Quick one. Is there any class of target competition when arrows must be numbered and have the archers name on, or is it generally advisable to do it anyway? I.e. is it only record status etc.
Just to clarify:- (apologies if it's obvious)That makes sense. TBH I don't think I'll look at the numbers before shooting the arrows anyway. I suppose it can come in handy to check for any consistently wayward arrow in the batch.
Interesting, thanks for that. I haven't done any 3D or field shooting yet so that is new to me!Just to clarify:- (apologies if it's obvious)
With 3Ds it's possible to have hit with the first arrow but not be aware of it (say a lucky leg that is hidden from view... so a wound). You take a second shot which may be an obvious hit (say a kill).
When you approach the target you can then see that the first arrow had hit and which one it was. First arrow wound in this case which scores 16 as opposed to the second arrow kill which is 14.