Indoor and Outdoor, FITA and GNAS rounds.

Here you will find details of all current archery rounds; both metric and imperial, for indoor and outdoor shooting.



Indoor Rounds.

Most rounds are shot on a standard target face , using 10 zone scoring; from inner gold (10) to outer white (1) Compound archers can use the 3 spot face on a FITA 18 or 25, which only shows the inner 5 scoring zones; to prevent arrow damage.
A Vegas round consists of 3 triangulated targets, showing only the inner five scoring zones. Scores of only 6 or above count. A single numbered arrow is shot at each face, if the wrong arrow hits the target it does not score.
A Worcester round is on a 16" black & white five zone scoring face, with the 'gold' scoring 5. One target is placed above the other and each archer swaps targets every 2.5 dozen arrows.


                   
               Standard Face                          3 Spot                       Vegas Face                             Worcester Face


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Outdoor GNAS Imperial rounds.

All outdoor GNAS imperial rounds are shoot on a 122cm standard face with 5 zone scoring; where the Gold is worth 9, the Red 7, Blue 5, Black 3 and the white 1.
On a round where two or more distances are shot, the furthest distance is always shot first. You are allowed your sighters on the first distance, but when the target moves forward you score straight away.

                                                                
                                                                                Standard Face


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Outdoor GNAS Metric Rounds.

GNAS outdoor Metric rounds are shot on a combination of 122cm and 80cm standard faces, at varying distances throughout the round. They are all 10 zone scoring with the inner Gold scoring 10 and the outer White scoring 1. As with the GNAS Imperial Outdoor rounds, you may have sighters for your first 6 arrows at the first distance, but when the target moves forward you go straight into scoring. The furthest distance is always shot first.

                                                         
                                                                         Standard Face



Outdoor WA rounds.

WA (World Archery) rounds are generally shot a combination of distances, on both 122cm and 80cm standard faces. All rounds are 10 zone scoring with the inner Gold scoring 10 and the outer White 1. The furthest distance is always shot first and sighters are only allowed on that distance.

                                                           
                                                                            Standard Face


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