• NEW 2019 Bowhunter/Hunter Education Classes

Smith Point Archery is hosting  Bowhunter and Hunter Education classes on a regular basis . Please sign up for the class of choice by clicking the link below. There is no in store signups. Classes fill up really quickly!

After you register you must come in to Smith Point Archery to pick up the workbook, or follow the online directions for homework on the sign up page– it must be completed ahead of the class. Bring the book/completed homework, pen, and chair with you to the class. BE ON TIME!

If after signing up you realize you cant make it, please be courteous and remove your name from the list so someone else may take your spot.

If online sign up is full, walk-ins are welcome to come in the morning of the class and standby in case of no shows. Walk-ins will not be accepted if all the spots are full and/or do not have a completed workbook.

Current Classes:

Bow Class: Saturday, March 10 9am-5pm

Bow Class: Saturday, March 24 9am-5pm

Hunter Class: Saturday, April 14 9am-5pm

Bow Class: Saturday, April 21 9am-5pm





16 thoughts on “NEW 2019 Bowhunter/Hunter Education Classes

  1. Anthony Ippolito

    would like to sign my son and his 2 friends for the Monday 8/17 class. how do I do this. All 3 boys have there gun class.

  2. Scott D.

    I recently moved to Long Island, and I want to take the bow hunters class. Do you havr any classes in October?


    Scott Dyce

  3. Nicholas Rooney

    Hello. This is Nicholas Rooney. I want to attend the 5 hour class on September 24th for the gun an saftey class. If u can, please call me at 631-759-1592. Thank u so much. Have a good one.

  4. Adam

    Do you have any classes planned for this year?
    Also- I closed a training center recently (was based on security guard licensing and cpr, def driving etc.) and at the time (2 years back) I tried adding the bow course because 20+ years after my gun course I never took the bow course. I had trouble finding the dec volunteers. Found one group doing them on pretty reg basis in the city but they did tend to fill up, the parking was impossible or expensive and they did not seem to go out to LI at all. Even if you struck out with these first courses not having students may I help by suggesting that you keep trying probably for at least a year. You have to be committed to doing course even with one student. If you establish the shop as the go to you will succeed and you will be shocked at how far students will travel to get the course. If I was you I would obviously tie the course completion with a nice coupon. It will work out if you commit long term! Best of luck. Nice site can’t wait to see the store.


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