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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ Mason View Post
    Lots of shoots use 2"-wide coloured adhesive tape for marking out. But you must be careful that it doesn't leave a residue of glue when ripped up at the end. Masking tape would be fine, but I've seen vinyl tapes used too.
    Masking tape is fine, so long as you don't leave it down for too long... It sticks like mad if left for too long and tears instead of lifting. You then have to get down and peel each little bit off, painstakingly, with the aid of a blunt edge. Been there, done that
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    We use the lines already drawn - I measured them all when we first moved into the hall and drew a plan so we can move lines if we want to shoot different distances.

    As for marking the line we have a few arrow stands for the newbies which work quite well.

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    We use vinyl tape, bright orange, as shooting line and targetline. At fist we used the ordinary handball lines on the floor for practice days And only used the tape for competitions, as it gave more room for the waiting lineWe used to take the tape off after competitions, but this last year we boldly left it there. No one has complained yet, perhaps they havent seen it among all the other lines for varius sports.
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