I sometimes post scores and different target system info assuming that everyone knows what I’m talking about, of course that is not the case.
Below find the definitions to two words you should know (end and round) and an explanation of NFAA indoor round scoring as well as the NFAA version of the Vegas Round. These are both indoor rounds which is what I’m buried to the hilt in now.
Keep in mind that there are many, many, many different types of rounds with different scoring, this only touches upon some of the more popular indoor rounds.
End – A set number of arrows that are shot before going to the target to score and retrieve your arrows. (usually 3 or 5 for indoor competition).
e.g. We shot six ends before taking a break then shot six more, scoring after each end
e. g. Let’s get there a bit early and shoot 4 or 5 ends to warm up…
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Another great blog from Jordan Sequillion on Scoring Targets.