3D Round and Archery Safety Awareness – April 2, 2023
will be hosted by the the San Diego Archers on
Sunday, April 2, 2023
at the Rube Powell Balboa Park Archery Range
• Preregister and pay online today
This month we’ll be focusing on Archery Safety Awareness.
If you are a paying member of the San Diego Archers you’ll receive official San Diego Archers safety glasses as a thank you for being a member of the San Diego Archers. Be sure to pick one up at the registration table!
All shooters will be asked to read and complete a safety checklist and written answer to this question:
“When speaking with a new archer on the archery range, what safety tips would you give to him or her relating to archery safety?”
Be creative with you answer and have fun—Archery safety makes archery better for everyone!
On the day of the shoot, visit the registration table between 7:45 am to 8:30 am. Sign the paper waiver form for each participant and pick up a blank scorecard before entering the practice area. Speed up registration by printing and signing your waiver form now?
Range briefing will begin after 8:30 am, and shooting will commence after 9 am.
Volunteers are needed at 7am to help set up and take down targets!
If you’re unable to help set up targets, please help us in taking down and storing the targets at the end of the shoot. Remember: volunteers receive a $15 club credit card to shoot for FREE!
Contact us by filling out our volunteer form if you’d like to help.
This 3D Round includes:
28 3D targets
1 Arrow per Target
Scoring is 10-8-5
Maximum Score is 280
Rangefinders are allowed
We use a wide range of high-quality Rhinehart and Mackenzie targets set in various hunting scenarios. Only one arrow per target is allowed unless mulligans were purchased. Up to two mulligans and two doe tags may be purchased for $1 each.
About Mulligans and Doe Tags
If you missed or scored low with the first arrow, a mulligan allows you to take another shot at a target. Your score is determined by that second (mulligan) arrow even if your score turns out worse than the first arrow.
You could use the second mulligan on the same target but your score is determined by the last arrow shot.
There is a maximum of two buck-doe spreads in the field where the is doe placed between the buck and the archer. If you hit the doe and do not have a doe tag, you score negative five (-5) points on that target. With a doe tag, you score zero (0) points however you cannot use a mulligan if you hit the doe regardless of possessing a doe tag or not.
If you hit the buck or miss completely, you may use a mulligan and your score is determined from that second arrow.
Traditional Stakes for Recurve Archers and Longbows Shooters
Longer range targets will have a traditional stake (orange cone) set (per NFAA rules). Orange cones are designated for Youth and Traditional archers with a maximum distance of 40 yards.
* For 3D Round events, if range-to-target is greater than 40-yards due to an apparent error in target cone set-up, you may use a rangefinder to adjust your shooting range to 40-yards.
• For Youths (12-14 yo), the longest distance is 40 yards
• For Cubs (11 yo & under), the longest distance is 25 yards.
View NFAA Scoring Rules
$10 for SDA members & Active Duty Military
$15 for non-members
• Preregister and pay online now?
• Print and bring along a signed waiver?
• Receive a $15 Club Credit (shoot free) by volunteering?
Paper shoots may be canceled due to heavy rain (Animal, Hunter, Field Rounds). While 3D Shoots will NOT be canceled due to bad weather!
After tallying your paper scorecard, submit your score online at https://sandiegoarchers.com/scoring
Please submit your score online. If you choose to not submit your score online, your participation in the tournament may not be recorded. Your uploaded or paper scorecard is still required for verification purposes.