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Vegas Shoot breaks 3500 entries for 1st time

Andrea Vasquez

Registration has nearly doubled since 2013, when 1811 shooters competed. The Vegas Shoot broke 3500 registrations for the first time in history with one day left to go in the registrations period in 2018, setting another new attendance record. In 2013, 1811 archers attended; in 2014 it was 2165; 2573 in 2015 and 3050 in […]

The beginners’ guide to The Vegas Shoot

Andrea Vasquez

The 52nd edition of The Vegas Shoot takes place on February 9-11, 2018. Held since 1962 in Las Vegas, The Vegas Shoot is the largest and most prestigious indoor archery tournament in the world. It attracts over 3,500 amateur and world-class archers, including Olympic and world champions, to compete in Sin City. Participants compete in […]

How does it feel to win The Vegas Shoot?

Andrea Vasquez

Winning the biggest tournament in the world is a big deal. Tens of thousands of archers have taken to the shooting floor at The Vegas Shoot over its history, competing in the same halls as legends and watching a handful of them being crowned champions since the first edition in 1962. Winners are crowned in […]

The NFAA Welcomes Rod White


The National Field Archery Association has chosen Olympic Archery Gold Medalist and Professional Bowhunter, Rod White of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, to the position of Bowhunting and Event Coordinator.  Rod will assist both the NFAA and the Archery Trade Association in the development of new and existing programs, targeted to increase the number of bowhunters across […]

5 ways the Vegas Shoot will make you a better archer

Andrea Vasquez

The Vegas Shoot 2018 takes place on February 9-11 in Las Vegas, Nevada. 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 […]

2018 WAIC Call for Volunteers


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


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


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


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


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 […]

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