Badge Night … err … Morning

arrow ferret

knows where your arrows are!

Back when Corona was just a beer, wearing a mask in a bank resulted in a call to the police and someone coughing wasn’t reason for buildings to evacuate … once a month during the indoor season, Glasgow Archers had Badge Night.

Badge Night was a semi formal evening where you got your chance to earn a badge at 20 yards indoors. Details of the round and badge here. It was pretty popular but with no indoor sessions, we don’t have them anymore!

Ah, well, that’s not entirely correct. Yes, we are stuck outdoors. Its true we don’t have evening shooting as its too dark. BUT you do still have the chance to earn the “Badge Night” badges. All you have to do is let us know that you want to shoot a Bray 1 for a badge and we will make it so. You just need to do it outside, on a Saturday or Sunday morning, book in advance and we’ll find some faces! We might even know where the badges are … mibi! ;o)

This is in addition to the longer distance 252 Progression Awards which some GA archers are currently chasing. Its all go badge wise on Saturday and Sunday mornings!

Arrow Ferret: title awarded to archers skilled with metal detector, rake and  sharp eyes in the long long grass. Probably needs its own badge! ;o)

Glasgow Archers

We are an amateur archery club based in the centre of Glasgow.

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