What are some safety aspects that need to be stressed in archery?

September 27, 2010 by Bowhunter  
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? Shannen ? asked:

I need to know some safety aspects of archery... a list of them, or a website would do

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3 Responses to “What are some safety aspects that need to be stressed in archery?”
  1. Make Beer says:

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    Good to see that you’re checking on safety, best of luck.


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  3. Car History says:

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    The main things to look out for

    1. Keep arrows in the quiver unless you’re shooting
    2. When you get on the shooting line, arrows are to still remain in the quiver until you have personally made sure noone is in front of that line(line is clear)
    3. Make sure no one is behind the bales when you shoot. When setting up a target, be sure to have at a minimum, 50m of empty space behind the target.
    4. When walking to the target, scan the ground in front of you for arrows, arrows stuck in the ground can impale itself in your shin if you walk into it.
    5. When at the target, make sure to check that the space you’re walking into is free of arrows, most accidents at a range involve people walking into the back of the arrows on the target.
    6. When pulling arrows, make sure no one is standing behind you. Likewise, when waiting to pull make sure to stand clear of the pullers.

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