Total Archery Challenge competitions are hosted in some of the most spectacular locales in the United States, including the top of the Wasatch Mountains in Utah, the Black Hills of South Dakota, the northern woodlands of Michigan, and a variety of other locations around the country.
Who owns total archery challenge?
Sean DeGrey is the owner of Total Archery Challenge, which can be found on LinkedIn.
What do you need for total archery challenge?
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- With a bow. Due to the fact that TAC does not provide bows, you will need to bring your own. The following items are required: At least a dozen arrows
- a quiver AND/OR a backpack
- a rangefinder with angle adjustment
- a sight that can reach out to at least 100 yards
- release aids (ideally two)
- trail running shoes.
How does Total Archery Challenge work?
There are four or five main courses, each with 25 targets, a Kids Stationary course with 12 targets, a skeet shot, and a separate warm-up range for kids and adults. There is also a separate warm-up range for kids and adults. High country animals, such as sheep, mountain goats, and mule deer, are the primary prey. The Nock On course has distances ranging from 40 to 100 yards, with angled shots at targets of varied sizes.
What is 3D archery?
3D archery is quite similar to traditional archery in terms of technique. You go to a shooting range and practice shooting at targets. In place of the typical flat, round target with a bullseye that you’d find at a range, 3D targets are three-dimensional creatures made of foam or plastic that are put in an indoor range or outside in a natural setting such as a forest to test your shooting skills.