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Bowhunting and archery are disciplines that require routine practice. Unlike range-time with firearms, practicing with a bow or crossbow can be done in a wide array of places. Archery ranges, 3D and field archery courses can be found across the country. Visiting one of these establishments can provide added challenge and fun to your practice routine, but traveling to a range to shoot typically isn’t necessary unless you live in an urban area. Practicing at home can be done indoors in a basement or garage, but when it comes to recreational archery practice, the backyard is king. All that’s required to start shooting is a target, but if you take archery practice seriously, there are ways to improve your home range without breaking the bank. Below we’ll look at how to build the ultimate backyard archery range on a budget.
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