Please, make certain some one will be at range site to open up one hour before scheduled start time.
( ) Targets for the round we are shooting,
( ) Proper score cards
( ) Awards if applicable
( ) Sign up and record keeping sheets
Set up area to sign in shooters
Sign up shooters, writing their names along with the proper shooting age division and equipment shooting class they belong in.
For those who would like to join the NFAA – NCFAA, collect the following information:
Name, Address. Phone, Email, Date of Birth
Later you may go to the NFAA website and submit an online membership form or just mail everything to the NFAA
$50.00 for all adults,
2ND & 3rd family member $9.00
Each additional family member $2.00
Individual Youth under 18 years old $17
Prepare two scorecards for each shooter.
Look at the archer’s equipment and determine the division/class and list it on the scorecard as well as your records.
List lane and target assignments on each card. (if there are enough shooters, each lane can have a top and bottom target) Try to have an equal number of shooters on the top and bottom.
Perform a quick range inspection, correct any problems that may exist. Do not use any target butts that may allow shoot through arrows
If any cub shooters are present set up a butt at the 10-yard line. Cubs shoot from ten yards
After they have signed in, archers may hang targets and start practicing.
Give a brief introduction to the shooters, thank them for coming. Explain the round to be shot.
Hand out scorecards with lane and target assignments. Each pair of lanes makes a group. Each group should have 3-4 shooters. Each group picks
two scorers, one score caller.
Run the shoot safely, keep a close eye on all the kids and newcomers. Help them out as much as necessary.
Keep an eye on the shooting line. Stop the shooting if any safety issues arise.
No one may load or draw back any arrows until you have called the archers to the line and until you tell them they may shoot………
No one can handle another archer’s equipment without the owner’s permission……..
If at any time an unsafe condition becomes evident call “Stop Shooting Right Now”.
Once the shooting range has been made safe and all persons are in back of the shooting line,
Call: “Bottom target archers to the line”. When all shooters are set on the shooting line say “Archers you may begin”, then start the time clock if using one. Once the first shooting line is complete,
reset the clock. Call “Top target to the line”. Once all shooters are set on the shooting line. say “Archers, you may begin”, then start the time clock.
Once all shooters on the “Top” line have finished shooting all their arrows or the time has run out, make sure the shooting line has been made safe, all bows are made safe, arrows off the string and in a safe area, call “ Clear”. Archers may advance to the target for scoring and arrow retrieval.
Two practice ends are allowed before official scoring begins
Half way through the tournament, archers shall rotate shooting positions.
Those that shot first at the bottom targets shall shoot second at the top targets and vice versa. They may switch to new target faces if they wish.
Once Each Round is Completed
Have all archers total up the scorecards.
Make sure all signatures are on the card before turning them in to you. Each card should have signatures from two scorers and the archer. Compile and record all scores for that round.
Congratulate the winners and hand out any awards.
Finish Paper Work
E-mail the shoot results to NCFAA Webmaster
Distance is 20 yards
NCFAA Indoor Archery Rounds
Archers will shoot 5 arrows per end. 12 ends of arrows. Total of 60 shots
Best possible score is 300 – 60x’s
5 Spot NFAA Target - scoring from the center of the x ring – outward X, 5, 4
Normally, One arrow is shot in each spot, in any sequence the shooter desires. You may shoot any number of arrows into a single spot
Archers may choose to shoot a
NFAA Single spot 40cm Target
Shooting all five arrows at the blue face with white bullseye colored scoring face
Scores from the center x – outwards, X, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
There is a 4-minute time limit per end of arrows.
Once buzzer sounds any arrow not shot, will not be scored.
X’s will be counted and total x count will break ties.
Distance is 20 yards
Archers will shoot 3 arrows per end.
3 spot Vegas Target scoring from the center of the x ring – outwards X, 10, 9, 8, 7,
6 Normally, One arrow is shot in each spot, in any sequence the shooter desires. You may shoot any number of arrows into a single spot
Archers may substitute a
Single spot 40cm Fita Target
Shooting all three arrows at the Multi-colored 10 ring scoring face
Scores from the center x – outwards, X, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
There is a 2 ½ minute time limit per end of arrows.
Once buzzer sounds any arrow not shot, will not be scored. X’s will be counted and total x count will break ties.
Archers will shoot 3 arrows per end. There are 10 ends of arrows. Totaling 30 shots. Best possible score of 300 – 30 X’s
Archers will shoot 3 arrows per end. There are 15 ends of arrows. Totaling 45 shots. Best possible score of 450 – 45 X’s
Archers will shoot 3 arrows per end. There are 20 ends of arrows. Totaling 60 shots. Best possible score of 600 – 60 X’s
Some rules used during NCFAA Indoor Competitions
Remember - NFAA Rules are in affect. – Shooters must straddle the shooting line. Arrows need to just touch the line receive the higher score.
Do not touch any arrows or the target face before all arrows have been
scored. All arrows must be scored and recorded before any arrows are
removed. Double scoring (two scorecards per shooter) will be used. The scores on both of the shooter’s scorecards must be the same.
The shooter and both scorekeepers from their assigned target butt must sign all scorecards before being turned in.
Target faces shall be replaced with a new face any time the original face becomes difficult to score.
No one may load or draw back any arrows until the range captain has called the archers to the line and until he says “archers you may begin”.
No one will handle another archer’s equipment without proper permission.
Unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated.
Check the current NFAA Rule book on the NCFAA website at www.ncfaa-archery.org on the NCFAA Forms page.
If a NCFAA Officer is not present, contact one if any help is needed or a ruling needs to be made.