3DA - Pro/Am Event Format

 

Time-Table:

 

Main Competitions:

Practice Ranges:

Open from 1pm Friday.

7:30am to 8:30am Saturday and will be open again after the UDC competition has ended. 

7:30am to 8:30am Sunday mornings.

 

Competition Briefing: 8:45am

Start: 9:00am

Scores must be handed in by: 15:00pm

Results and Awards: 16:00pm

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Side Competitions

The Lighted Nock Championships will cost £5.00 per entry. 

Rules are still to be determined but archer's will need at least 3 arrows with working lighted nocks and must be prepared to shoot long distances.

This is a just for fun shoot!

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Practice Ranges

A comprehensive practice target range is available FREE OF CHARGE to all competitors.

This includes bag targets at all ranges AND a 3D Practice targets, where you can practice as much as you wish is also available FREE OF CHARGE to all competitors.

Every archer competing at these events have a current Archery Association Membership.

Once the archer has chosen the Style and Class they wish to compete in they can pre enter the Event via the 3DA website, or phone 3DA to book in. 

Entries into the competitions must be pre-booked and paid as outlined on the entry form shown on the website.  Entries may be accepted on site, but please check with 3DA prior to travelling.

Upon arrival at the event:

 

  • The archer will be directed where to park.

  • The archer should report to Registration to collect their personal Range Assignment Card and pay if necessary.

 

 

3DA - UK National Series 2020 Competitions

 

The following is an explanation of the Competitions available at 3DA UK National Series Events in 2020.

 

Main COMPETITIONS:

Each weekend will consist of two separate competitions. Saturday will be the UDC (Un-known Distance Competition). Sunday will be the KDC (Known Distance Competition.) 

You do not have to shoot all weekend. You can choose to shoot either Saturday OR Sunday OR Both days. 

 

Rules Specific to Unknown Distance Competition (UDC):

In all Unknown Distance Competitions range finding is prohibited. All distances will be judged by the naked eye. No equipment, including but not limited to sights, binoculars, or spotting scopes will be used in a manner inconsistent with this prohibition. Using any part of the shooter’s body or equipment is prohibited, which includes “gapping techniques” that may also use equipment, or the “stepping off” of the distance to or from any target. 

 

Absolutely "NO FRAMING" methods are allowed. 

 

Shooters may carry “target cards” reflecting a picture or rendering of the specific targets being shot, but no marks or notations of any type may be made on these cards. In addition, the prohibition on marks or notations includes carrying, or making, any additional notes about distance or features of any target on a competition range. Exchanging target information with spectators or other shooting groups at any time during the tournament is strictly prohibited. Target information may only be discussed among members of a shooting group after all members of that group have shot the target. Violations will be referred to the Competition Committee and the first offense will result in disqualification of the shooter from the event.  A second offense will result in a suspension for the remainder of the tournament season with no refund of any entry fees paid.

 

Rules Specific to Known Distance Competition (KDC):

In all Known Distance Competitions ranges, distances may be provided by 3DA as measured within a one yard tolerance based on the equipment used. Shooters may elect to use range finders, but may not delay the time allowed and are required to share their information if requested by another competitor in their group. Shooters may carry “target cards” reflecting a picture or rendering of the specific targets being shot, but no marks or notations of any type may be made on these cards. In addition, the prohibition on marks or notations includes carrying or making any additional notes about features of any target on a competition range.

 

ADDITIONAL COMPETITIONS:

The Lighted Nock Championships:  

Rules are still to be determined but archer's will need at least 3 arrows with working lighted nocks and must be prepared to shoot long distances.

This is a just for fun shoot!

info@3darchery.co.uk   -  01767 262 385
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