Range Info & Hours

Events Calendar

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Archery & 3D Print

The Enfield Outing Club is a private range, you must be a member or with a member to use its ranges. Use of the range means you have read and to abide by the range rules.

The Archery range is open to MEMBERS and their guests ONLY. The range is reserved for Archery use 6:00 am until Dusk on Mon/Wed/Fri - and ODD numbered Saturdays.

As of 2010, you may use the firearms range on other (Archery) days if nobody is using the range for Archery. You must relinquish use of the range if someone arrives to use the Archery range.

NOTE: At the monthly meetings, the members vote to allow use of the club for special events that may impact the use of the ranges. These special events override general range use. If you wish to use the range on the day a special event is scheduled, please contact the contact person for the event to see if there is availability. The following days, the range will be in use for special events:

Sun Feb 03
Granite State Sharp Shooters
Wed Feb 13 @19:00 -
Monthly Meeting
Sun Feb 17
Granite State Sharp Shooters
Sun Mar 03
Granite State Sharp Shooters
Wed Mar 13 @19:00 -
Monthly Meeting
Sun Mar 17
Granite State Sharp Shooters
Sun Apr 07
Granite State Sharp Shooters
Wed Apr 10 @19:00 -
Monthly Meeting
Sun Apr 21
Granite State Sharp Shooters
Sun May 05
Granite State Sharp Shooters
Wed May 08 @19:00 -
Monthly Meeting
Sun May 19
Granite State Sharp Shooters

Archery is the art, practice, or skill of propelling arrows with the use of a bow. Archery has historically been used for hunting and combat; in modern times, however, its main use is that of a recreational activity. One who practices archery is typically known as an "archer" or "bowman," and one who is fond of or an expert at archery can be referred to as a "toxophilite."

3D archery is a subset of field archery focusing on shooting at life-size models of game and is popular with hunters. It is most common to see unmarked distances in 3D archery, as the goal is to accurately recreate a hunting environment for competition.

Though the goal is hunting practice, hunting broadheads are not used, as they would tear up the foam targets too much. Normal target or field tips, of the same weight as the intended broadhead, are used instead.

Archery. (2009, November 19). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 18:24, November 20, 2009, from