Archery, the art of using a bow and arrow for hunting, warfare or sport. It has long been popular as an amateur sport, particularly in England. Modern bows with a taut cord or string are used to propel arrows through the air and towards a destined target. A notch in one end of the arrow is fitted to the bowstring. The string and arrow are pulled back and the arrow is released and propelled through the air, towards an object. Archers can practise this skill by firing towards a target made up of ten evenly spaced rings with differing score values.
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Clay pigeon shooting, is the art of shooting at special flying targets, known as clay pigeons or clay targets. The sport has evolved over the years from its live pigeon shooting roots through to the modern day when it is a respected Olympic Sport. UK teams have successfully competed at the very highest level for many years and won Gold and Silver in Sydney 2000.
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Paintball is probably usually thought of as an activity for young men. It is in fact enjoyed by people from all walks of life. Since success in the game is dependant on Strategy and coordination rather than physical size or strength or even agility, anyone can achieve Victory. It is played all year round, outdoors and indoors. The basic game is "capture the flag," where the object of the game is to capture the other team's flag and return it to your team's home base ("flag station") for the win, while keeping the other team from capturing your flag! Just one word of warning - this can be addictive!
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