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New target range does archery, axe and knife throwing

Toronto has its fair share of axe throwing clubs and archery tag facilities, but a new, 10,000 square-foot spot in Brampton lets you try archery (crossbow), axe and knife throwing all under one roof.

Stryke bills itself as a "target range entertainment facility." On its opening weekend, from August 20-22, this new target range will let you throw sharp objects and shoot bow and arrows for free. Afterwards, it'll cost you $45 to prepare for doomsday or to channel your inner Katniss Everdeen.

Just like BATL and Bad Axe Throwing, Stryke will have leagues that people can join to compete in archery, knife and axe throwing. These are set to start on September 7.

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