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5 ways the Vegas Shoot will make you a better archer

Andrea Vasquez

Every year, The Vegas Shoot attracts amateur and world-class archers, including Olympic and world champions, to compete in what’s considered the “Super Bowl” of archery. Offering more than $400,000 in cash, prizes and scholarships across its more than 25 shooting divisions, the Sin City tournament is popular among competitors for its structure and entertainment on […]

2018 WAIC Call for Volunteers

NFAA USA

The 2018 World Archery Indoor Championships is a volunteer opportunity unlike any other. The event itself takes months of planning, weeks of preparation, and many talented individuals to make the magic happen. Over 300 high-level competition archers from over 30 countries will be traveling to Yankton South Dakota in February to compete in this prestigious […]

Going For Gobblers With Your Bow

NFAA USA

The wild turkey is by no means a clumsy, overweight, waddling copy of its pen-reared domestic cousin. Instead we find a bird that can run swiftly and quietly, is extremely wary, and has eyesight superior to that of any other big game animal. Those who have hunted these great game birds will agree that they are […]

Member Spotlight

NFAA USA

Recently, we posted a request for member submissions on our Facebook page. The NFAA wants to share the pictures and stories of our members and showcase their love of archery. Cody Huntington, a sixteen year old archer from South Dakota has started shooting competitively over the last couple of years. Cody started shooting at age […]

Archery Is Worth Talking About

NFAA USA

Article written by W. Ramsey Frederick of the Seattle Archers, first appeared in Archery Magazine July 1944.  ‘Archery Is Worth Talking About’ Many hundred years ago the bow and arrow undoubtedly was considered the “year’s” most glamorous invention- a veritable, ingenious, mechanical contrivance- which received a “nod” from the “Nobel” of that age. The safety of […]

Club Feature: Kennesaw Archery Club

NFAA USA

The Kennesaw Archery Club, located in Acworth GA, is less than 40 miles northwest of Atlanta in Cobb County. Offering youth, adult, and family memberships, there are currently 92 members who have access to the outdoor ranges 365 days a year. Two archers: Bill Millican and Shawn Lovell, have been members of the club since […]

Artifact from the Archives

NFAA USA

Item: Silver Cup trophy “Mammoth Mt. 1964 1st Place Women” The Mammoth Archery Club hosted the 3rd Annual “Mammoth Lakes Family Fun Shoot” on 4th of July weekend in 1964. Two articles detailing the event appeared in 1964 Archery magazine issues June and August. More information on this historical artifact is needed. Who was it […]

Member Spotlight

NFAA USA

Member Spotlight: Kira Cook Recently, we posted a request for member submissions on our Facebook page. The NFAA wants to share the pictures and stories of our members and showcase their love of archery. Kira Cook, a fourteen year old archer from Alaska is excited about her trailblazing journey with the sport so far. She […]

OUTDOOR NATIONAL TARGET CHAMPIONSHIPS: 4TH YEAR IN THE BOOKS

NFAA USA

The National Field Archery Association held its Outdoor National Target Championship at the Easton Yankton Archery Center in Yankton, South Dakota last weekend. The two-day tournament began on Saturday, September 16 at 11:00 a.m. and concluded with an awards ceremony on Sunday, September 17 at 2:00 p.m. Archers came prepared for the drop in temperature. […]

NFAA Foundation Seeking Marketing and Event Coordinator

NFAA USA

Marketing & Event Coordinator Where: NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center; Yankton, SD Hours: Full-Time Pay: Based on Education and Experience Looking for a self-motivated individual with a passion for marketing and events. Join a growing team as we continue to expand our local, national and international archery events. The NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center (NEYAC) […]

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