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    Ibo question

    I know this may be a stupid question but what is the difference between the pro class and mbo other then entry fee .

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    Stabilizer length.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dustinC View Post
    Stabilizer length.
    uhhhh no. with all due respect :-)
    MBO is an advanced amateur class eligible for monetary awards. Pro is a pro class(just explaining the obvious). You should not see any pros in MBO but you will see some damn good shooters. Typically people move from MBO to semipro(if good enough)

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    no difference just the entry fee and if you shoot MBO one year and you want to go back to AH class you can if you shoot pro the only thing you can drop to is semi pro class.
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    ok thanks i was just looking over the rules and i didnt see any thing differnt between the 2 classes and was just woundering.
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    The difference is that some people have jobs and some get aid to shoot their bow. Some do both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRISH_11 View Post
    The difference is that some people have jobs and some get aid to shoot their bow. Some do both.

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    Not many of the Pros that don't work a 9-5 like the rest of us. Only a handful of full time archers. As far as the class differences; MBO can shoot when they choose as long as all 40 are complete by Sunday-Pros and Semis have shotgun starts and shoot 20Sat/20/Sun. No differences in equipment and both have max 50 courses. The average distance is probably a few yards longer on the Pro ranges. Oh and I forgot to mention, for some #*^?ing reason the IBO chooses to move the Pro ranges off of the main venue. Contrary to popular beliefs; this is not how most Pro shooters would like to have it. Makes it tough when Pros and armature shooters travel together..

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