It all depend on the coarse. If you have lots of big targets under 30 yards you might have room for improvement. If you shooting at lots of turkeys and other small targets at or past 30 you are doing very well with that score. By the way check out this link It may help you out on 3D. http://www.archerydealer.com/forum/showthread.php?threadid=1491
Any score that challenges your personal best is a good score. Just go out and shoot against yourself and have fun. A few weeks ago, I was shooting a course that was set up terribly. Many of the vitals were completely obscured by junk in the way. I lost an arrow on a 20 yard target that should have been a piece of cake to hit because the arrow was deflected by the garbage in front of the target. After the fourth such target, I tore up my score card and had lots of fun from that point on. More and more, I find that I enjoy 3D more if I forget scoring and just shoot for fun. Just shoot one target at a time, forget the other targets and your score and enjoy the sport.
I'll be doing another Traditional 3-D shoot tomorrow. The first one I scored 194 out of 300. I am happy with that score because, I didn't loose one arrow. Tomorrow, I'll be looking to better that. I've been at it hard and can place them pretty good to 20 yards. What I'll have to over come is the target panic that starts to set in at the longer ranges.
Just got back from a 3D shoot. First 4 targets were bad, so I told the guys I was with lets have fun and what ever it will be a good day, after that I shot the best score of my life a 265, So you guys are right enjoy it or go home!
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