Sports and Recreation
June 19, 2018
Archery is a lot of fun, but whether you’re a seasoned bowhunter or just getting in to target shooting, becoming a better archer hinges on one simple reality—you need to practice. The easier it is to get to a place where you can shoot your bow, the more you’ll practice. And the more you practice, the more you’ll enjoy archery and the better your shooting skills will become.
The problem is, not everyone has 40 acres out their back door where they can set up several 3D targets and spend evenings after work flinging arrows. Most of us have to figure out how to make our yards work for a simple range or look into a pay-to-play option somewhere nearby. Both are totally doable, but the best bet is to figure out how to shoot at home first.