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STAFAA - 3D Unmarked Indoor Championship 2019

29 Oct 2019

This is an Open Competition to which all Archers from Other Associations are kindly invited and will be covered by STAFAA Insurance. This will consist of 14 unmarked 3D animals which will be shot twice. 2 arrows per 3D and will be scored. The total points achievable for this round 1120. Scoring: Super Kill, 20 points, Vital, 16 points, Wound, 10 points. Adults, Junior & Cubs will all shoot at the same distance, maximum distance 25 yards. Please visit for photos and rules of the competition.

Cameras may not be used as range finders, and may be used (as a camera) only after all archers in the group have finished shooting the target.

Session Saturday:10.00am for 10.30am – Afternoon 12.30am for 1.00pm

Session Sunday: 10.30am for 11.00am

Entry Fee: Adults £10 - Juniors/Cubs £6 payment can be made on the day.

Booking can be made via if booking through the web site you must send your style of shooting to or and which session you are attending. Last day for entry Friday 8th November 2019.

Valid membership card must be provided on the day.

Catering will be available. Any questions please contact STAFAA shoot director - or mobile 07901557223

IFAA Rules: 2017-2018 50 2. 3D 
Only three dimensional targets as defined in Article 13C of the Policy section will be used for this Round:
3. Scoring areas:
a. The area defined by the inner circle is the “Kill” area.
b. For targets that have two or more inner circles, the inner areas are combined to make up a single score area called the “Kill” area.
c. The outer area is the “Vital” area.
d. The area between the “Vital” area and the “Hairline” of the animal is called the “Wound” area.
e. In the event that the 3D target includes a base or stand, a clear hairline will be drawn on the target that defines the limit of the wound area.
The position of this hairline will be shown on the picture on the indicator board at the shooting 4. Shooting positions:
a. There will be only one shooting position.
b. Only one arrow is shot from the marker.
c. No member of the group (or any other group) may go forward from the shooting marker until all members of the group have shot their arrow from that shooting marker.
5. Scoring:
Arrows that enter the 3-D target close to the hairline and do not remain embedded in the target are not counted and no other arrow shall be shot.
On 3D targets, arrows sticking in the target stand or base and those in the horns or antlers are not scored.
(Exec note: Arrows embedded in one of the legs of the target do count.)
20 points
16 points
10 points position. To score the arrow must cut through the drawn hairline.