Much more could be written on the subject of physics as applied to archery. There still remain many interesting problems. What has been written may perhaps justify an opinion held by this writer ever since he became acquainted with archery, that, because of the variety of interests which it offers, and particularly because of the number of problems in physics which it presents, archery constitutes an almost perfect hobby for a physicist. Its problems range from the simple and elementary to those that challenge ingenuity and effort to the utmost. Their solution, aside from the resulting satisfaction, provides a practical guide for correct designs. To the physicist the results are a gratifying demonstration of the efficacy of his science and its methods.