RAISED AT FULL DRAW
Bowhunting Simulation Tour
Pop-Up Shoot and 3-D Target Range
Shoot one of the most exciting archery events around. Targets pop up in random order and are up for eight to twelve seconds with possible delays in between. Shooters could have multiple targets at one time, no shoot situations and running targets. The archer needs to be ready at all times for the next target, then react and shoot. This is as close to a real hunting situation as you can get indoors!
No advance registration. Sign up for a time slot as soon as you arrive at the show.
Each competitor will shoot two (2) rounds from a tree stand or ground blind.
Two to four people will shoot at a time.
The two (2) rounds will be added together for a total score. The total score will be used to rank the top eight (8) or sixteen (16) shooters in each division. If there are 30 shooters or less in a division, 8 shooters will advance to the elimination round if there are 31 or more shooters in a division, 16 shooters will advance.
The shooters advancing to the elimination round will be placed in a heads up, single elimination round in the following order: 1 vs. 8, 2 vs. 7, etc. If there are 16 in the elimination round it will be: 1 vs. 16, 2 vs. 15, etc.
RAISED AT FULL DRAW DIVISIONS:
Youth: Ages 12- 15
TEAM ENTRY FEES
Practice Rounds: two for $10
Bowhunter: $25 (two qualifying rounds)= 20 targets
Youth: $10 (1 qualifying round)= 10 targets
Team: $20 (two people, 1 qualifying round)= 10 targets
BOW HUNTER PACKAGE
3 Qualifying Rounds, 4 Practice Rounds
ADVANCED DIVISION PACKAGE
Entry Fee $100.00 ($50.00 TO CASH POT)
Package Includes– 3 Qualifying Rounds , 4 Practice Rounds
Pay Out- 10 Shooters -1 Place, 20 Shooters -2 Places, 30 Shooters-3 Places Etc.
RAISED AT FULL DRAW RULES
Shooters are only allowed 5 arrows in the tree stand.
A dropped arrow may not be retrieved by anyone.
If a shooter has equipment failure during a round and stops before completing the round, that round will be re-shot.
If a shooter completes a round and then discovers equipment failure that round score will stand.
If RAFD has equipment failure during a round, the round will be re-shot. If RAFD must stop a round due to some unforeseeable problem, the round will be re-shot.
The maximum draw weight allowed is 70 pounds.
Then minimum arrow weight allowed is 5 grains per pound of draw weight.
Scoring will be 12, 10, 8 and 5.
All ties in the qualifying rounds will be broken by RAFD personnel. In the case of identical ties, and all ties in the finals, the ties will be broken by a shoot off round.
Range finding devices will be allowed in the shooting area.
Shooters will be allowed to re-enter as time permits.
The consumption of alcohol before or during a tournament will be grounds for immediate disqualification from the tournament.
For Specific questions on the Tournament see:
RAFD: Jason Perryman