Sport Archery » Archery Equipment » Score Cards?

Score Cards?

Question:

I’m slowly getting back into archery after a few decades.  While I’m building up my arms & working on getting my equipment & form sorted out, I’d like to keep track of my practice results.  I figured the easiest thing to do would be to get some "score cards" like those used in competition.  I’m shooting indoors, and the local Club league seems to use the NFAA targets. Unfortunately, a web search came up with all sorts of mention of score cards in various rules, but no place to order them, no images, etc.   Does anyone know where I could get some, or download something I could print out?  I’m assuming they have twelve rows with 5 boxes, and I can certainly whip up something to work with for now.  I’m just curious as to what the heck a real one looks like & why they seem to be a big secret. Thanks! Doug White

Response:

Doug Ill be glad to help. Score cards can be brought in packs or books from most archery stores. Try www.quicks.com to buy them online. They typically consist of a number of rows (the number dependant on the round being shot) each of which has a dozen boxes diveded into half with a total at the end of each half. At the end of each row, is a total for that dozen, the number of hits, the number of golds and a running total. At the bottom of the score card is a place for yourself and a witness to sign that the score is correct. Hope it helps. AJ – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text – > I’m slowly getting back into archery after a few decades.  While I’m > building up my arms & working on getting my equipment & form sorted > out, I’d like to keep track of my practice results.  I figured the > easiest thing to do would be to get some "score cards" like those used > in competition.  I’m shooting indoors, and the local Club league seems > to use the NFAA targets. > Unfortunately, a web search came up with all sorts of mention of score > cards in various rules, but no place to order them, no images, etc.   > Does anyone know where I could get some, or download something I could > print out?  I’m assuming they have twelve rows with 5 boxes, and I can > certainly whip up something to work with for now.  I’m just curious as > to what the heck a real one looks like & why they seem to be a big > secret. > Thanks! > Doug White

Response:

Hi there Score cards a secret??? Naaahhh…. Here is a link to download the official danish scorecards from the National organisation. www.dbsf.dk On the menu to the left click download. On the download page you’ll find the word "Skydesedler" which is danish for scorecard. The scorecards are in excell format, and of course the text on them is in danish. You should however be able to figure them out…. There are three different scorecards in the worksheet as I remember, Outdoor, indoor and field archery, you select them by clicking the tabs at the bottom of the page. Jens Fudge, Archersoft Software for Archery – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> I’m slowly getting back into archery after a few decades.  While I’m > building up my arms & working on getting my equipment & form sorted > out, I’d like to keep track of my practice results.  I figured the > easiest thing to do would be to get some "score cards" like those used > in competition.  I’m shooting indoors, and the local Club league seems > to use the NFAA targets. > Unfortunately, a web search came up with all sorts of mention of score > cards in various rules, but no place to order them, no images, etc. > Does anyone know where I could get some, or download something I could > print out?  I’m assuming they have twelve rows with 5 boxes, and I can > certainly whip up something to work with for now.  I’m just curious as > to what the heck a real one looks like & why they seem to be a big > secret. > Thanks! > Doug White

Response:

Related Posts

Write a comment