Flying Pig 3D Shoot & Fundraiser – Sunday, Feb 3, 2019!!
**ATTENTION ALL ARCHERS**
It is time for the
Annual Flying Pig 3D Tournament & Fundraiser!!
This Event will be a Fundraiser for
the Shelter to Soldier Organization.
The San Diego Archers will match 100% all funds raised at the Flying Pig 3D and donate the entire collection to Shelter to Soldiers!
DONATIONS STILL BEING ACCEPTED!
PRINTABLE SDA DONATION LETTER (W/ TAX ID#)
PRINTABLE FLYING PIG FLYER!
Shelter to Soldier – Saving lives, two at a time
Bringing Post-9/11 Combat Veterans Together with Trained Rescue Dogs
to Help Both Recover and Move Forward. Shelter to Soldier adopts dogs from local shelters and trains them to become psychiatric service dogs for post-9/11 combat veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or other psychological injuries associated with traumatic service experiences. Shelter to Soldier is a 501c3 Nonprofit Organization.
Bring extra $$$ for mulligans at the Flying Pig and for tickets to win exciting prizes!
(Prize donations still being accepted. Send an email to email@example.com, if you would like to contribute!)
The San Diego Archers
Will host this fun, novelty event
On Sunday, February 3, 2019
At the Balboa Park Rube Powell Archery Range
Registration opens at 7:00 am
Registration closes at 8:45 am
Shoot begins at 9 am
THE FLYING PIG 3D SHOOT
~Range Finders Allowed~
If you know anything about the local flora and fauna of the Balboa Park area of San Diego, you will be aware of not only the existence but also the migratory patterns of the Pink Lesser Spotted Rhinehart Flying Pig.
For those of you who are less familiar with this legendary exodus, all indications point to the migration beginning on Sunday, February 3rd, 2019, starting at 9:15 am and lasting until around noon. During this time we anticipate that each person will get at least one chance to shoot at this unusual creature during its majestic flight across the Balboa Park skies (plus 27 other targets)!
So, get out your bows and start practicing! Registration for this range finder-approved novelty 3D event starts at 7:00 am.
This is a 28 target, 2 ARROW per target, novelty 3D shoot. You’ll find the Pink Lesser Spotted Rhinehart Flying Pig and a wide range of other high-quality Rhinehart and Mackenzie targets set at unmarked yardages in various hunting scenarios.
3D SHOOT DETAILS
* Scoring: 10-8-5 (Flying Pig scoring: 25-20-16-10)
* Maximum Score: 590
* Mulligans & Doe Tags ($1 each):
If you missed or scored low with the first or second arrow, a mulligan allows you to take another shot at a target. If you use a mulligan, your score is determined by that mulligan arrow, even if you score worse than the original arrow. You may use a second mulligan on the same target.
There will be 1 or 2 buck-doe spreads in the field, where the doe is placed between the buck and the archer. If you hit the doe and do not have a doe tag, you score -5 on the target. If you have a doe tag, you score zero. You cannot use a mulligan if you hit the doe, whether or not you have a doe tag. If you hit the buck or miss completely, you may use a mulligan and your score is determined from that mulligan arrow.
FLYING PIG MULLIGANS
Additional mulligans may be purchased for the Flying Pig! ($1 each)
* $10 for SDA members & Active Duty Military
* $15 for non-members.
Note: As with all 3D shoots – We will shoot come Rain or Shine.
* For 15 years and older, the longest distance is 50 yards.
* For Youths (12-14 yo), the longest distance is 40 yards.
* For Cubs (11 yo & under), the longest distance is 25 yards.
Please arrive at the Balboa Park Archery Range with plenty of time to register.
Please send any questions or comment to: SanDiegoArchers@yahoo.com
Previous Recipients of the San Diego Archers Fundraising Efforts
- 2018: The Wounded Warrior Battalion Archery Clinic
- 2017: Museum of Man-Jessop Archery & Weapons Collection Preservation
- 2016: SDA Member’s Danielle & Will Miller Family and Cure SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy)
- 2015: Adaptive Sports & Recreation Association
- 2014: EOD Warrior Foundation