Grasp the end just forward of the fletches and give a slow and steady pull
Grab the arrow shaft just near the centre line and give a jerk and pull.
Grasp the arrow with one hand close to the entry point into the target and withdraw with a slight twisting motion
Wriggle the arrow left to right to loosen it then withdraw it slowly.
The scorer fills out 2 x sheets at the same time.
Two different archers do the scoring individually
The scorer takes the score sheet back to the club house post shoot and copies it neatly
The archer will lose the highest scoring arrow of that end.
Nothing, it is considered as normal scoring for that event.
Ten points are deducted from the archers scorecard.
It helps the Recorder find out who was on a certain target.
The signature is checked against the attendance record.
So that the Recorder knows who was shooting that day.
The archer signs to confirm that they agree with the values of the arrows.
The archer and the scorer make the change and sign next to it
Nothing. Once the score is written down, that is it!
Call for a Judge who will check the scorecard
As soon as your arrows have been scored.
When all arrows for archers on the target are scored
As soon as you have a clear space to reach your arrows.
The X ring is actually the 10 zone and scores 10 points.
The X ring is the inner zone of the 10 ring and has a value of 10 on the scorecard
When approaching the target, walk in from the side to avoid any arrows protruding.
Let somebody else do it.
Stand well back directly in front of the target so you can see where the arrows have hit.
The inner blue ring and the outer red ring
The outer white ring
No rings score 6
The inner blue ring
The recorder will fill in the missing parts and correct any errors.
The archer will be disqualified from the shoot
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