Texins Archery Club (TAC) was originally created as an employee benefit for Texas Instruments and affiliates in the 1960′s. In the late 90′s, TI spun off its club organizations under the umbrella organization Texins Association as a 501-C non-profit club, but continued to provide the club property (8880 Restland Blvd. Dallas) owned by TI on a longterm lease. In April of 2010 TI reclaimed the land and the club relocated to a new home at the Elm Fork Shooting Complex in northwest Dallas (pictured above). Already one of the largest archery clubs in Texas, and well-known for developing great archery facilities, TAC established a multi-featured larger range.
In 2011, Texins Archery Club helped sponsor TexasArcheryAcademy.org (a 501 (c) (3) non-profit), with the goal of introducing more people to the sport of archery in Texas. The state archery indoor training facility at 600 Accent Dr. Plano TX 75075 was established – a 30,000sf archery academy unique to this region of the country. During a record breaking brutal summer this added an indoor archery venue for membership to enjoy. The Academy is focused on archery instruction and educational programs.
Texans Archery Club manages multiple archery venues increasing the benefits of membership.
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Why pick our club? What makes it different?
Promote archery by increased exposure within the community.
We provide convenient, interesting, safe, and economical places to shoot.
Our programs are designed to increase knowledge of the sport and improve individual skill. We offer opportunities for family involvement, youth development, organized competition, and hunting adventures. Ongoing events are scheduled to introduce the public to archery and hunter safety.
We are focused on increasing membership benefits. We offer you multiple venues for one membership price.
The convenient location(s) are the first thing you notice, but we strive to have the GREATEST VARIETY of interesting shooting opportunities!
Our indoor archery academy is unique to the country! Regardless of weather, you can enjoy the sport and get any instruction you may want.
Our outdoor ranges feature multiple opportunities for recreation and personal development – most include: a Practice Range, a Long-Distance/FITA Range, a Form Wall, an Instructional Area, a Broadhead Range, and extensive course attractions featuring 3D, Field, etc. Plus, bowhunters will enjoy practicing elevated shots from our custom-built walk-up shooting platform, as well as our tripod stands. We have something for every archer!
We also have affiliations with other archery club ranges where you receive 50% off public range fees, and discounts at area archery pro shops. We manage and operate municipal ranges as well, where you can receive discounts.
Besides encouraging a friendly family environment, we are your resource for what is going on in archery. We keep you informed of tournament competition opportunites, host area JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Development) programs, sponsor the NASP (National Archery in Schools Program). Bowhunters will enjoy our broadhead and treestand ranges and club organized hunting trips!
Our club excels in helping you explore archery. Our membership enjoys the diversity of Olympic Coach to nationally ranked NFAA and ASA shooters, and longbow champion. Feel assured you can get the instruction and mentoring you need regardless of your experience! Start with the Intro to Archery seminar, participate in our programs, leagues and hunts…
There is much more, but you need to become a member to enjoy it!
INDOOR - Texas Archery Academy Range Address: 600 Accent Dr Plano, TX 75075.
OUTDOOR - Elm Fork Archery Range Address: 10751 Luna Rd, Dallas, TX 75220. Access the property from Luna Rd, and proceed to the Shotgun Sports side of the property. The Texans ranges are located past the Shotgun Sports Clubhouse/Pro Shop area. Please visit our “Images” gallery for extensive photos.
More OUTDOOR ranges are in development.
Texans Archery Club Director:
Past Presidents of Texins Archery Club:
Bob Barnette 2010 – 2011
Clint Montgomery 2009-2006
Barry Warren 2006-2004
Rick Sneider 2004-2003