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Keep your archery range safe and organized by stopping stray arrows as they whiz past the target. These highly durable and uncompromising nets stop high-velocity arrows, dropping them for easy retrieval. Included grommets make outdoor installation and takedown easy!
High-quality 1/16" weave polyester netting stops arrows of all weights and velocities without stretching or tearing. Netting is 10’H and comes in three sizes—10’L, 20’L, and 30’L—making it easy to accommodate archery ranges and classes of all sizes, ages, and abilities. Custom netting is also available for unique archery ranges (minimum 10’H x 10’L). Please call to place a custom order.
When selecting the right type of arrow, consider the shaft material, the arrow length, the fletching/vane material, and the draw weight.
Straighter and more consistent than wood; very stiff. Heavier weight makes them more durable but means they won't fly as quickly.
Lighter weight, precision-machined for straightness and true flight; most stiff. Most durable and preferred for competition.
Lightest weight, economical; less stiff. Excellent flight, and great for beginners or users with lower bow draw weights.
The arrow length should be about 1" longer than the distance from the user's chest to fingertips (arms extended and palms together).
Middle School: 24"-26"L
Plastic: Durable, long-lasting, and weather-resistant; quiet in flight.
Feather: Lightweight and forgiving; flies true.
Match arrows with bow draw weight. A comfortable draw weight should require 75% or less of the user's maximum strength. Generally users 100-130 lb use a 25-35 lb draw weight, while users 130-160 lb use a 30-40 lb draw weight.
Recurve - Simple design with few components for institutional durability. Relies more on user technique for accuracy.
Compound - Easier to draw, aim, and shoot due to its energy-storing pulley system. Allows arrow to go greater distances.
AMO length is an industry standard of bow/string length, measured from tip to tip along the bow's curved edge. Under tension, bowstrings run 3"-4" shorter than AMO length. Order by AMO length.