Target Archery 2.0: Newbie Archer's Quick Guide on How to Start, Grow, and Succeed in the Art of Using the Bow and Arrow at the Sport of Target Archery from A to Z

By: HowExpert
Narrated by: JD Kelly
Length: 1 hr and 20 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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If you’re looking to find out more about archery then you’re definitely going to want to listen to this audiobook because you'll learn:

  • What’s the difference between different types of archery?
  • Why should you check out archery for yourself?
  • How can you get involved in competition?
  • What does it really take to become a proficient archer?
  • Can you get involved with hunting, competitions, and more?
  • Where can you start shooting for yourself?
  • Who can check out archery for fun or competition?
  • Why are people getting involved in archery more and more?  

By the time you listen to this entire audiobook you’re going to have a head start over anyone you know that’s looking to start archery for themselves. It’s a great sport, and it’s one that you’re definitely going to enjoy getting involved with because:

  • Archery is fun
  • Archery is informative
  • Archery is a great way to meet people

Before you know it, you’re going to be a full-fledged archer and you’re going to be bringing people in and showing them just how you learned. After all, once you’ve learned what to do, the fun part is sharing what you’ve learned and getting all your friends and family involved.

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You could learn more from a wikipedia article.

It's as if a 10 year old boy who knew nothing about archery had to write a report about archery for school, and he was only able to fill up 3 pages, but the assignment required 100, so he just added a bunch of random words and answered a bunch of obvious and rhetorical questions