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Archery and Axe Throwing



Come and shoot your bow 

Our Members Only Archery Range is back up and running. With the lack of Ammo, why not come out and shoot arrows instead. The cost is not bad and you can learn a new skill. Remember, the good ole Duke boys could not own guns but they could really wreak havoc with a Bow.

 You are free to use our large 4'x4'  archery targets with your equipment and set up as if you were shooting live rounds. all safety rules for firearms apply to the use of the ranges for archery. The bay for these activities is the CCH bay, just ask the RSO to use the targets and have fun. 

You don't have to be a member to take any of our Archery Seminars or classes. We have Basic Archery Seminars on the training calendar for the 1st saturday of the month!!! 

Our intermediate and advanced classes are also listed at different times. We have Recurve and Compound Bows for you to rent and use when you are taking our classes and semianrs.  Want to learn the basics of Archery, our instructor Bryan Walsh will guide you through the Setup and use of either Compound or Recurve Archery for sport or Hunting.


Basic Archery Seminar

$65 Members   $85 Non Members


3 Hours;

1-hour Personal equipment set up,

1-hour classroom instruction,

1-hour on the archery range.

The introduction to archery course is an entry-level course for those wanting to learn the basics of Archery. The course will cover the history of archery and shooting techniques. 

This is a good course for those that haven’t purchased equipment and would like to learn how to determine their draw length, manageable draw weight, arrow length, and spine.

Students will be given the opportunity to shoot both recurve and compound bows on the archery range. 

Compound Bow Beginners Seminar

$65 Members  $85 Non Members


3 hours;

1- hour Personal equipment Set up,

1-hour classroom instruction,

1 hour on the archery range

The Basic Archery Concept – Compound Archery seminar is an entry-level seminar for students wanting to become proficient with a compound bow. This seminar is recommended for all beginner to moderate  Archers wanting to be proficient in a hunting or competition scenario with a compound bow.

The seminar will focus on the following topics: 

  • Compound bow components and shooting styles.

  • How to set up a compound bow and basic tuning techniques; draw length, draw weight, release options, and components.  (Overview only. Specific courses/instruction may be provided, based on interest.)

  • Shooting a compound bow; form and function.

  • How to build a repetitive shot routine.

  • The archery mindset - mental and physical aspects of shot execution.

  • Mental and physical aiming techniques.

Students will shoot targets from 10 to 20 yards. If you are bringing your own bow, it is recommended to reduce the draw weight for this course. A reduced weight allows the student to focus on form and shot execution, and not the holding weight of the bow. You should be able to comfortably draw the bow straight back and hold at full draw for 8 – 12 seconds. Students will shoot a min of 60 arrows during the outdoor portion of this course.

Course Needs:

  • Compound Bow

  • Hip Quiver

  • 5 Arrows (min.)

  • Release Aid, depending on your current preference.

  • Folding set of allen wrenches


$10 per person per hour


Come out and try the new sport that is hitting America by storm. AXE Throwing. it is easy, safe and fun. For just a few bucks you and your family can have a great time competing on who is the best and gets the most Bullseyes. Axe throwing can be done by anyone. The Throwing cage is isolated and safe for everyone to use. Using the World Axe Throwing League Video to learn how easy it is to throw an axe. Our Throwing cage has a safety system in place to keep the axes from coming back at you if they bounce, plus they are in a cage so even if you throw it too high or too far to one side the axe is contained in the cage. Come out and enjoy the sport of Axe Throwing today!

Simple rules for use

1. No more than 2 throwers in the cage at a time

2. Only one axe is thrown into each target at a time

3. If you get a "stick" do not throw another axe until it is cleared

4. DO not go down range while someone else is throwing

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