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All arrows will be shot straddling the 20 yard line. (show them the line)
We will shoot 5 arrows per end with a total of 60 arrows scored. There will be a 15 minute break after the first 6 scoring ends.
You will have 4 minutes to shoot each end.
The first 2 ends will be for practice.
Arrows on the 1-spot will be scored 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 (no 1-ring will be scored). On the 5-spot target scoring is 7, 6, 5, 4. Arrows touching the line will be scored in the higher scoring area except the “7”s.
“7”s are a clean inside-outs, “6”s are “Xs” that touch the line of the center white ring, the balance of white is scored “5”, then next ring “4”, etc.
When the round is over make sure to mark the number of 7s & 6s in the appropriate boxes in the upper right-hand corner of your scorecard along with your total score.
Do not touch the arrows or the target face until all arrows have been scored by the scoring group of archers.
You may request a line captain to score and arrow only after the arrow has been scored by the scoring group of archers. Do not pull any arrows until the arrow in question has been scored by the line captain
Witnessed bounce-outs in the scoring area will be re-shot
If an arrow completely passes the ten foot line then the arrow is considered shot.
In event of equipment failure, notify the line captain. You will have 15 minutes to repair the failure and one practice end before continuing to shoot. Missed ends will be made up at either during the break or the end of the round.