Local Bowhunting/Outdoor shop has a pretty neat set up.
They have two indoor archery ranges. One is typical with paper targets. The other is a game. Unfortunatley I don't know the name of it.
A data projector connected to a PC projects live footage of deer onto a wall size kevlar screen. There are two laser grids, one directly in front of the shooter and one in front of the screen. They measure speed of arrow and indicate how effective the shot was. The competitor is given a number of scenarios and is judged by how well they did. The PC stores all the info on the different players. Pretty cool.
Oh, special blunt tip arrows are supplied.