We have all been in that situation. You are quietly practicing Archery when another person joins you at the line. Up until then concentration hasn't been a problem, the target pin gently settles on the gold followed by that satisfying thud of an arrow reaching it's mark.
Now there is another person or even worse persons and that urge to point that arrow to the right or left begins to overwhelm you.
If not for the hawkish gaze and quick responses of the staff at Ambrose Archery there could be mayhem. Against this seemingly unsurmountable problem the, dare I say heros of the range, maintain our near bloodless record.