Rules of Shooting and Guidelines
TIMEKEEPING: club members should be at the club before shooting commences to help set out the field. On Sundays members can start arriving from about 8.30am and should be at the club by 9.15am on club Sundays to avoid disruption to others. Arrival at the ground should be 10am at the latest. Arrival after shooting has started may result in the archer being refused permission to shoot. This is to avoid disruption to other members and ensure that everyone does their fair share.
CARBON ARROWS: NO all carbon arrows are permitted at Bromley Archery Club.
BAMBOO ARROWS: NO bamboo arrows are permitted at Bromley Archery Club.
CROSSBOWS: NO crossbows are permitted at Bromley Archery Club.
CLOUT SHOOTS and FIELD SHOOT: no compound bows, no sights or sighting aids.
GNAS COLOURS: these should be worn at away shoots. They should also be worn on normal club days particularly BAC competitions. See Resources and Club Colours.
CLOTHING - other: Camoflague clothing is not permitted. Shoes must not have open toes.
ARCHERY GB (GNAS) CARD: Club members must have their current GNAS membership card with them whenever they attend an archery fixture, including normal club days at the BAC ground and the indoor venue.
Rules of Shooting April 2018
307. Dress Regulations
(a) The recognised dress of Archery GB is plain dark green and/or white.
(b) Footwear that fully encloses the toes and front of the foot must be worn at all times when shooting.
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