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Are all indoor shoots created equall, is there a standard for distance and target size, who is this usually governed by, brand new to the indoor setting. Thank you.
 

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40cm target, 18m for World Archery and 20yds for NFAA.
 

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If you hear reference to a "300 round" or "NFAA Blue Face" then this is the target used at 20 yards for NFAA:

60 arrows = 5 arrows x 12 rounds, max score 300, white bull is 5 and each circle is 4,3,2,1. General consensus (for barebow recurve) if you can consistently shoot 240+ you're a pretty good shooter. If you can do 270+ you're exceptional.

The other target that Grantmac mentioned is the World Archery 40cm target at 18m:

If you watched the Lancaster Archery barebow shoot on youtube, this is what they were using.
 
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