Shooters will have the option of shooting either Sunday or Monday nights at the Indoor Range in Beloit, KS. We will be offering two separate 4 Week Leagues during the months of January and February. $35 entry fee covers ALL 4 nights of shooting. $30/members. Prizes will be awarded at the end of indoor season during regional tournament. Youth can shoot for Free "Just for Fun" bring your own bow & arrows.
Vegas 3 Spot League The 300 Round is a short-distance short-duration competition that can be done quickly, in about one hour. It is usually shot at 18 meters (20 yards). It consists of thirty arrows, each worth a maximum of ten points. The maximum score is 10×30=300 points, which is where the name of the round comes from. There are some peculiarities with the innermost gold ring (called the “X” ring). Sometimes it is used for tie-breaking. Sometimes it is used to make 20 yard shooting more challenging for archers using compound bows. It is written on the scorecard as “X”, and is counted as 10 points.
NFAA 5 Spot An NFAA 300 round consists of 12 ends shot at 20 yards distance. That means you’re up at bat 12 times. Each end consists of 5 arrows, so you will step up to the line shoot 5 arrows, score them, retrieve them and then do it again, 12 times. Here is the math part, each arrow has the potential of 5 points, so in each end you have the potential of scoring 25 points. 5 arrows shot x 5 points = 25 points.There are 12 ends so if you shoot a perfect 25 in each end you will score 300 points. 12 x 25 = 300 Archers have 4 minutes to shoot 5 arrows.