In the display area of the Fire On The Mountain event were the NWTF (National Wild Turkey Federation), Bad Medicine Archery and more.

Bear Archery had a nice display. Also Bear Archery supported the event by donating 4 bows fort.

Below, say hello to Alan Gibbs of Gibbs Archery Gear Products. Gibbs Archery Gear had a space at the shoot. Allan has a variety of archery products. The item that caught my eye and brought me over to his booth was his folding chair. I checked it out and indeed it was perfect for hunting in a pop up ground blind. So I bought one from Alan. I also purchased some Gibbs Super Loop cording for D-Loops and Super Tubing for peep sights (made from a material that doesn’t rot).

Here is the winner of a new Bear Archery compound bow, Clarence Taylor is presenting the bow to a happy young bowhunter, Lynn Lance.

Eats were on hand, cooked fresh on the grill. A few hundred hot dogs were scarfed down. As was plenty of pork and beans.

Below is head cook Clarance Taylor making sure that the pork and beans are just right.

Over 150 shooters were in the shooting. When the archers came off the range they participated in the BuckSnort Challenge and shot 3D Pop Up animal targets.

The Pop Up targets were a big hit and proved to be entertaining to the many spectators in attendance.

Here are some of the kids shooting the  pop ups. You had to get your arrows off quickly to stay in the game.

Here are a couple of the targets.

Below is a group of youth pulling their arrows after shooting their BuckSnort Challenge round.

Of course the BuckSnort challenge was not only for youth archery. It was for men and women too.

Here are 3 of the lady archers taking aim as one of the 3D targets pops up.

There were traditional shooters shooting also.

This was a well run, excellent 3D event. You can bet they will have it again in 2013.

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