Soft archery set instore £19.99 @ Aldi
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Soft archery set instore £19.99 @ Aldi

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Found 25th Jun 2017
Saw these in my local Aldi. They had loads of them left, seemed a good deal and well made (couldn't tell much difference between this and the decathlon set @£35). Family certainly enjoyed playing at Robin Hood this afternoon!

3yr warranty included.

A soft archery set with an included Target Stand, Bow and 3 Suction Arrows.

Contents
1 x Target stand: 64 x 7.5 x 65cm (approx)
1 x Bow: 132.5 x 23 x 6.5cm (approx)
3 x Suction arrows: 70 x 5cm (approx)
1 x Handy carry case
Features
Folds away into a handy storage case
Suitable For
Right and left handed people
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    Original Poster
    ILikeUsingGifsToComment



    Right first thing tomorrow I'm tearing the suckers off the end of the 'soft' arrows and destroying my kids frisbee......
    Just bought one of these. Thought it would be just for kids but it's great for all ages. It's a full sized bow and fires some distance.
    Edited by: "Sancho" 25th Jun 2017
    Where can you get extra arrows, I can't see 3 lasting very long, especially if you've got boys like mine
    Very good editing here, notice the frisbee goes out of camera shot and then reappears with an arrow stuck in it!
    muffboy

    Very good editing here, notice the frisbee goes out of camera shot and … Very good editing here, notice the frisbee goes out of camera shot and then reappears with an arrow stuck in it!


    I would imagine it is probably easier than it looks.If the boy fires the arrow at the same angle each time it would be more down to the target thrower timing the shot and getting it in the right place at the right time.
    Bubba.Ho-Tep

    I would imagine it is probably easier than it looks.If the boy fires the … I would imagine it is probably easier than it looks.If the boy fires the arrow at the same angle each time it would be more down to the target thrower timing the shot and getting it in the right place at the right time.



    looks like he is looking into a mirror. just before he fires the arrow, it looks like he adjusts the angle of the bow to track the flight of the target.
    More like the frisbee has an arrow placed into it and the guy throws it in the air, camera then films it falling to the ground and the 2 pieces of video are spliced together.
    Original Poster
    steevieboy4u

    Where can you get extra arrows, I can't see 3 lasting very long, … Where can you get extra arrows, I can't see 3 lasting very long, especially if you've got boys like mine



    You can get spare arrows from decathlon (instore only). They are about £2 a pop.
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    Bubba.Ho-Tep

    I would imagine it is probably easier than it looks.If the boy fires the … I would imagine it is probably easier than it looks.If the boy fires the arrow at the same angle each time it would be more down to the target thrower timing the shot and getting it in the right place at the right time.

    It would be simpler to hit the board with an arrow than shoot video separately and line up a falling frisbee with and without an arrow, and line up a man in the background's step, arm position and lighting. And shooting backwards into a mirror is harder than driving a vehicle in reverse, so just be impressed with his skill and wish you were that good. Not fussed about the deal, you get what you pay for - join a local archery club and try the real thing for free to start with.
    Original Poster
    Yes you get what you pay for. An excellent little garden archery set!?
    Not sure my neighbours (or my wife) would appreciate the kids firing real arrows around the garden......
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