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Some Archery Styles for your information



Archers shoot over measured distances either metric (metres) or imperial (yards) at a paper target of concentric circles there are many different 'rounds' and scoring systems. 



Derived from bowhunting, archers shoot over unmeasured distances at flat paper or foam 3D targets usually depicting a game animal, though of late giant spiders and even zombies have appeared on field courses. targets are typically set in woodland where natural obstacles such as fallen trees are employed to make the shot more challenging.



Originally training for war, the clout is a small flag or other mark set on the ground, archers shoot at long distances typically 180-200 yards, arrows are shot into the air to drop on to the mark.  


Sometimes called the Formula one of archery. Competitors have to shoot the arrows as far as they can. 



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