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2nd Annual NFAA Midwest Classic Trail Shoot

Aug 31st and Sept 1st, 2019

Onsite registration available but only if space allows

Shooter must shoot 35 targets each day

Shotgun start at 10am each day rain or shine

Speed Limit 300 FPS (+3% for chrono differences)

70 Target shoot

2 arrows shot per target (except PeeWee only 1 arrow)

Scoring 11, 10, 8

 

4 targets per station with 4cm orange dots (11 ring) with a 2cm (10 ring) Yellow circle at distances between 4-19yds

2 targets per station with 7cm orange dots (11 ring) with a 3.5cm (10 ring) Yellow circle at distances between 20-30yds

1 target per station with a 10cm orange dot (11 ring) with a 5cm (10 ring) Yellow circle at distances between 31-60yds

1 target per station with a 13cm orange dot (11 ring) with a 6.5cm (10 ring) Yellow circle at distances between 63-88yds

1 target per station with a 20cm orange dot (11 ring) with a 10cm (10 ring) Yellow circle at 101yds  

 

Everything outside of the 10 ring that sticks foam will be an eight.

 

White-all other classes 101 Yard Max

Blue-youth (12-14 yrs) / Young Adult (15-17 yrs) / Trad/ Amateur Women 45 yard Max

Red-cub (8-11 yrs) 25 Yard Max

Orange-peewee (0-7 yrs) 15 Yard Max

 

Arrows must touch the next scoring ring to get the higher score value 

 

Trail Shoot Entry Fee:

All archers must pay the Trail Shoot fee

Plaques will be awarded to the winners

Pre-register by July 31st to avoid a $10 LATE FEE that is applied on and after August 1st

Shooters do not need to be NFAA members 

 

Adult (18+ yrs)            $50

Young Adult (15-17 yrs)     $35

Youth (12-14 yrs)           $30

Cub (8-11 yrs)             $25

*Pee Wee (0-7 yrs)         $20

 

*Pee Wees to shoot one arrow only

 

Money Shoot Entry Fee:

All Money Shooters must pay the Trail Shoot fee

All Money Shoot Entry Fees (100%) will be paid back to winning archers 

Money will be the only awards presented to the winners

Shooters do not need to be NFAA members 

Amateur Men and Women Individual Entry           $50

 

NFAA Tournament Fee:

All archers entering NFAA tournament must pay Trail Shoot fee and MUST be a current NFAA Member

Championship Rings will be awarded to the winners

 

Individual        $20 (No money awards)

Pro Division    $150 (100% payback, Money will be the only awards presented to the winners)

If you have shot in an archery event as a Pro in the 2019 shooting season, then you must shoot as a pro in this event.

You must be a card carrying pro to enter into the Pro division  

All Pro Shooters must shoot in the Trail Shoot and NFAA portions. 

Rules;

You will start shooting at the signal at approximately 10:00 am both days. The alarm horn will sound to begin.

1. All Shooters will shoot 35 targets on Saturday and 35 targets Sunday. You must shoot targets in order and may not skip targets.

2. YOU MUST START ON THE TARGET ASSIGNED ON YOUR SCORECARD. You will be disqualified from the event if you change targets without prior approval from Registration.

3. Your first target will be for SCORE. There is no practice target. Shoot from the stakes appropriate for your age group:

White- All other classes; 101 Yard Max

Blue- Youth, Young Adult, Trad, Amateur Women; 45 yard Max

Red- Cub; 25 Yard Max

Orange- Peewee; 15 Yard Max

4. This is a 2 arrow shoot (except PeeWee only 1 arrow), scored 11-spot (Orange dot), 10-kill (Yellow ring) and 8-wound (rest of body). Scoring is determined by the position of the arrow shaft; an arrow shaft need only touch the edge of the spot, scoring line or animal to gain the higher value. In the event the edge of the spot or scoring line has become distorted or missing from arrow impacts, the scorer must visually reconstruct the natural arc of the spot or scoring ring to determine the value of the arrow in question. The shooting group should be able to determine this if not a range official will.

5. The archer must be as close as possible to the shooting line plane (Parallel to target), which is marked by the distance stakes. No archer may advance to the target before all arrows in the group have been shot.

6. Arrows which are not visible that have passed through the animal’s scoring area, may be pushed back and scored so long as part of the arrow is still in the animal or backstop in which the animal is attached.

7. No archer shall advance to the target and then return to the stake to shoot again unless an arrow is found to have obviously passed through the animal and the group can not agree on the score.

8. Bounce outs, glance offs and off-ground skids or glances into the target WILL NOT count. If witnessed, arrows striking an object over the shooting lanes may be re-shot.

9. Any archer who shoots arrows at the target in excess of the prescribed number (2), shall lose the arrow or arrows of the higher value. Repeated arrows such as a test arrow or arrows for a bet shall deem the archer subject to disqualification. Any arrow shot into 2 separate targets loses the arrow of higher value. Lanes with more than 1 target the archer only shoots 1 target.

10. A shot arrow is an arrow that has been propelled by the string for any distance and MAY NOT be reshot.

11. In order to keep the tournament flowing smoothly, maximize the shooting line by shooting multiple archers at a time. If there are one or more open targets in front and two or more groups back up, the delaying group shall allow backed up groups to shoot through.

12. We will be enforcing a “3 Let down 4 draw back” rule. A fourth let down will be counted as a shot arrow.

13. Tripods for spotting scopes and tripods for binoculars shall not be permitted.

14. Both sets of cards must be turned in each day. The scorekeepers for each group need to pick up scorecards by 9:45 am on Sunday. Note: they will be filed under the target that you started on. On Sunday, scorecards must be turned in with both scorekeepers and shooter initials. Anyone signing an incorrect scorecard is subject to disqualification.

15. All shooting styles will abide with the Trail Shoot and current NFAA equipment rules. In the event of a conflict, the Trail Shoot rules prevail. Tournament Officials will judge any equipment rulings or doubtful arrow calls. Their word in all disputes is final.

16. It is your responsibility to verify the information listed on your scorecards. Be sure to check your name, style and class as posted on the scoreboard. Check all of the appropriate scoreboards; Trail and Money Shoot. If a correction is necessary please address it at registration before 4:00 pm Saturday. Corrections will not be accepted after 4:00 pm Saturday.

17. All arrows shot by an archer must match in arrow size, diameter and weight as well as fletching.

18. Protests must be submitted in writing along with a $50 protest fee to registration within 30 minutes following the end of the days shoot.

19. Scorecards must be turned in on Saturday within 30 minutes after the last group finishes shooting. After the announcement Sunday afternoon to end shooting, you will have 30 minutes to turn in your scores. Scorecards turned in after that time will not be posted.

20. In the case of equipment failure, the archer may have the needed time, as granted by a tournament official, for equipment repair or replacement and may shoot arrows required to assure that the proper sight settings are accurate, within the 45 minute time limit. Then, in the presence of the tournament official, be allowed to shoot the targets missed. This occurrence of repair or replacement may not happen more than once in any tournament day.

21. No archer shall draw a bow with the bow hand above the top of the head when drawing on a horizontal plane, parallel to the ground. This act is either referred to as “high drawing” or “sky jacking”. Any archer drawing a bow in such a manner is subject to immediate disqualification.

22. Absolutely NO alcoholic beverages may be carried or consumed on any range during shooting hours. Anyone caught breaking this rule will be immediately disqualified and escorted off the range.

23. Please be courteous to other archers. We know you may have to wait your turn to shoot, but please keep your conversations low while others are shooting.

24. Speed Limit 300 FPS (+3% for chrono differences)

25. All rules are subject to the interpretation of the Tournament Director.

The white stake will have the following;

10 targets 4-19 Yards
20 targets 20-30 Yards
32 targets 31-60 Yards
7 targets 63-88 Yards
1 target 101 Yards

The average yardages for each stake will be as follows;

White Stake - 37 yards

Blue Stake - 23 yards

Red Stake - 19 yards

Orange Stake - 10 yards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pre-Registration is now open!!

Thank you to our great sponsors

Thank you to everyone that traveled in for this event. We were very pleased to have shooters from 16 different states! The results are posted below.