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  1. When designing lighting for an indoor range,...

    When designing lighting for an indoor range, consider what they do in bowling lanes, with jagged ceiling height so the lights are not in direct view.

    Their method in the "Full Quiver" range is...
  2. There is a very comprehensive guide on shooting...

    There is a very comprehensive guide on shooting range development on the Archery Trade Association website here: http://www.archerytrade.org/

    Look near the bottom of the home page, under a red...
  3. Allow plenty of space behind the shooting line....

    Allow plenty of space behind the shooting line. Lots of people who setup ranges key in on the distance from the shooting line to the target, and forget about space to set bow on rack and get back...
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    Actually, the current rule is for a MAXIMUM of 5...

    Actually, the current rule is for a MAXIMUM of 5 fixed reference points. The Agenda Item specifies 4 or 5 fixed reference points. I expect its intent was to eliminate people using "freestyle" type...
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    Each person sets their own pins how it works for...

    Each person sets their own pins how it works for them.

    When I shot BHFSL I set my pins at 20, 30, 40, 50, 60. For the short targets (10, 15) just hold the 20 pin a little low. For 65, hold the 60...
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    Well first you have to know you need 4-5 pins,...

    Well first you have to know you need 4-5 pins, then you have to afford / buy one, and some sights are rather difficult to add a pin.

    I'd hate to tell a guy who shows up with 3 pins for a field or...
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    College Archery Scholarships

    Just received this by email today. It was addressed to all the NASP State Coordinators I think,.

    As Kentucky Christian University’s Head Archery Coach, I am thrilled to announce that we are...
  8. Rinehart makes skunks. Our club has a pair,...

    Rinehart makes skunks. Our club has a pair, always put out two because there is only room for so many arrows in a small target.
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    Is that applying just to one of the sites, or all...

    Is that applying just to one of the sites, or all of them? I had heard that for our Washington site (Capitol City Bowmen, near Olympia, July 4th weekend) they were going to make one range marked and...
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    The other problem with this agenda item...

    The other problem with this agenda item (requiring 4-pin or 5-pin sights) is that it ignores the people who use 3-pin sights. Particularly some of the guys who concentrate on hunting or 3D, and some...
  11. Thread: NASP forum

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    I've heard the way the Deaf and Blind school does...

    I've heard the way the Deaf and Blind school does it is archers are paired, one stands behind the blind archer and coaches them into the spot "higher", "a little left" "shoot".
  12. Thread: NASP forum

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    You've got it right, NASP is the National Archery...

    You've got it right, NASP is the National Archery in the Schools Program. It is, as it sounds, a nationwide and including several countries program to teach archery in our schools, both public and...
  13. Thread: NASP forum

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    We run a NASP State Championship each year - 2015...

    We run a NASP State Championship each year - 2015 will be our 10th annual tournament. The first few were run in MS and HS gyms, the past 5 (six including this year) have used Central Washington...
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    Again, custom strings and cables (non-standard...

    Again, custom strings and cables (non-standard length) would not be legal under NASP regulations.

    NASP is indoor, 3 ends of 5 arrows at 10 meters, 3 ends of 5 arrows at 15 meters, total 30 arrows...
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    Per the NASP competition rules, 3.2.6.6. The...

    Per the NASP competition rules, 3.2.6.6. The standard cable guard, grip, slide, wheel, cam, bearings, riser, and limbs must be
    original and unmodified.

    So no, taking the grip off the bow and...
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    Actually, one of the things I like about having...

    Actually, one of the things I like about having The Vegas shoot at the South Point is that there is direct access between the hotel towers and the Convention / Arena area, with no need to go through...
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    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Archery has...

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Archery has announced that the U.S. National Field Championships will be held at the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Complex in Yankton, South Dakota.

    The tournament...
  18. Thread: NASP forum

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    Wow, I'm surprised no one has answered yet, as...

    Wow, I'm surprised no one has answered yet, as several people seemed to react favorably to having a NASP forum.

    As NASP State Coordinator, I'd like to share info about how to publicize the program...
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    A couple of the responders missed the point that...

    A couple of the responders missed the point that this young archer shoots a Mathews Genesis for his schools NASP program. The Genesis bow without modifications is the only bow legal in NASP...
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    I use PowerPoint and search for appropriate Clip...

    I use PowerPoint and search for appropriate Clip Art.

    We use several of these targets in our Safari shoots.

    I'll attach one.

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  21. That is an absolutely cool mapping program. What...

    That is an absolutely cool mapping program. What is required to use it? ($$$??)

    I'd love to see all the archery Clubs and Shops in our state in a geographic presentation. I've got the data in a...
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    NASP used to have a forum on their own site, I...

    NASP used to have a forum on their own site, I miss it too. I guess it got hacked a lot and was tough to administer keeping out the junk posts.

    Would be nice to have 2-3 sub forums:
    1 for...
  23. NFAA and USA Archery have made an agreement to...

    NFAA and USA Archery have made an agreement to use a unified coach certification, at least for the first couple levels.

    At the higher level of proficiency, and different event specialties, there...
  24. Thread: Indoor range ?

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    Well, NFAA standards are in their Constitution...

    Well, NFAA standards are in their Constitution and By-Laws, and also on the NFAA inspection forms.

    Here is a link to the NFAA documents: https://www.nfaausa.com/documents

    You would want the...
  25. In Washington State we have several: ARCHERY...

    In Washington State we have several:

    ARCHERY WORLD
    803 Grand Blvd Vancouver
    Joe Mallicoat (360) 693-7510
    Joe@archeryworld.net
    www.archeryworld.net
    NOCK POINT
    22313 70th Ave West, Suite...
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    The shooting times are posted on the NFAA website...

    The shooting times are posted on the NFAA website here: https://www.nfaausa.com/tournaments/vegas-shoot-schedule but a friend pointed out that doesn't completely nail it down if you are shooting...
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    NASP instructions say to set the nock locator...

    NASP instructions say to set the nock locator 1/2" to 5/8" high (assuming archer is nocking the arrow below the nock locator and shooting 3-fingers under).

    The 3-fingers under is NOT MANDATORY for...
  28. After reading the description of this seminar...

    After reading the description of this seminar offering, this certification route sounds a lot more reasonable. The pro-shop guy who may already be teaching archery works through the "stations" at his...
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    Actually, I think they are epoxied in, not hot...

    Actually, I think they are epoxied in, not hot glue like most archers use. They are REALLY difficult to get out because the point is such a tiny cone. They include 2-part epoxy with the NASP...
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    Well, a Young Adult (age 15, 16, 17) (by NFAA...

    Well, a Young Adult (age 15, 16, 17) (by NFAA rules) shoots the same distance as the adult, but a Youth (age 12, 13, 14) should have shorter distances, maximum of 50 yards.
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