High Impact Archery 3D Pop-Up Contest
This event’s handicapping was created to level the shooting field between newcomers and experts, women and men. If you can shoot and hit targets, you can win this competition.
The range includes eleven (11) pop-up 3D targets. Every round, the shooter will see 5 targets presented in a random manner. The only target the shooter is guaranteed to see is the running target. Depending on the venue, shot distances vary between 15 and 45 yards.
Shooters try to shoot a score high enough to qualify in the top 32 of all shooters. Only the top 32 are eligible to shoot for the money. A shooter may shoot as many re-qualifications as he or she likes up until approximately noon on Sunday, when 32 shooters begin the finals.
NEW FOR 2018 – The Money Shoot will now be on Sunday
Shooter may qualify or practice from the opening of the show on Thursday until approximately 1pm on Sunday, when top shooters on the scoreboard will enter the Shoot-Off.
Entry Fee: $45
- 2 practice rounds of 5 arrows
- 1 qualifying round of 10 arrows
- Wristband that allows show reentry
- $10 to shoot a re-qualification of 10 arrows
- $5 for each extra practice round of 5 arrows
- Modern bows pulling a maximum weight of 70 lbs.
- Field points only
- No limit on sight pins
- Binoculars allowed
- No range finders
- Arrows must stick in the target
- 12, 10 8, 5, 0 (IBO type)
- Ties are broken by 12’s, then 10’s and so on
- During qualification and practice rounds, the system will be set at “Qualifying Speed”
- Upon establishing the “Board”, each shooter will be handicapped based on his or her qualification score
- The shooter who shoots the high score establishes the “Handicap”
- Any shooter within 10 points of the top qualifier will shoot at “Pro Speed”—roughly twice as fast as Qualifying Speed
- Any shooter within 10 points of the 32nd qualifier will shoot at Qualifying Speed
- The remainder of the group will shoot at “Intermediate Speed” (in-between Pro and Qualifying speeds)
- Single elimination event—only the winner moves on
- Shooter #1 shoots against shooter #32, shooter #2 against shooter #31, etc.
- Ties will be broken using the highest number of 12s between shooters. If 12 totals are tied between two shooters, officials will compare 10 totals, and so on. There will be a 1-round shoot-off if officials cannot break a tie using totals
- Prizes will be awarded by raffle during the Sunday’s Shoot-Out. Only shooters who have qualified will be eligible to win prizes
- $1,100 will be paid out in the following order
- 1st Place - $500
- 2nd Place -$300
- 3rd Place -$200
- 4th Place -$100
- Value on prizes given out during the top 32 shoot-off will vary