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Write a 300-word essay on the history of archery. List and demonstrate the twelve safety rules for archery. Define the following terms: anchor point arm guard bow arm bow weight bowyer brace height cast deflexed bow draw. R e q u I r e me n t s. draw length End finger tab glove

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Write a 300-word essay on the history of archery.
  • List and demonstrate the twelve safety rules for archery.
  • Define the following terms:
    • anchor point
    • arm guard
    • bow arm
    • bow weight
    • bowyer
    • brace height
    • cast
    • deflexed bow
    • draw

RequIrements

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draw length

End

finger tab

glove

longbow

matched arrow

quiver

recurve bow

reflexed bow

release

round

tiller

RequIrements

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List and describe at least three types of arrows.

List and describe three types of bows.

Name and locate the major parts of an arrow, bow, and string.

Explain and demonstrate the proper way to store and care for a bow, arrows, and a bowstring.

List three Scripture references on archery.

Demonstrate how to properly string a bow.

Demonstrate how to use an arm guard, shooting glove or finger tab, and a quiver.

RequIrements

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List and demonstrate the techniques for good shooting.

Shoot and score on any nationally recognized round.

a. Scoring—Discovery Rangers

The NFAA required round for boys in this age level is at a distance of 10 yards with a 35 cm target. A boy would have 8 units of 4 arrows each in a round. This would give the boy 32 shots at this distance to score on a 35 cm target. The target should be the NFF-35.

The center black area is scored as 5. The middle white ring is scored as 4 and the outer black ring is scored as 3. Any arrow shot into any of the score zones from the proper distance of 10 yards is considered a score and fulfills the scoring part ofthis merit. This does not need to be completed in a NFAA tournament.

RequIrements

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b. Scoring—Adventure Rangers

Score on the 35 cm target in the same manner as the Discovery Rangers to get a score.

However, this must be done from 15 yards instead of 10 yards.

RequIrements

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Lesson 1

Objectives

Boys will learn and understand the history of archery prior to AD 1500

Boys will learn and demonstrate six safety rules of archery

Boys will learn and demonstrate how to string a bow

Boys will define recurve bow, longbow, and bow weight.

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Always use equipment that is most closely matched to the archer, i.e. Bow size, Draw weight, Draw Length, Arrow length, etc.

Always match the spine of the arrows to the cast of the bow, not the draw weight. Never shoot with underspined arrows.

Always string your bow clear of others, whether you are using the step-through method or a bowstringer. The same is true for unstringing the bow.

Always make sure the string loops are fully seated into the string nocks when stringing the bow and before drawing the bow.

Always inspect all of your equipment before shooting, and never shoot with damaged equipment.

Never draw a bow and release the string without an arrow. This is called dry firing and can damage the bow and injure you.

Safety

Rules

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Definitions
    • Long Bow
      • A bow whose limb tips are straight or point toward the archer when braced; the string should not lie against the upper limb belly..
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Definitions
    • Recurve Bow
      • A bow that has recurve limbs.
    • Recurve
      • The end of the bow limbs that curve away from the archer when the bow is held in the shooting position
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Definitions

Bow Arm

The arm that holds the bow.

Bow Weight

The poundage required to a given bow to reach a draw length of twenty-eight inches.

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Lesson 2

Objectives

Boys will learn and understand the history of archery in the United States during the 1800’s and 1900’s

Boys will be able to string a bow

Boys will learn and demonstrate six safety rules of archery

Boys will define arm guard, glove, quiver and finger tab

The boys will demonstrate how to use the proper safety equipment.

The boys will learn and demonstrate the techniques for shooting an arrow

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Never point a drawn bow at anything you do not intend to shoot.

Never shoot an arrow straight up into the sky.

Always be sure of your target-what it is or what is around or behind it, and if you have a clear shot. You are responsible for the arrow until it stops.

When shooting with others on a range, never nock and arrow until the lane is clear and there is no one down range.

Never go down range to retrieve or check arrows until all other archers have completed their shots and only after announcing that you are going down range and making sure all are aware of your intentions.

When pulling arrow from a target, never stand directly behind the arrow while pulling or allow anyone else to do so. It is advisable to have only one person pulling the arrows.

Safety

Rules

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Definitions
    • Arm Guard
      • arm guards protect your inner forearm from the snapping string.
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Definitions
    • Glove
      • A leather covering worn around the tips of the drawing fingers to protect them from the bowstring
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Definitions
    • Quiver
      • Device for holding arrows. Different forms are back, belt, bow, and ground quivers
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Definitions
    • Finger Tab
      • A piece of smooth material worn on the drawing hand to protect the fingers and to give a smooth release of the bow string.
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Demonstrate how to use safety equipment properly

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Demonstrate proper technique for shooting an arrow

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Lesson 3

Objectives

Boys will learn and understand the history of three famous American archers

Boys demonstrate the safety rules of archery

Boys demonstrate how to string a bow

The boys will demonstrate how to use the proper safety equipment

Boys will define anchor point,bow arm, draw, draw length and release.

The boys will correctly label the parts of an arrow

The boys will demonstrate the techniques for shooting an arrow.

The boys will list and describe three types of arrows

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Always use equipment that is most closely matched to the archer, i.e. Bow size, Draw weight, Draw Length, Arrow length, etc.

Always match the spine of the arrows to the cast of the bow, not the draw weight. Never shoot with underspined arrows.

Always string your bow clear of others, whether you are using the step-through method or a bowstringer. The same is true for unstringing the bow.

Always make sure the string loops are fully seated into the string nocks when stringing the bow and before drawing the bow.

Always inspect all of your equipment before shooting, and never shoot with damaged equipment.

Never draw a bow and release the string without an arrow. This is called dry firing and can damage the bow and injure you.

Safety

Rules

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Never point a drawn bow at anything you do not intend to shoot.

Never shoot an arrow straight up into the sky.

Always be sure of your target-what it is or what is around or behind it, and if you have a clear shot. You are responsible for the arrow until it stops.

When shooting with others on a range, never nock and arrow until the lane is clear and there is no one down range.

Never go down range to retrieve or check arrows until all other archers have completed their shots and only after announcing that you are going down range and making sure all are aware of your intentions.

When pulling arrow from a target, never stand directly behind the arrow while pulling or allow anyone else to do so. It is advisable to have only one person pulling the arrows.

Safety

Rules

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Definitions
    • Anchor Point
      • Definite spot on the archers body, normally the face, on which string and index finger come to rest.
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Definitions

Bow Arm

The arm that holds the bow.

Bow Weight

The poundage required to a given bow to reach a draw length of twenty-eight inches.

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Definitions

Cast

The distance a bow can propel an arrow.

Deflexed Bow

A bow whose limbs remain in a slight curve toward the archer when unbraced

Draw

The act of pulling the bow

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Definitions

Draw Length

The distance, measured in inches, from the pivot point of the bow to the slot in the arrow nock when at full draw.

End

A set number of arrows that are shot before going to the target to score (usually 3 or 6).

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Definitions

Reflexed Bow

A bow whose limbs point away from the archer when unbraced.

Release

To allow the string to leave the fingers or the release aid.

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List and describe at least three types of arrows.

Target – Very light with small, straight fletching and small target points

Hunting- Heavy with heavy points or heads (broadheads)

Flu-Flu: Use to take birds, canopy animals, ir hit aerial targets, with large fletching.

Flight – Very small fletching with a slim and small shaft, used to shoot for distance.

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Lesson 4

Objectives

Boys will learn and understand the history of the compound bow

Boys demonstrate the safety rules of archery

Boys demonstrate how to string a bow

The boys will demonstrate how to use the proper safety equipment

Boys will define anchor bowyer, brace height, cast, deflexed bow, and reflexed bow.

The boys will correctly label the parts of bow and string

The boys will demonstrate the techniques for shooting an arrow.

The boys will list and describe three types of bows

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Always use equipment that is most closely matched to the archer, i.e. Bow size, Draw weight, Draw Length, Arrow length, etc.

Always match the spine of the arrows to the cast of the bow, not the draw weight. Never shoot with underspined arrows.

Always string your bow clear of others, whether you are using the step-through method or a bowstringer. The same is true for unstringing the bow.

Always make sure the string loops are fully seated into the string nocks when stringing the bow and before drawing the bow.

Always inspect all of your equipment before shooting, and never shoot with damaged equipment.

Never draw a bow and release the string without an arrow. This is called dry firing and can damage the bow and injure you.

Safety

Rules

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Never point a drawn bow at anything you do not intend to shoot.

Never shoot an arrow straight up into the sky.

Always be sure of your target-what it is or what is around or behind it, and if you have a clear shot. You are responsible for the arrow until it stops.

When shooting with others on a range, never nock and arrow until the lane is clear and there is no one down range.

Never go down range to retrieve or check arrows until all other archers have completed their shots and only after announcing that you are going down range and making sure all are aware of your intentions.

When pulling arrow from a target, never stand directly behind the arrow while pulling or allow anyone else to do so. It is advisable to have only one person pulling the arrows.

Safety

Rules

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Definitions
    • Bowyer
      • A person who makes bows.
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Definitions
    • Brace height
      • Space, in inches, between the bowstring and the stung bows belly. (Old English :Fistmele).
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Definitions

Cast

The distance a bow can propel an arrow.

Deflexed Bow

A bow whose limbs remain in a slight curve toward the archer when unbraced

Draw

The act of pulling the bow

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Definitions

Reflexed Bow

A bow whose limbs point away from the archer when unbraced.

Release

To allow the string to leave the fingers or the release aid.

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List and describe three types of bows

Longbow- The longbow is a bow whose tips are straight or bent toward the shooter when he is holding the bow in front of him. Oldest and most traditional of all types of bows.

Recurve- The recurve bow is a bow whose tiops are bent away from the archer when braced or strung. Recurve bows tend to draw smoother and shoot faster than longbows. The recurved tips act as an extra limb to increase the cast.

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Definitions
    • Long Bow
      • A bow whose limb tips are straight or point toward the archer when braced; the string should not lie against the upper limb belly..
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Definitions
    • Recurve Bow
      • A bow that has recurve limbs.
    • Recurve
      • The end of the bow limbs that curve away from the archer when the bow is held in the shooting position
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List and describe three types of bows

Compound- The compound bow is the most revolutionary bow design since fiberglass was added to bows. The compound bow is a bow with eccentric wheels or cams located on the ends of the upper and lower limbs to which cables are attached. A string is attached to the cable and serves the same purpose as on a recurve or longbow.

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Lesson 5

Objectives

Boys will learn and understand the history of Archery

Boys demonstrate the safety rules of archery

Boys demonstrate how to string a bow

The boys will demonstrate how to use the proper safety equipment

Boys will define end, matched arrow, round and tiller.

The boys will demonstrate the techniques for shooting an arrow

The boys will find three scripture verses referencing archery

The boys will score according to requirement #4

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The boys will explain and demonstrate the proper way to store and care for a bow, arrows and a bowstring.

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Always use equipment that is most closely matched to the archer, i.e. Bow size, Draw weight, Draw Length, Arrow length, etc.

Always match the spine of the arrows to the cast of the bow, not the draw weight. Never shoot with underspined arrows.

Always string your bow clear of others, whether you are using the step-through method or a bowstringer. The same is true for unstringing the bow.

Always make sure the string loops are fully seated into the string nocks when stringing the bow and before drawing the bow.

Always inspect all of your equipment before shooting, and never shoot with damaged equipment.

Never draw a bow and release the string without an arrow. This is called dry firing and can damage the bow and injure you.

Safety

Rules

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Never point a drawn bow at anything you do not intend to shoot.

Never shoot an arrow straight up into the sky.

Always be sure of your target-what it is or what is around or behind it, and if you have a clear shot. You are responsible for the arrow until it stops.

When shooting with others on a range, never nock and arrow until the lane is clear and there is no one down range.

Never go down range to retrieve or check arrows until all other archers have completed their shots and only after announcing that you are going down range and making sure all are aware of your intentions.

When pulling arrow from a target, never stand directly behind the arrow while pulling or allow anyone else to do so. It is advisable to have only one person pulling the arrows.

Safety

Rules

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Demonstrate how to use safety equipment properly

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Definitions

Draw Length

The distance, measured in inches, from the pivot point of the bow to the slot in the arrow nock when at full draw.

End

A set number of arrows that are shot before going to the target to score (usually 3 or 6).

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Definitions

Matched Arrow

An arrow whose spine and length are matched to the cast of the bow and the archers draw length.

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Definitions

Round

In target archery it is a unit of ends; in field archery it is two units or twice around one unit.

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Definitions

Tiller

To test a bow under construction in order to determine if the limbs have the proper curvature at various stages of the draw.

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Demonstrate proper technique for shooting an arrow

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Genesis 27:3

Now then, get your weapons—your quiver and bow—and go out to the open country to hunt some wild game for me.

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1 Samuel 20:20

I will shoot three arrows to the side of it, as though I were shooting at a target

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1 Kings 22:34

But someone drew his bow at random and hit the king of Israel between the sections of his armor. The king told his chariot driver, "Wheel around and get me out of the fighting. I've been wounded."

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2 Kings 9:24

Then Jehu drew his bow and shot Joram between the shoulders. The arrow pierced his heart and he slumped down in his chariot

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1 Chronicles 10:3

The fighting grew fierce around Saul, and when the archers overtook him, they wounded him

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Discovery Rangers
    • Any score at 10 yards
  • Adventure Rangers
    • Any score at 15 yards

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