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Rules of Shooting Update

April 9th 2018
Will Peel

Archery GB Rules of Shooting Update April 2018

Archery GB have made changes to the following Rules of Shooting effective from 9th April 2018:

Rule 201 (a) (ii) – Covering of the “non-sighting” eye.

The revision removes the need to fully cover the non-sighting eye / glasses lens, and allows the use of film or tape.

Rule 306 (a) to (g) – Scoring. These have been amended following the proposals put forward in the Winter edition of Archery UK, and feedback received. There has been a slight alteration to the numbering advised in the proposal.

Parts 11/12 – Disabled and Visually Impaired Archers. Part 12 has been deleted, and Part 11 re-written to encompass both part 11 and 12, with some revisions as advised in the Winter edition of AUK.

A revised Rule Book can be downloaded below, together with a document detailing the changed rules only.

Some small additional wording changes have been made where necessary within the rule book, but which do not affect the purpose of the rules.

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Rules of Shooting April 2018 Changes only

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