• 3870 Homestead Rd.,Rock HillSC 29732

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Accessories

Locations: Southern Draw Archery

From arrows and sights to peeps, rests, releases, and more, Southern Draw Archery has what you need to accessorize your bow and get you out shooting! Not sure what you need or not finding what you’re looking for? Just ask any of our helpful staff members and they’ll help you find an item, or we’ll special order it for you.

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    Arrow Points & Broadheads

    We carry top-of-the-line arrow points from the best brands in the industry, including fixed-blade, expandable, and removable broadheads. Stop in to browse our selection of target, field, and safety point broadheads. Not sure what's right for what you need? Ask any of our helpful associates for advice.

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    Sights

    Improve your accuracy with a bow sight! By having a specific aiming point, you're sure to hit your target. Sights are especially useful over long distances. Additionally, at Southern Draw Archery, we can install the sights and test them for accuracy.

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    Rests

    Whether you shoot from a compound bow or recurve, Southern Draw Archery stocks a variety of arrow rests. From simple rests to more sophisticated rests, we have rest types for all shooting styles and uses. Stop in today and browse our selection of arrow rests.

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    Releases

    Reduce string torque and achieve a more stable arrow flight by using releases. Southern Draw Archery carries a wide selection of releases for compound bows, including wrist strap and trigger releases, handle or finger releases, and back tension releases. Ask any of our staff for advice on what kind of release is suited to your shooting style and use.

2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games Recap

8 July 2019, 4:55 pm

2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games Recap

Archery’s versatility and healing powers were on display June 21-30 at the WarriorGames in Tampa Bay, an event featuring about 300 ill, wounded and injured service members and veterans competing in 11 sports, including archery, rowing, swimming and wheelchair basketball. Archers could compete in up to five categories: team compound, team recurve, individual recurve open, […]

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