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  1. #1
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    Indoor 3D

    Hello,

    My friends and I wanna do an indoor 3D round on the Morrell targets, should it be 1 arrow each target, or 2 arrows each target?

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    Depends how many targets you have and in how much space..... If you have enough space to put 30 targets out then, only one shot per target... If you only have space for 10 targets then you should have 2 shots at each target....
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    I'll have about 22 targets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beefstew27 View Post
    I'll have about 22 targets.
    I'd say one shot per if it were outdoors.... Since it's gonna be indoors you could have everyone shoot twice and not tie up the shooting positions too much.

    I've only done one indoor 3D shoot. (I much prefer outdoors) and it was 15 targets.... We shot targets 1-15 then started back at 1 for 16 - 30.
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    We do a 32 shot course with at least 16 3d targets shooting some of them twice , using a color coded system for what number your shooting . it would be hard to explain on here.

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    the shop i shoot out of is 24 targets. thats all we shoot. works great. one arrow per target. up to 30 yards

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