The purpose of this Association is to foster, expand and perpetuate all phases of archery and the spirit of good fellowship among all archers; to encourage the use of the bow in the hunting of all legal game fish, birds, and animals; to cooperate with the national and state organizations securing better hunting privileges and conditions for the bowhunters; to cooperate with national and state conservation organizations in the conservation of soils, minerals, forests, waters, and wildlife; to promote all archery games in accordance with the rules of the National Field Archery Association and to cooperate with other archery associations, national and international, in fostering and perpetuating the use of the bow in accordance with its ancient and honorable traditions.

The ABFAA is the Arizona club affiliated with the National Field Archery Association of the NFAA.

More about Us

ABFAA is a non-profit organization incorporated within the State of Arizona to help promote archery in all it's related fields. The ABFAA Board of Directors is composed of represents from each of the 
ABFAA Affilated Clubs, which include:

Arizona Archery Club
Kenneth Cuchiara
1115 W Deer Valley Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85207

Black Canyon Archers 
Jim Hamilton  
6092 W Tenstar Dr
Tucson, AZ 85713

Desert Sky Archers
Rick Bachman
41203 N Sutter Lane
Anthem, AZ 85086

Frank Pearson's School of Archery
Frank Pearson
PO Box 308
Saint David, AZ 85630
(520) 720-9532

Granite Mountain Archers
Po Box 11002
Prescott, AZ 86302-1102
(928) 445-8510

Usery Mountain Archers
Richard Doria
2861 W Gail Dr
Chandler, AZ 85224
(620) 699-6042

The ABFAA hosts four shoots a year (Indoor, Field, International and Target.) Each club may hosts as many shoots as they like which should not conflict with the others clubs invitationals or ABFAA shoots.



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