Open Shoot results now available

Apologies for the delay but for those of you who attended the KLFA Open Shoot on September 30th, full results have now been published. To view these just click the button.

What is Field Archery?

Everything you need to know about one of the most enjoyable sports there is, suitable for almost everyone!

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About KLFA

Why you should join us...

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Field Archery Equipment

What you need, when you need it and what to do with it!

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King’s Lynn Field Archers (KLFA) are a group of fun-loving people who enjoy the sport of Field Archery – “Proper Archery” as we like to call it – as administered by the National Field Archery Society (NFAS).

We meet at our shoot grounds outside King’s Lynn on most Wednesdays and Sundays.Sunday is our main shooting day when we hurl arrows at unsuspecting three-dimensional models of animals; Wednesday is ground maintenance day, with a bit of practice if time alows.

Our grounds are in a disused quarry and have a variety of landscapes. There are open grassy areas dotted with shrubbery, areas planted with young trees and a large lake.

Our members range in age from seven to well past seventy and are of all abilities. Between us we shoot many of the eleven bow-styles defined by the NFAS: American Flat Bow, Barebow, Bowhunter, Compound Limited, Crossbow, Freestyle, Hunting Tackle, Longbow, Primitive, Traditional Bowhunter and Unlimited.

The Club has a NFAS-registered Coach who will be delighted to instruct anyone in the sport, from complete novices to expert marksmen.

We frequently visit other nearby Field Archery Clubs when they hold Open Shoots and welcome others to our grounds when we hold our own Open Shoots.

During its short history, KLFA has enjoyed considerable success at national competitions with two junior barebow champions, one lady crossbow champion, and the first ever cub crossbow champion! We even have a crossbow European and World record holder in the ranks!

WARNING! Some areas of the quarry are out-of-bounds due to safety issues. Please respect all pre-shoot briefings, signs and barriers.