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Types of Archery

Target Archery:

Target archery is the most recognizable format of modern archery. It takes place both outdoors and indoors, over distances of up to 90 metres and using the traditional five-color, 10-ring target.
Target Archery | World Archery



Field Archery:

Field archery is the format of modern archery that takes place on a multi-target course (often compared to a golf course) set out over all kinds of terrain including fields, woods and forests. International field archery includes three bow-styles: recurve, compound and bare-bow.
Field Archery | World Archery



3D Archery:

3D archery is a subset of field archery focusing on shooting at life-size models of game and is popular with hunters. It is most common to see unmarked distances in 3D archery, as the goal is to accurately recreate a hunting environment for competition.
Modern competitive archery - Wikipedia



Traditional:

In traditional archery, you can shoot a bow that's carved from a tree or one of the many modern traditional bows. No matter what material your bow is made from, you'll find traditional archery relaxing and fun. ... Traditional archers shoot two primary bow designs – recurves and longbows.
What's Traditional Archery? - Archery 360



Bowhunting:

Bowhunting (or bow hunting) is the practice of hunting game animals by archery.
Bowhunting - Wikipedia



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