Paul Williams, Author at High Altitude Archery

Indoor Archer’s Readiness Checklist

Do you have your arrows lined up? As a coach, I often get asked how best to prepare for a tournament. Here is a basic checklist to have a successful tournament. The week before Check your string for fraying Record your brace height Inspect your rest Inspect your arrow feathers/vanes The night before Eat a … Continued

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Safety for a DIY Backyard or Basement Range

Safety is a top concern for any archery range, especially when you’re looking to build one for yourself.  There are some common sense guidelines that you can follow to help keep your space safe. All Ranges Regardless of where you shoot your arrows, you’ll need to be aware of what’s behind your target.  You might … Continued

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Low-Touch Services During COVID-19 Pandemic

Services available during COVID-19 Pandemic We’re balancing on the edge of a difficult time. On the one hand, we want to help protect the community by reducing contact, and on the other we want to help our customers. So, we’re offering great drop-off service, and curbside pick-up. You can order product online, or call at … Continued

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Long Distance Indoor Range

55 Yard Indoor Range — Test Your Skill High Altitude Archery, the largest indoor range in Colorado also has the longest public indoor range in Colorado. Test your skill against our 55 yard indoor range! This range is open to any shooter capable of clearing the upper crossway. Compound bow, recurve bow or longbow shooters … Continued

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