3-Man Scramble – June 18th, 2017

3-Man Scramble
3D Archery Tournament
June 18th, 2017

$75 per Team

Guaranteed Payout of $1500—1st & $750—2nd
Additional Payout based on participation

Pre-Register by calling 785-227-4318 or by email at shootingsports@ks-usa.net

1. Registration closes at 7:00 a.m. June 18th. Mandatory Shooter Meeting at 7:30 a.m. Shotgun start at 8:00 a.m.

2. Stakes set: Ladies Hunter & Youth Hunter 30yd Max., Mens Hunter, Ladies Open & Youth Open 40yd Max., Mens Open 50yd Max
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3. Teams can be made up of 3 or fewer shooters. Each teammate is allowed only 1 arrow per target.

4. Teams can be mixed. Teams made up of shooters shooting from different yardages must judge distance from their appropriate stake. For example, a team member shooting in the open class will not be allowed to move up to a closer stake to help judge targets for a team member shooting from a closer stake.

5. ASA scoring. Low 12’s are always in play unless you call for the upper 12 prior to the shot. This style of scoring allows for more arrows in the 12 ring without breaking arrows or blocking shots. Two score cards will be kept during both rounds.

6. For the first 20 targets, teams will be broken up and grouped randomly for an individual score. For the second 20 targets, teams will shoot together and score only the best arrow. Total team score will be the average combined score of the 3 teammates’ individual rounds plus their second, “best arrow,” round.

7. For the second round, teams will be peer grouped with two teams per target or one team and an official.

8. Groups will have 3 hours to complete the first round. Then we will take a lunch break, and teams will start the second round about noon with a 3.5 hour time limit.

9. There will be no shoot-off. By peer grouping teams together for the second round, teams should keep each other in check.

10. SVA’S NO BULL RULES ARE TO BE USED AS A GUIDELINE FOR CLASSES, EQUIPMENT, SHOOTING RULES, SCORING, AND SPORTSMAN-LIKE CONDUCT.

 

 

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3-Man Scramble — 6/18/2017