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    Default are these rules....

    to strict? just want to know ya'lls thoughts
    Plaques awarded to 1st-5th place in
    all individual divisions except Pro.
    One half of the fees collected for the
    Pro division will be awarded to the
    1st-3rd place finishers. Of this
    amount, 60% will be awarded to 1st
    place, 30% will be awarded to 2nd
    place, & 10% will be awarded to 3rd
    place.
    All shooters will be placed in 1 of 14
    divisions according to equipment,
    age, & gender.
    Equipment that does not conform
    will either go to the next division or
    be disqualified.
    Shooters may compete in more
    than one division provided that
    chosen divisions are shot on
    different ranges. (Not required for
    Traditional divisions.)
    Each range shall consist of
    McKenzie 3-D & Rinehart animal
    targets.
    All targets will be shot with field
    points.
    Arrow must touch (not pull) the
    line to count next higher score.
    Pass-through will be shot over if
    unable to determine score.
    All arrows will be scored before
    being pulled from target.
    Score cards will be kept by 2
    different shooters, they must be
    tallied before being turned in, & the
    scores must match or the lowest
    score will count.
    Scopes greater than 1X will be
    allowed on the range; however, the
    use of rangefinders, lasers, or other
    optical devices is not allowed.
    Tournament judges reserve the
    right to check any binoculars used
    on the range.
    i dont really undestand this rule?
    No clickers or draw stop devices
    will be allowed. The use of string
    lock or similar device is not allowed
    (unless medically necessary).
    No discussion of distance is allowed.
    Shooters must be touching the
    stake during the shot.
    Shooters may not go beyond stake
    and return prior to the shot.
    A pre-release will count as a shot if
    arrow cannot be retrieved by the
    shooter while touching the stake.
    If a shooter must leave the range
    due to illness or equipment failure,
    he or she may return and complete
    the range (circumstances to be
    decided by the tournament
    committee).
    Shooters may request a protest
    from the tournament committee.
    This requires a $25 fee (refunded if
    protest stands).
    Decisions of tournament judges are
    final.
    All divisions will have a strict time
    limit enforced , 2 minutes for the
    first shooter and 1 minute for each
    shooter afterwards.

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    THey sound fair to me. This is normal isnt it?
    That course was so easy I even missed a target !!

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    what kind of shoot are the rules for? I would say for a big national shoot no they are fine, infact theirs a few i would add about ibo speeds ext... if it was for just a local fun shoot, a few might be out of line, but anytime money is invilved for payback, their needs to be good rules inforced, theirs always a few who like to push them a bitjust to win!!

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    not for me there not. i have never shot at this shoot.tomorrow is my 1st time there spose to be alot of people there i just hope when i shoot a 12 they dont call it a 10. and the draw stop rule i never herd of that i cant shoot my bow with out it i just dont get that rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullspotter View Post
    what kind of shoot are the rules for? I would say for a big national shoot no they are fine, infact theirs a few i would add about ibo speeds ext... if it was for just a local fun shoot, a few might be out of line, but anytime money is invilved for payback, their needs to be good rules inforced, theirs always a few who like to push them a bitjust to win!!
    it is the :

    27th Annual
    BEN PEARSON MEMORIAL
    3-D Tournament
    July 14 & 15 , 2007
    Pine Bluff, Arkansas
    http://www.pinebluffbowhunters.org/Ben_Pearson_Memorial.html

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    14 separate groups huh... how many people do they think are showing up
    No I'm not dead

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