Established in 1986

Inverness Field Archery Club exists to foster and promote Field Archery as a sport and is affiliated to the Scottish Field Archery Association (SFAA). Our field archery course comprises 28 targets (two units of 14) constructed to International Field Archery Association (IFAA) rules at marked distances from 20ft to 80 yards.  Occasionally competitions are organised to shoot 3D targets at unmarked distances. During the winter the club participates in the British Postal League "Frostbite" competition shot at 30 metres outdoors. Also the "Portsmouth" competition shot at 20 yards indoors. The course has 9 practice butts available covering distances from 20ft (Bunny) to 80 yards.

All bows and shooting styles, as recognised by the IFAA, are promoted within the club that also has a team of qualified Instructors.  Crossbows are however not permitted. Fun club shoots are sometimes held during the summer, with occasional Classification competitions, including the 2 day "Highland Open" for those wishing to take part. New arrangements are now in place for shooting indoors, however the course remains open outdoors for all. Training of new members, young and old alike, restarted In July as did indoor shooting in, at a new indoor venue. See the 'JoiningUs' tab for further information. Beginners on Thursdays, and indoors for members now changed to Mondays. (updated  July 2021)


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