Archery In Motion (AIM) brings archery programs to communities in the northern New England area.  The instructors and coaches are nationally certified through USA Archery and teach the National Training System (NTS) form.

As well as expertise, AIM provides all equipment necessary when bringing a program to you.  AIM's program begins with introducing all participants to range safety and soon moves into the fundamentals of shooting target archery with particular focus on the NTS form.  From the basics, archers can venture into an advanced basic program.  This program also focuses on safety and proper shooting form; however, details in technique become more precise in order to enhance the archers' abilities.

Archery is a life long sport where participants range from age 7 to 107.  It is great for individuals as well as families and can be for recreation, competition, or a bit of both.  AIM's coaching volunteers are dedicated to making archery enjoyable for everyone regardless of age, ability, or goals.

Give AIM a call (603-219-0294) or send an email to to schedule a program for yourself, your family, and the community.    The AIM range is located at Bass Pro Shops, 2 Commerce Drive, Hooksett, NH. Click here for a map of the location.  

2017 Bass Pro Shops Fall Classic - Saturday and Sunday, October 28 and 29, 2017

Registration is open for the 2017 Bass Pro Shops Fall Classic tournament hosted by AIM JOAD Club in Hooksett, NH.  This is a sanctioned Star FITA indoor tournament.  Archers choose one date and shooting time.  Archers will score 60 arrows (ten ends of three arrows each, take a break, then ten more ends of three arrows each).  

Online registration available:

Cub and Bowman recurve archers can shoot 60 cm target faces.  All other archers will shoot 40 cm (single or three spot).  Inner ten for all compound archers.  US Archery dress code will be enforced, and US Archery membership required.  Draw weight limit is 60# and will be verified at bow inspection.  

Registration deadline is Friday, October 20, 2017.