​A typical Sunday Shoot; Some shooting, some socialising and some just soaking up the friendly atmosphere. 
 Fort Archers Video Gallery
Video Instructions

Below are three video gallerys. Each gallery has four videos. Click on any video to bring up the video player then the forth vidio is accessable.
 
​Note
The gallery you want to watch has to be visable before clicking on it.

​​ ​FROM BARRACKING COMES TRIUMPH

​    Mel was shooting on Sunday morning along with all the other club members in attendance. He was not shooting exceptionally well as he was suffering from post "Man Flu" flu jab blues. However during the morning Dai Sneade decided to use stick on target centres to cover up the by now battered faces. He put one on Mel's target at the same time and almost simultaneously an amount of barracking was recieved from elsewhere in the hall. Things like "thats optimistic" and " some people kid themselves don't they". Accepting banter is the norm, Mel stepped up to the shooting line and planted three perfect arrows in the X. Rather than spoil the momnent he packed up for the morning.

​Fort Archers Summer Season

Congratulations to all our new members who completed their Induction course.
Now enjoy your new Sport. Here's hoping the weather will be kind to us all.

Don’t forget folks, this Sunday 2nd April, we start our Summer Season and will be shooting outdoors at Scleddau.
 
For our new members, the location is a privately owned field on the Scleddau to Mathry road, just off the A40 Fishguard approach (map ref SM938384).
 
​Instructions to get There .

From Haverfordwest, after passing through Scleddau, take the first turning left, onto the A4219 signposted St Davids, then take the next left and follow the road signposted Jordanston. The entrance to our field is 261yds (0.15miles) on the right.
 
    From Fishgurd, Just before reaching Scleddau, turn right onto the A4219 signposted St Davids, then take the next left and follow the road signposted Jordanston. The entrance to our field is 261yds (0.15miles) on the right.
 
To find the field on Google Earth, copy and paste the following coordinates into the serch field in Goole Earth.
 
51 58 06.52N 5 00 06.22W
 
​Jim's Joke of the Week
​"I've been offered a job cleaning mirrors".
​"I can see myself doing that job".
​He! He!