5.4 An arrow cutting two rings shall be scored in the ring of greater value. Scoring is
determined by the position of the shaft. In all NFAA Rounds, an arrow shaft need
only touch the line to be counted in the area of next higher value.
5.4.1 In the event the scoring ring has become distorted due to torn or missing paper,
the scorer shall visually reconstruct the natural arc of the scoring ring to
determine the value of the arrow(s).
5.5 Witnessed bounce outs or arrows passing completely through the target will be reshot.
5.6 Hits on the wrong target will be scored as misses.
5.7 When an arrow is dropped while the archer is in the act of shooting, he/she may
shoot another arrow in place of the dropped arrow if any portion of the dropped
arrow is within ten feet of the shooting line.
5.8 If an archer shoots more than the prescribed number of arrows in an end, the excess
arrow or arrows of higher value will not be scored. A penalty of one point will be
assessed for each arrow shot over the prescribed number of arrows.
5.9 If an archer shoots less than the prescribed number of arrows in one end he/she
may shoot his/her remaining arrows if the omission is discovered before the end is
officially completed; otherwise they shall be scored as misses.
5.10 When using the NFAA Indoor Five Spot Target:
5.10.1 An archer may shoot the 5 spot target in any order and shoot as many
arrows into any spot as the archer desires, not to exceed the prescribed
number of arrows per end.
5.10.2 Scoring shall be five points for the combined four cm. X-ring and 8 cm.
white ring and four points for the combined twelve cm. and sixteen cm.
55.12 The target group, which generally consists of four archers, will select a score
caller, two scorekeepers, and a target captain. The target captain shall be the judge
of disputed arrows on his/her target. When a captains arrows are in question, the