Quivers and Quarrels
 
Marshal's Login
User's Guide
  Scores Home Pages
 
QnQ Home
Newsletter
Society Seasonal Archery Challenge
Grand Archery Tournament
Email List
 
  SSAC
       Slots        Whats Next        Previous Shoots
            19B-Tic Tac Toe             19A-Horseman             18D Lucky Target             18C Shrinking Disc             18B Armored Enemy             18A Tic Tac Toe             17D Quarterly&Saltire             17C Grouping             17B Golf Full Course             17B Golf Par 3             17A Lucky Target             16D Falling Leaves             16C Tibetan             16B Piety/Pride FINALS             16B Piety/Pride             16A YinYang             15D Matching             15C Grouping             15B Hit & Run             15A Lucky Target             14D Triangle             14C Slots             14B YinYang             14A Horseman             13D Lucky Target             13C 5 Pillars-Accuracy             13C 5 Pillars-Distance             13C 5 Pillars-Injury             13C 5 Pillars-Speed             13C 5 Pillars-Totals             13C 5 Pillars-Unharm             13B Pass Through             13A Roundel Sextet             12D Triangle             12C Wand             12B Ferrara Ring
  GAT
  IKAC / IKCAC
  Event Shoots
 
General Users Guide
Name Search
Local Practices
Timers
Sponsored Merchants
 
 

Rules for SSAC - Repeat-Wand

The Scorekeeper last approved scores for this shoot on: unknown

Shoot Begins: Monday, January 1, 3010
Shoot Ends: Tuesday, January 2, 3010
Scores must be Submitted by: Wednesday, December 1, 3013 and within 30 days of being shot.

Rules:

Proposed Shoot - Repeat


May be considered for repeat beginning with Winter 2013

Qualified Seasons: Summer




The object is to shoot a thin vertical target consisting of either an actual wand, or a suitable substitute.

Please read the SSAC General Rules, as these apply to all SSAC shoots. Below are the additional rules for this specific shoot.

Target:
The target is a length of 1x2 (actual scoring width 3/4") with a marked 3' long scoring area OR a 3'x3/4" piece of contrasting tape on a target face or butt.

If using the wooden wand, it should be placed 3 feet in front of any backstop system used to prevent any confusion over canted arrows leaning against the wand.

The wooden wands need to be secured someway, preferably a portable hole, or actually driven into the ground. They should have a clearly defined scoring area 3' in length.

The tape substitutes should be clearly marked as 3' long and 3/4" wide.

Running the Shoot:
The wand shoot starts at 15 yds for adults. 3 arrows are shot each round. A minimum of 1 hit is required to advance to the next range.

Ranges:
Adult Ranges are 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40 yds.
Youth Ranges are 10, 10, 15, 15, 20, and 20 yds.

Scoring:
1 Point is scored for each wand strike within the marked 3' scoring area.
For wand substitutes, such as tape, cutting the tape is required. For wooden wands, a visual brush is acceptable (ie. someone actually saw it connect with the wand on the way by.)

A Bonus of 1 point for each successfully completed end is also awarded.

A perfect score would be: 24 points


This shoot was suggested by:
James Llewellyn ap Gruffydd
 

Web Ministers, to directly link to this page use the following link:
http://scores-sca.org/public/scores_rules.php?R=25&Shoot=208&DL=Y
Disclaimer and Copyright information
This is an OFFICIAL site for the Quivers & Quarrels