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Rules for SSAC - 18C Shrinking Disc

The Scorekeeper last approved scores for this shoot on: 9/9/18

Shoot Begins: Friday, June 1, 2018
Shoot Ends: Friday, August 31, 2018
Scores must be Submitted by: Friday, September 7, 2018 and within 30 days of being shot.

Rules:
This shoot is pulled from the old Atlantian Seasonal Challenge. It was a shoot designed to help archers work on shooting better at greater ranges.

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

Shoot:
Archers will shoot 6 shafts at each distance, the object is to hit the target with at least 3 of those shafts. Archers start at 15 yards. After shooting 6 arrows at the distance, if at least 3 shafts hit the disc the archer moves back 5 yards, repeating until less than 3 shafts hit the disc. At this point the round ends, as the archer has not hit the target 3 times to continue to the next distance. See the Example below. All archers are encouraged, but not required, to continue shooting the longer distances for practice until the round for everyone has ended.

Target:
Using a standard 60cm target face. At 15 yards, the entire 60 cm target face is a disc (all 10 rings). Each 5 yards moved back, the disc surface is reduced by one ring (each color has two rings in it). Thus the farthest distance will be 60 yards shooting for the center most ring. Should any archer reach that distance successfully and require additional ends, they will continue in 5 yard increments shooting at the center 10 ring for score.

Scoring:
Each arrow that hits the disc for that end counts for 2 points. The inner rings do not matter, this is only a hit or miss shoot. Any arrow breaking the line counts in the archer`s favor.

In addition the Max Range is the yardage at which the Archer last successfully hit the disc with three arrows.

Printable Score sheet provided by Thomas of Salisbury.

Example:
The round runs in this fashion:
- Starting at 15 yards, archer gets 4 hits, worth 8 points.
- Moves back to 20 yards, gets 5 hits, worth 10 points.
- Moves back to 25 yards, gets 3 hits, worth 6 points.
- Moves back to 30 yards, gets 2 hits, worth 4 points.
As this archer hit the disc less than 3 times their round is now over.
(Suggest they continue shooting until all archers rounds are complete)
Their Max Range score would be 25 points as it is the last range they hit with 3 or more arrows.



This shoot was provided by:
The Atlantian Archery Community, for questions contact:Master Jonathas
 

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