Check out this video made by a guest during our 2018 Western Round-Up!
To build up anticipation for the 1st Western Round-Up (1980), the very creative (and great writer) of the Target Talk started to release stories featuring “Mayor Al Souza” and “Sheriff Butch Johnson.” The stories includes tales of finding a lost city called “Reboville,” along with relics and a cemetery. They also said that posters were found that proved that Barnum & Bailey’s Greatest Show on Earth came through in July 1883. Along with the posters, newspaper clippings told of escaped circus animals that were never found and could explain the “strange creatures being seen out on our archery range.” Another story is of business cards and hotel ledger that prove that Matt Dillon, Mark Twain, Daniel Boone, and Wyatt Earp had stopped in “Olde Reboville.” Their last “press release” was to say that they found the circus animals that had escaped and that they’d actually thrived. The “Mayor” and “Sheriff” were requesting the help of archers in the area to help track them down on June 28th & 29th. And that was the start of the Western Roundup myth that we've been telling for years.
The shoot consists of 42 3D and paper targets, ranging from 10 to 100 yards.
There are 2 arrows per target with 11-10-8 scoring.