Randy Siers shoots his Mathews Conquest 4 while competing in the Senior Pro division.
Randy describes his practice routine by saying, “I shoot at least 30 arrows everyday I’m able. I shoot for strength, and concentrate on form and repeatability. I also judge targets as often as possible. When no targets are available, I judge the ground under conditions as close to the competitive range. I travel a lot as an airline pilot, so I take my range finder with me and think about yardage everyday.”
Randy’s most memorable archery moment was when him and his son won the Florida NFAA 3D State tournament in their respective classes. “Winning together as a family was the greatest event,” Randy says.