About this Business
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With the snap of a bow string, an arrow zips down one of the 20 lanes at Quick Draw Archery and finds its mark with a percussive thud. The arrow's shooter could be an experienced archer, firing from a distance of 40 yards to test his long-distance aim, or a novice, working on basic form from a much less intimidating 5 yards away. Housed inside an 11,000-square-foot facility, the bow-and-arrow operation goes to out of its way to make the sport accessible to all ability levels. Beginner and intermediate arrow slingers enjoy the variety of target distances and lessons with NAA-certified instructors, while expert marksmen enjoy having a place to practice far from the co-op board's restrictive William Tell rule. Armed with knowledge emanating from 80 years of combined experience, the staff makes itself available for all sorts of archery needs, including sales, bow repairs, and coaching on range safety and technique.