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Our range includes a flat range from 10-100 yards as well as a 20 target walking course for more realistic simulation of hunting scenarios.

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The Five Valleys Archery Club has been serving Missoula and the surrounding area for over 40 years providing a safe and fun place to shoot your bows of all types. Along with our year round range, Five Valleys Archery Club holds annual competitive 3D shoots for shooters of all skill levels. Each shoot offers categories from kids under five years of age all the way up to seniors. We hope to see you out on the range or at an upcoming shoot!

Our range includes a flat range from 10-100 yards as well as a 20 target walking course for more realistic simulation of hunting scenarios.

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