Indoor Club Shoots:Our indoor shoots are held the 1st & 3rd Friday's of each month. First arrow is at 7:45 PM come a bit early for warm ups and practice.
This is a standard NFAA "300" round - which means there are 300 points possible for a perfect score. The shooting distance is 20 yards. 5 arrows are shot for each "end." We shoot 12 ends for the match. Scoring is 5 points for the center ring going down to one point for the outside ring. Arrows that touch the line get the higher value.
Archers are separated into their individual styles and the top ten scoring record scores are posted on the range indoor record board.
We ask that people wanting to shoot this shoot get to the range as early as possible. The practice rounds will stop at 7:40 PM and then lane assignments are given out and official shooting begins at 7:45 PM. You will have until the finish of the second round of official shooting to arrive and be ready to shoot. After that, you will not be allowed to shoot for score. We realize that it is difficult for some people to get to the range by the shooting time but it also is not fair to the people already there if we continue to let others trickle in and prolong the time it takes to complete the shoot.
Outdoor Club Shoot:The outdoor is held on the 2nd Sunday of the month. This shoot is held on a reservation basis and we are limited to the first 70 registrants. Please email our 1st Vice President for a reservation. First arrow is at 9:00 AM come a bit early for warm ups and practice.
Everyone competes in their own style. We shoot the 28 target outdoor range. 4 arrows at each target. Scoring is 5 points for the center ring, 4 points for the middle ring and 3 points for the outside ring. There are 560 Possible points for a perfect round. (Has not been done on our range in recent history). Each target has either a Field Target Face (a black spot in the center), shoot these targets from the White Stake shooting positions, or a Hunter Target Face (a white spot in the center), shoot these targets from the Red Stake Shooting positions.
Some targets have 4 shooting positions, shoot 1 arrow from each position, some have 2 shooting positions, shoot 2 arrows from each, and some targets have only 1 shooting position, shoot all 4 arrows from that position.
The ten highest scores for each style are posted on the standing range record board located in the indoor range.
The average of your last three to seven outdoor shoots is used to determine your shooting class (A, B or C). Official NFAA shoots require that you have your NFAA score card, with these records initialed by a shoot official, to be placed in a class, if you do not have the history, you shoot in the Guest class. For more info, contact the First Vice Presedent.
Stump Shoot:The stump shoot is held on the last Saturday of the month. The Stump shoot is normmaly a 14 target shoot comprised of two arrows per target. Traditional equipment with no sighting aid is used and the participants pick the shooting distance and position in round robin style. This is excellent practice for learning to judge distance and to be an effective archer under diverse circumstances. This shoot is held on a reservation basis and we are limited to the first 24 registrants. Please email our First Vice President for a reservation. First arrow is at 9:00 AM come a bit early for warm ups and practice.
For more info, contact the First Vice Presedent.
This page was revised on February 19, 2011.