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NFAA Shooting Styles (Simplified) This guide provides simple illustrations as a guide to the NFAA shooting styles and the common abbreviations used to describe them. It is reprinted from the California Bowmen Hunters and State Archery Association (CBH/SAA) Newsletter
NFAA Shooting Styles This NFAA guide is from the NFAA website and provide complete descriptions of each of the NFAA shooting styles.
CVH/SAA Classications Chart This chart provides the basis for classifications by CBH/SAA based on shooting styles, age groups, and average shooting scores. This guide is reprinted from the California Bowmen Hunters and State Archery Association (CBH/SAA) Newsletter
CVH/SAA Handicap Chart The CVH/SAA Handicap Chart. This chart is reprinted from the California Bowmen Hunters and State Archery Association (CBH/SAA) Newsletter
CVH/SAA Handicap Calculator Calculate your handicap using the South Bay Archery club handicap calculator.

ABOUT FIELD ARCHERY    

Field archery consists of shooting 4 arrows at 28 targets. The target scores 5 for the spot, 4 for the middle ring, and a black 3 ring. During the field round, adults and young adults shoot from the white stakes, youth from the blue and cubs from the black.

The target for the hunter round has a white 5 point spot, and black 4 point and 3 point rings. Basically you shoot at a white spot on a black target. Adults and young adults shoot from the red stakes, youth from the blue, and cubs from the black.

We do an animal round during our open shoot months. These are paper targets (not 3-d’s), that have a kill ring and a wound ring. You shoot up to three arrows and stop shooting when you hit the animal. If you hit the target with the first arrow the scores are 20 points for kill, and 18 for wound. Second arrow scores are 16 for kill and 14 for wound, third arrow scores are 12 for kill and 10 for wound. Yellow stakes are used for animal rounds. You can probably guess what your score will be if you miss all three arrows!

For more information about field archery click here nfaa-archery.org

 

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