Setting up a boss is a common activity, but requires some thought and care to ensure it is done correctly and safely whether this be on a course or as in this example in the garden. In this article I will try and cover some of the things to consider.
Here you can see a boss having been erected ready for practise. Looks good?
One commonly made mistake when setting up a boss is forgetting to check where the metal binding for the plastic strapping is located.
These should always be on the back of the boss and never facing the direction of the shot.
The binding can damage arrow tips if they are hit. I have also seen arrows shot from a compound bow hit one of these metal fastenings and bounce straight back some 15 yards landing at the archers feet.
You should also ensure the wood…
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