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daddyducker

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Thought I would let the populations know of a 3D bow shoot in Brainerd this weekend the 16&17.

It's held at the old World on Wheels roller skating rink.

They have about 30 targets all 3D. I shot it last month for the first time and I'll have to say that it was awesome. Bring some extra arrows though because if you miss the arrows tend to blow up good. There is some back drop but there are spots where you could hit concrete wall.

It's $15 for the first round and if you want to shoot again it will cost you $8.

You can use bino's but no range finders. They have targets behind targets and other skill tuning shots. Ranges from 15-50yrds. Alot of fun. There is another shoot there around the middle of March also. Kids are also more than welcome...they have it set up for them as well. Food and beverage avialable at the shoot too.

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