Archery SwindonMin. Age 10
World-renowned for its Zombie killing ability, the bow and arrow is something that has to be mastered during the Zombie apocalypse. Deadly efficient in taking down Zombies, the arrows are also remarkably silent – meaning that you’ll not inform other Zombies of your location in the event of combat.
With the supply of gun ammunition being at an all-time low, another advantage of mastering Archery is that it’s easy to make and reuse your own ammunition – so you’ll never be left empty-handed.
When you arrive at our training camp, you’ll be equipped with all the latest safety gear whilst being presented with a full safety briefing from our qualified instructors.
The spread of the Neurosal Mortis Virus has shown no signs of stopping so, under Government instruction, we’ve formed a training camp that aims to provide civilians across the UK and Ireland with a place to train on their Archery skills.
Taking place at our custom-built shooting range, you’ll take aim at a range of targets – aiming to hit bullseye after bullseye as you compete against fellow recruits. Aiming for the bullseye will increase your accuracy – something that is needed when you come into contact with Zombies, as only a shot to the head will render them useless.
The bow and arrow are the most popular form of weaponry due to it’s silent and efficient nature – its ammo is also reusable and easy to make, unlike gun ammunition.
Archery Action - 1 Hour
Restrictions: MinAge: 8, MinGroup: 2, MaxGroup: 8,
- All Equipment
- Refreshments Available
- Full Training
- Spine Road West
- Somerford Keynes
- GL7 6DS
Perfectly situated within close distance to Gloucester and Cheltenham, our Archery training camp in Swindon is excellently placed to help either of these locations during a Zombie outbreak. We’re easily accessible via the M4 for those wanting to sharpen their archery skills. Full travel information will be printed on your booking confirmation receipt.
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