Iron Archer

by Forester Cirion the Left-handed

Archers in the middle ages used a very different target than the one we use today. They also shot at different ranges. Test your skill against the traditional target at traditional ranges. The York Round is 144 arrows, 6 dozen at 100, 4 dozen at 80, 2 dozen at 60. This would be shot into a large circular target with 9pts for the center gold ring, next ring is red for 7pts, next white ring 5pts, next the black for 3pts, and finally the outer white ring for 1pt. We will be shooting fewer arrows but the same distances.

Standard traditional target with different size rings. Possible pts is 442 but highly unlikely that someone would even approach this at these ranges. We will divide their total score by 2.

Setup Time - 40 minutes
# Targets - 3
# bales/target - 3

Shoot Time - 25 minutes / 24 archers
Total Possible Points -

Rules/Setup

Station #

Target/Description

# Ends

Scoring

#Arrows/
End

Timed/
Untimed

1

60 cm standard target, 20 yds

1

5,4,3,2,1 inner to outer

6

U

 

1

standard clout w/man-sized target in center

5

1 in ring, 2 in sentry

4

T (60)

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