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    Question Rules for 3D ??

    I was wondering if there are rules for what type of bow, stablizers sizes, like there are in NFAA . I know that some shoots let you use rangefinders but most big shoots do not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SICBob View Post
    I was wondering if there are rules for what type of bow, stablizers sizes, like there are in NFAA . I know that some shoots let you use rangefinders but most big shoots do not.
    First of all welcome to the forum and yes at most 3D shoots there are different equipment classes to choose from and there are different 3D organizations like the IBO, is the only one I am really familiar with but I know their are others but I can't think of there names..
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    Different ranges or clubs may have different rules. But to keep it simple. Open Class is anything goes.....Mens Release--fixed pins, stabilizers 12" or less. Bowhunter Class--fixed pins (no more than 4) and stabilizers no longer than 10". Now you can break down into many different classes, but most ranges will at least have these classes.
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    Just to add to that, most shoots also have "Traditional" class too.

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    Theres alot of different clubs with different rules it also depends on which state u live in.
    Here in Va we have,NAA,NFAA,ASA,IBO,and the VBA-IBOwhich i shoot
    all have different rules'
    But pretty close as before mentioned, unlimited,limited,youth or pro,bohunter,youth.
    You'll probably have to check the club in your state.
    And if i fogot to tell ya, to the forum
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    I think around us they go by the ASA rules
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    Quote Originally Posted by QSA View Post
    I think around us they go by the ASA rules
    our clubs do to for the most part.... http://www.asaarchery.com/
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