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Nationals

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So who here is going to nationals in a couple weeks? I wish I could go but school and money has a way to affect that. Also trying to sell my target bow dont help much either.

I know when I went last year I had a heck of a time. And to all of you that do go I wish you the best of luck and have a great time.

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3D or indoor?.. you talking Loisville?

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Yea the one in louisville. It is the indoor, but I did see a lot of 3D there too. I know if I was going I would take both bows so that I could do the 3D.

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This is a bad time of the year for me.. would love to go to one of them big shoots one time..

I just got a new bow, and plan on setting it up for outdoor Target rounds... or FITA.. I see the state championships are in St.Coud this year.. may give outdoor a shot for the first time.. 90 arrows.. 30 each at 40-50-60yards.

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Do we have the International and American round shoots here?

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Not sure which it is to be honest... I know one is in yards the other in Meters.

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Hope i can find out. that would be fun to do this summer.

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