• 131 N Osage AveDeweyOK 74029

"Targeting all your archery needs!"

  • Sunday & Monday:ClosedTue, Wed, Fri:10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.Thursday:10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Saturday:10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Lessons

The Arrow Shop is dedicated to helping people practice and expand their archery skills. From beginners to advanced, we have a variety of lessons taught by experts in the field of archery. Check out our classes and sign up today! We are here to answer any questions you may have, so don’t hesitate to call as well. 

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    Introduction to Archery

    Dates:

    Contact us for dates and times

    Cost:

    $15 per person

    Prerequisites:

    None

    Age:

    8 and up!

    Equipment:

    Provided by The Arrow Shop

    This small-group, one hour class will teach the fundamentals of recreational archery and answer questions you may have about the sport in a fun and engaging atmosphere. No experience or equipment necessary and you will get to shoot by the end of class!

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    Beginner and Intermediate Archery

    Dates:

    By appointment

    Cost:

    $25 per hour or $60 for three lessons

    Prerequisites:

    Shooter experience level evaluation by instructor

    Age:

    8 and up

    Equipment:

    Provided by shooter, or rental equipment is available

    These sessions are one-on-one instruction for the beginner and intermediate archer. Lessons are provided by a USA Archery Level 2 Instructor.

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    Advanced Archery

    Dates:

    By Appointment

    Cost:

    $40 per hour

    Age:

    13 and up

    Equipment:

    Shooters own equipment will be used

    These sessions are for the advanced shooter who desires to take their competition archery or hunting accuracy skills to the highest level. Taught by Miles Blair - World, National, and State Champion and a USA Archery Level 2 Instructor.

How to Use a Hinge Release

22 April 2020, 1:00 pm

How to Use a Hinge Release

Do you wind up your index finger before slapping the trigger? If yes, you might benefit from using a hinge release. Punching a release-aid’s trigger is a common bad habit among archers. It usually causes them to tense-up and jerkily hit the trigger, which sends the arrow off course. Archers have several ways to break […]

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