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St Nicholas Shoot – 3rd December 2017

St Nicholas Shoot 2017 The smell of warm mince pies, stollen cake (not stolen) and mulled wine was in the air and silly hats were the order of the day as 20 SWAC archers took the shooting line for the … Continue reading

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South Wilts Lost in France Shoot – 3 September 2017

110 archers set off in the rain to shoot our 40 target, themed, timeline course. At least this time the weather was right for the Agincourt targets! The course was a combination of our previous 100 Years War and Agincourt … Continue reading

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Master Hunter Shoot – 23 July 2017

104 archers set off to shoot our Master Hunter course of 35 x 3Ds and 1 large Face. We had rain for an hour or so in the middle of the day, which seemed heavy at times – but worse … Continue reading

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South Wilts – The Bluebell Shoot – 30 April 2017

163 archers shot our 40 target course (mostly 3Ds) in better whether than expected. Despite a gloomy forecast, we had 1 hour of rain and the rest was dry and sunny at times.  The big bear was a long way! … Continue reading

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Sarum Triple Wand Shoot Results

The list of winners can be found here, and the full results can be found here.

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South Wilts – The Not Boxing Day Shoot – 27 December 2016

118 archers shot our 32 Target course, a mixture of 3Ds, Hessians & faces, including a few new breeds – a ‘Hox’ (see pic below), a ‘Fare’ and a couple of ‘cross bred’ Deer! We were fortunate again with good … Continue reading

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1st May 2016 – Bluebell Open Shoot.

165 archers shot our 40 x 3D course in fairly warm and sunny conditions. The alligator caught out many archers, so a lot of 2nd & 3rd arrows! The novel Target 21 needed some guidance from Marshalls. Shooting from a … Continue reading

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