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(excluding league shooting)


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INDOOR RANGE RULES

THERE WILL BE ABSOLUTELY NO INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS, LEAGUES, OR
INDEPENDENT COACHING FOR PRIVATE PROFIT CONDUCTED ON THE INDOOR RANGE WITHOUT
SPECIFIC APPROVAL BY THE ARCHERY BOARD.

1. No shooter will nock an
arrow in his/her bow while behind the shooting line.

2. Anyone under the influence
of alcohol or anyone who is an obvious danger to other shooters safety will be
asked to stop shooting.

3. When shooters are on the line, anyone not shooting should be at least 6 feet
behind the line, and avoid making a disturbance to the shooters.

4. One person at a time will pull arrows for top and bottom targets. The other
shooter will keep score.  Persons not pulling or scoring will stay at least 6
feet back from the targets.

5. The person pulling arrows should stand to the left side of the target and be
sure no one is in the way of arrows when pulling. The top arrows should always be
pulled first.

6. The Maximum draw weight of a bow on all ranges shall be 80 pounds (except crossbows).

7. NO ARROWS shorter than 26 inches, this includes crossbows.

8. OVERDRAWS may be used but the arrow tip must not draw back past the center of
the riser unless overdraw is protected 360 degrees at the ARROW REST.

9. No non-shooters in the target area.

10. Children must have adult supervision. No children under12 will be allowed
upstairs during leagues unless supervised.

11. No Alcoholic Beverages on Archery Club Grounds

12. During non-scheduled events, ALL members and guest entering the Archery Building
to shoot must sign in to the Guest book and pay guest fee. No Exceptions.

13. Lighted nocks are not allowed for 3D or Indoor leagues. Lighted nocks are allowed
for Broadhead leagues only.

14. House radio usage: When using the radio, shoot on lanes nearest the radio. Keep
the volume at a low level. Be courteous to other archers.

15. Per O.C.S.C. Board of Directors and Range Safety Committee,
NO SHOOTING BEYOND the 30 yard line.


THE ABOVE RULES WILL BE ENFORCED AT ALL TIMES.
THIS IS YOUR CLUB, REPORT ALL RANGE VIOLATIONS.
ANY VIOLATIONS OF RANGE RULES WILL RESULT IN AN APPEARANCE IN FRONT OF THE O.C.S.C. BOARD
OF DIRECTORS MEETING TO EXPLAIN THE VIOLATIONS OBSERVED.


OUTDOOR RANGE RULES

THERE WILL BE ABSOLUTELY NO INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS, LEAGUES, OR
INDEPENDENT COACHING CONDUCTED FOR PRIVATE PROFIT ON THE OUTDOOR RANGE
WITHOUT SPECIFIC APPROVAL BY THE ARCHERY BOARD.

1. When looking for lost arrows have one person or your
bow in front of the target backstop, both when possible or remove the target.

2. When looking for lost arrows, allow 2 minutes then let
waiting shooters shoot through.

3. All practice on league nights is limited to practice
range unless there is room available. Check with secretary and pay range fee as
required.

4. No Alcoholic Beverages on Archery Club Grounds

5. Allow faster group to shoot through.

6. All 4 shooters shoot at the same time when possible.

7. If intoxicated you will not be allowed on the shooting range.

8. No non-members will be allowed on the ranges at any
time other than league nights or special shoots unless accompanied by a member.

9. Non-members must sign in and pay range fee.

10. No five-somes.

11. Cheater straps, locking arms and prop sticks are not
followed on the range during leagues except for physically impaired archers with
a medical verification from a physician.

12. Lighted nocks are not allowed for 3D or Indoor
leagues. Lighted nocks are allowed for Broadhead leagues only.

13. Trackers to be used on practice range only providing
that the archer using it cleans up the string.

14. For 3D and Broadhead shoots, you must touch the stake.

15. ON ALL ranges OVERDRAWS may be used but the arrow tip
must not draw back past the center of the riser unless overdraw is protected
360 degrees at the rest.

16. The Maximum draw weight of a bow on all ranges shall
be 80 pounds (except crossbows).

17. Binoculars and Range Finders are allowed on the broad
head and 3D ranges.

18. During non-scheduled events, ALL members and guest
entering the Archery Grounds to shoot must sign in to the Guest book and pay
guest fee. No Exceptions.


THE ABOVE RULES WILL BE ENFORCED AT ALL TIMES.
REPORT ALL RANGE VIOLATIONS

ANY VIOLATIONS OF RANGE RULES WILL RESULT IN AN APPEARANCE IN FRONT
OF THE O.C.S.C. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING TO EXPLAIN THE
VIOLATIONS OBSERVED.

 

 

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THERE WILL BE ABSOLUTELY NO INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS, LEAGUES, OR INDEPENDENT COACHING FOR PRIVIATE PROFIT CONDUCTED ON THE INDOOR RANGE WITHOUT SPECIFIC APPROVAL BY THE ARCHERY BOARD.

1. No shooter will nock an arrow in his/her bow while behind the shooting line.

2. Anyone under the influence of alcohol or anyone who is an obvious danger to other shooters safety will be asked to stop shooting.

3. When shooters are on the line, anyone not shooting should be at least 6 feet behind the line, and avoid making a disturbance to the shooters.

4. One person at a time will pull arrows for top and bottom targets. The other shooter will keep score. Persons not pulling or scoring will stay at least 6 feet back from the targets.

5. The person pulling arrows should stand to the left side of the target and be sure no one is in the way of arrows when pulling. The top arrows should always be pulled first.

6. The Maximum draw weight of a bow on all ranges shall be 80 pounds (except crossbows).

7. NO ARROWS shorter than 26 inches, this includes crossbows.

8. OVERDRAWS may be used but the arrow tip must not draw back past the center of the riser unless overdraw is protected 360 degrees at the ARROW REST.

9. No non-shooters in the target area.

10. Children must have adult supervision. No children under12 will be allowed upstairs during leagues unless supervised.

11. No Alcoholic Beverages on Archery Club Grounds

12. During non-scheduled events, ALL members and guest entering the Archery Building to shoot must sign in to the Guest book and pay guest fee. No Exceptions.

13. Lighted nocks are not allowed for 3D or Indoor leagues. Lighted nocks are allowed for Broadhead leagues only.

14. House radio usage: When using the radio, shoot on lanes nearest the radio. Keep the volume at a low level. Be courteous to other archers.

15. Per O.C.S.C. Board of Directors and Range Safety Committee, NO SHOOTING BEYOND the 30 yard line.