Missymoohaa wrote: »
I have an 11yrvold (12 end of Sept) who is obsessed with archery and has been for about 3 yrs so I know it's not a fad. I would like to enrol him in beginner archery classes.
Can anyone advise where I might bring him, I live in Blessington, so Naas or Tallaght direction would be ideal. Thanks.
Grootbaas wrote: »
Thank you Stevebabyface for the kind advice. We all are 5 weeks into our beginners course, so needless to say we know hardly anything about this sport apart from the fact that we all love it. I was told that I need a 70" bow (25" riser with long limbs) 28lb draw and 30 inch arrows.
Once again thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.
nixdorfjnr wrote: »
Hi I was wondering if I could join your club tomorrow night(sorry if Ashbourne is not yours).
Have been a member of Dublin archers and sportslink archery in the past ,just bought a sf recurve and kit and would like to get back out there again.
davycc wrote: »
hi long time lurker here!
picked up a new 55lb compound bow today and looking for some 30inch arrows in fiberglass or aliminum .
anything considered seeing as its my first bow and ill probably loose some out in the field lol/
based in meath ashbourne
SteveBabyface wrote: »
I have a set of 10 - 29" Easton ACC 3-49 (390 spine) for €70.00 + P&P admittedly they may be a little more good/expensive than what you are looking for but they are the right spine (strength) for your bow. If you were interested I could give them to one of the lads in ashbourne Archers and they could also help you on your way to a bright archery future.
Midnight64 wrote: »
Contact me through our facebook page and we can have a chat.
Hibrion wrote: »
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