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Chilakoot Bowhunters outdoor 30 target 3D shoot this Sunday, March 20.

www.chilakootbowhunters.org

Farribault has an indoor 3D shoot both Saturday and Sunday 3/19 - 3/20.

 

 

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January 28-29: Indoor 3-D, 12-5 Saturday & 8-3 Sunday

 

FAC Event Fees are $10 for adults and youth under 18 shoot for FREE.

If you want to shoot a second round for the day it is a nominal fee of $5.

Free kids’ shooting during events made possible in part by sponsorships from Tri-Lakes Sportsmens’ Club.

Handicap Accessible, Great Lighting

Concessions are available at events.

Our indoor 3-D shoots feature over 30 Rinehart targets set up in fun and exciting ways.  We have moving and   pop-up   targets   to   challenge   your   skills.     EVERYONE   IS WELCOME and encouraged to participate in these fun shoots.  Compound and traditional, novice and pro, everyone is welcome at all of our shoots!

The   indoor   range   is   located   at   the   Commercial

Exhibits Building on the Rice County Fairgrounds.

 

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Chilakoot Bowhunters (.org) First Outdoor 3D of the season Sunday Feb. 19.  

 

30 Rinehart 3D targets on our 53 acre outdoor range near Somerset, WI. Registration 8-1:30. Adults $12, kids under 16 FREE!

 

Heated indoor clubhouse with concessions.

 

 

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