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Format for indoor 3D shoots

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Our club is nearing the completion of a brand new 140' x 40' indoor range. We have great expectations to include weekly indoor 3D shoots this winter. We want to make these shoots enjoyable for all but, we have some concerns in selecting a format that will appeal and draw both the competitive and non-competitive shooters. What does everyone think? Classes, prizes, etc...?
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At my shop they have 3d shoots every Friday Night, 10 shots on the close line, and 10 on the back line, 20 shots at 20 to 25 yards. Everyone has a team mate that is not known until after the shoots is over. The high two scores(team) totaled up together is 1st, usually have 3 places, Also have a high score for one individual, and at the end, for an extra 5 bucks there is a shoot down on some real hard target with 14 being the best score. At the beginning, according to how many people there are, your name will be called with your group(3-4 shooters) and your put on your starting # on the front row 1 thru10, shoot one arrow at a time, move to the right until you have shot all 10, then we have a 10-15 minute break, and then start on the back row behind the # you shot first on the first row. It starts at 7pm and usually last until around 9 or 930.
 

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Forgot about the prizes. Our shop give out gift certificates for the team shoot, usually 3 places. Total overall individual score is also a shop gift certificate, and the shootdown at the end is cash. Hope this helps. The percentage given back in prize money is not known, guess it depends alot on how many shooters they have.
 
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