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3D-RULES AND POLICIES

A. Each RAFD tournament will consist of one round of 20 individual 3-D targets (non-moving). The target ranges will be set up indoors and outdoors, indoors when possible will be at hunting/outdoor expos.

B. Shooters can register online or onsite (first come first serve on flight times).

C. Each qualifier will have flights, the # of flights as well as shooters may vary per event. Shooters may choose a flight time during registration. Flights and times will be on a first come first serve basis.

D. Shooters must show up and sign in 30 mins prior to their registered flight time to receive their score card.

E. The tournament range will have 20 shooting lanes. Each lane will have a maximum of 3 shooters in a group. The first shooter from the group will shoot the assigned target for that lane. Once the first shooter has shot, the second shooter will step to the shooting lane to shoot, after the second shooter the third will shoot. All 20 shooters on the shooting line will be shooting at random. After ALL 60 shooters have shot, the Range official will acknowledge that ALL shooting lanes are CLEARED for scoring. The 20 Lane format may vary per location, due to space. Changes will be at the discretion of the Tournament Director.

F. If we do not have enough officials to score with each group, groups of 3 will be required to score each other’s arrows and CAN NOT score their own arrow.

G. An arrow must be completely cutting the scoring ring or in the inner ring. NO PULLING LINES!

H. Scoring will be 5,8,10, 12 (UPPER & LOWER).

I. Targets will be set up at yardages of 10-40 yards. This is KNOWN yardage.

J. Shooters WILL BE ALLOWED to use range finders and binoculars.

K. Sights: Most bow sights may be used, NO magnification! No laser.

L. Stabilizers: front and back may be used, must not be greater than 16” from riser.

M. Arrows: The maximum diameter is 8.0mm

N. Screw in field/practice points and glue in tips ARE allowed, NO broad heads.

O. This is a HUNTING style tournament

P. Shooters should be prepared to shoot from tree stands approximately 1 foot off of the ground, from both a sitting and standing position. Shooters could also be shooting from pop-up ground blinds.

Q. There is no Speed restriction. BUT shooter must be able to pull the bow back in a safe manner. Shooter must follow ALL bow and arrow manufacture recommendations.

R. Tiebreakers will be determined by the # of 12’s each shooter has. If the 12 count is the same then a 10 count will be used and so on.

S. The Tournament Director has the right to disqualify any shooter that he deems as unsafe, or is acting in a manner that is deemed a hindrance to other shooters, there will NOT be a refund for such infractions.

                                                               CHANGING LIVES IN THE IMAGE OF HUNTING ONE ARROW AT A TIME.

About the nonprofit

Raised At Full Draw is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization headquartered in Winterset, Iowa.  We offer a variety of camps around the United States. 

Contacts

Email: info@raisedatfulldraw.com
Headquarters: 1221 E Buchanan St. Winterset IA 50273

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