


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Archery Fundamentals History!

The “End!”


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