If you completed the workbook, you may upload the file below and do not need to fill out the requirements below. If you do not submit the workbook, you can complete the questions below for requirements you did not complete during class.
1. Do the following:
a. State and explain the Range Safety Rules:
2. Do the following:
a. Name the parts of an arrow.
c. Name the four principle materials for making arrow shafts.
d. Do ONE of the following: a. Make a complete arrow from a bare shaft using appropriate equipment available to you.ORb. To demonstrate arrow repair, inspect the shafts and prepare and replace at least three vanes, one point, and one nock. You may use as many arrows as necessary to accomplish this. The repairs can be done on wood, fiberglass, or aluminum arrows.
3. Do the following:
a. Explain the proper use, care, and storage of, as well as the reasons for using, tabs, arm guards, shooting gloves, and quivers.
b. Explain the following terms:
4. Explain the following:
e. How the National Field Archery Association (NFAA) black and-white field targets and blue indoor targets are scored.
5. Do ONE of the following options:
Option A - Using a Recurve Bow or Longbow
a. Name the parts of the recurve bow or longbow you are shooting.
f. Do ONE of the following (1, 2, 3 or 4):
(The indoor rounds may be shot outdoors if this is more convenient.)
2. Shooting 30 arrows in five-arrow ends at an 80-centimeter (32-inch) five-color target at 10 yards and using the 10 scoring regions, make a score of 150.
Option B - Using a Compound Bow a. Name the parts of the compound bow you are shooting.
2. Shooting at an 80-centimeter (32-inch) five-color target at 10 yards and using the 10 scoring regions, make a score of 160. Accomplish this in the following manner:
Shoot 15 arrows in five-arrow ends, at a distance of 10 yards
Shoot 15 arrows in five-arrow ends, at a distance of 15 yards.