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    Posted: May/12/2016 at 07:08
watching movies and everything, i have always had interests in bow arrows but i not had the courage to try them, do any know a good trainer or more info, can i train myself? please help
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I took an archery class while i was at college, it was way fun. Maybe check some of your local campuses and see if they offer anything.
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@supertool73, thanks a lot. will take the weekend to do some research
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also look and see if there is a local archery club near you. Or even a place that holds monthly tournaments or a nice bow shop. You usually can find someone who would be willing to help you learn the correct way to shoot with out creating bad habits in those sort of places., If you were in Ga I would meet up with you.
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