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Gun, Archery, and Fishing store combined, Southern Indiana's Premier Shooting and Training Complex.
Accuracy Unlimited features a 4000 sq. ft. showroom, two classrooms for training, meeting, party, and a concession area. We have NRA certified instructors on staff at all times to assist on the range and with training.
All are laser cut by Accuracy Unlimited LLC from AR400 or AR500 steel. We have a large selection of targets available.
Field Archery Association District Shoots :
Sunday December 11
District Shoot 300 round
Sunday January 8
Vegas 600 Mail In
Sunday January 22
District Shoot 300 round
Sunday January 29
Vegas 660 mail in
Sunday February 19
Shoot 300 round
10:00 am to 12 pm hosted by Accuracy Unlimited
Registration: 9:00 am- 9:45 Shooting begins at 10:00 am $10.00 for adult $5.00 for youth for District shoots.
Shoot as a NFAA member or as a guest shooter. District
shoots qualify NFAA members to compete in Indiana State Field Archery Assoc.
State Championship in Kokomo, Indiana
To Join NFAA go to www.nfaausa.com
11 yrs and under shoot 10 yards, 12 yrs and up shoot
Single or 5 spot, All NFAA classes,
2 practice rounds, 12 scoring rounds, 5 arrows each
( Standard NFAA indoor 300 round)
call (812) 371-3550
NFAA Class and Age groups
C = Cub (Age up to 11 years old)
Y = Youth (Ages 12 through 14)
Y/A = Young Adult (Ages 15 through 17)
A = Adult (Any Age)
S = Senior (Ages 50 and older)
S/S = Silver Senior (60 and older)
M/S = Master Senior (70 and older)
Freestyle (coded FS)
is virtually an unlimited class. You can shoot any bow with a movable sight,
any length stabilizer, and use a release aid. The sight can have certain
Freestyle Limited (coded FSL) is basically the same as FS with the exception that you cannot use a release aid. "Limited" means you shoot without a release aid.
Recurve (coded FSLR) are standard Olympic bows. You are allowed to use a
recurve with sights, stabilizers, and clickers.
Barebow (coded BB) can use any bow including a compound. In addition you can use any length stabilizer, any rest, a level and you can "walk the string." ("Walking the string" means your fingers can change position on the bow string during the tournament.) You cannot use a sight.
Competitive Bowhunter also called Bowhunter (coded BH) can use any bow including a compound. Your string finger must stay against the arrow nock and it must stay in one position below or above the arrow nock. You may not use a sight, clicker or level. You may use a stabilizer up to 12" in length.
Bowhunter Freestyle (coded BHFS) bows can have up to 5 fixed sight pins (you cannot adjust your sight after you start shooting an official round), a stabilizer up to 12" in length, and you can use a release aid. These are usually compound bows.
Bowhunter Freestyle Limited (coded BHFSL) is basically the same as BHFS with the exception that you cannot use a release aid. "Limited" means you shoot without a release aid.
TRAD) bows are all bows without wheels or pulleys (no compounds). All longbows
and recurve fit into this division until the longbow class was formed. Your
string finger must stay against the arrow nock and it must stay in one position
below or above the arrow nock. You may not use a sight or level on your bow.
You can use a rest, front stabilizer up to 12 inches and a button. All of the
arrows must be identical.
Longbows (coded LB) is
determined by string not touching the bow limb. A recurve bow string lays on
the limb in a limb grove. Not all longbows meet NFAA rules. Modern longbows
that have a reflex are considered traditional bows not a longbow. In addition
you must use wooden arrows that are all the same.
Crossbow (coded CB) is
just that, a crossbow. Crossbows are a new class for NFAA and at present is
only shot at indoor tournaments capable of handling the additional needs of
such equipment. Ranges need fortified bales and may not be able to handle
crossbows. Consult the web site for restrictions.