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    New to archery

    Hi Xmas is coming up and the young fulla is showing an interest in archery we are in Auckland what's a good entry level set up and where's a good place to get it cheers nd

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    get him a compound bow !
    heres a link to nz archery: https://www.archerynz.co.nz/
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    Thanks I think there's a club at none tree hill

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    i miss my bow but a pretty major injury put it to an end, i was using a 70lb buckmaster compound. to give you an idea of the power it put an arrow all the way through a holden kingswood wreck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    Thanks I think there's a club at none tree hill
    Massey archery club is probably closest to you and is a Field archery club (3D targets and the like). They also have a kids club that runs Wednesdays from 4.30pm. Last one for the year is next week (I take my son to it).
    There are a selection of archery shops around town and their pros and con have been discussed before.
    If the final goal is to hunt, then get a compound bow as the learning curve is a lot quicker.
    Me, I like a nice recurve bow . . .
    I have the tendency to wear my mind on my sleeve

 

 

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