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    known 45 ibo

    its a yes or no.No need for comments .My plan is to show the IBO the results then maybe they will add the class if there is a big enough response/



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    known 45 ibo

    Or correct spelling
    Last edited by jmann28; August 6th, 2014 at 09:41 PM. Reason: edit

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    I fixed that Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer head View Post
    I fixed that Richard

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    Ttt

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    Can't think of one reason not to.

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    Nope

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    No need

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    Quote Originally Posted by T&A View Post
    No need
    Really? K45 in the ASA is a very large class that grew quickly AND the Womens Known class is large. It has been proven that Known classes are very good at drawing archers to the game and keeping archers in the game. I understand not everyone thinks this important especially those that have no interest in shooting Known distance. there are those that will not personally benefit form the addition of Known classes. BUT archery organizations, archery clubs and archery in general benefit from Known distance 3D and that is what is most important. There really is only a small down side and even that is ONLY temporary, some real committed 3D archers are against known distance 3D. But overall the high participation level of Known distance 3D far out weighs the veteran 3D'ers and the Pro 3D'ers that are against the game. I appreciate their feelings but those feelings are personal and not in the best interest of archery for the long haul.
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    IBO would draw a good crowd of if they had a Known Class.
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    I say yes! I wouldn't shoot in it but I am thinking of the growth of the organization.
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    The only way IBO should add any new classes attracting new shooters would be if they added more ranges to the shoots. They are way too crowded as it is. Having to take 4 hours to complete 20 targets is annoying and the last thing needed are more shooters on the same ranges.
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    yes but they cant pull it off because that's more work

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    Yes. Encourage more shooters!
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    Doesn't ASA courses take 4 hours to shoot???

    I'm asking...not being sarcastic!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vabowdog View Post
    Doesn't ASA courses take 4 hours to shoot???

    I'm asking...not being sarcastic!!
    usually not
    but sometimes at like Kentucky in Illinois some of the classes have over 100 shooters on a range at one time that takes a little bit of time
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    Yes.

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    IBO is not the ASA different rules different speeds no known yardages in the IBO its not a field event the nfaa has that
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    Yes but ibo board is to closed minded to allow it

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    Yes. Why can't I vote any more?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dartshooter View Post
    yes but they cant pull it off because that's more work
    lol this^^^^^^^. Yes on vote but agree on above statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vabowdog View Post
    Doesn't ASA courses take 4 hours to shoot???

    I'm asking...not being sarcastic!!
    Ive had friends wait 4 hours just to START a course at an IBO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vabowdog View Post
    Doesn't ASA courses take 4 hours to shoot???

    I'm asking...not being sarcastic!!
    Generally, no it does not take 4 hours. I bet I've shot more courses in closer to 3 hours than 4 hours. You also should realize that the time to shoot an ASA course is predictable as opposed to the IBO. For example, I knew shooting K45 with over 100 shooters would take approximately 3.5 hours. If the course has a narrow trail and narrow target paths with 100+ archers it could be 3.75 hours. Of course the opposite is also true with some courses that are easier to move around on taking 3.25 hours. The ASA has a specific start time and if you bet on starting within 15 minutes of that time you'll be right much more often than not so you know about when you will finish.

    I shot K50 in Kentucky. We moved crisply through the course with 5 guys on our stake both days.

    Of course, if there are issues on the range then 15 or so minutes could be added to the time to shoot. But on ASA courses the ranges are easily accessible so even completely resetting a target will only cause a 5 minute delay for a couple of groups. There are range very accessible on EVERY range in the worst case scenario a tournament official can be at a target in a minute or two. The way the ASA runs, manages and structures their tournaments is far superior to what the IBO does.

    I don't know anyone that has shot an ASA tournament that liked the IBO tournament format (course layout, shotgun start, random draw groups) better than the ASA's. I really like trail shoots but it is not really conducive to a large tournament with a large number of archers for a variety of reason. The ASA also has a Pro/Am tournament the day prior to the regular shoot and they also have a SIMS Limbsaver course. There are more opportunities to compete at ASA tournaments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vabowdog View Post
    Doesn't ASA courses take 4 hours to shoot???

    I'm asking...not being sarcastic!!
    I said 4 hours to shoot 20 targets. that would be 8 hours to shoot 40. At worlds a few years ago, it took 2.5 hours to shoot 12 targets, and this is with set starting times. Not a range official anywhere to speed anyone up. There was a rain delay and I just went home. I didn't spend 4 hours to get there just to get that aggravated. Last year at Marengo, it took 4 hours for 20. All they need to do is set more ranges instead of having so many classes fighting for the same targets.
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