General Information:

  • The R100 is a family friendly 3D archery circuit that works with clubs all across the country to host R100 events. All events will be the same format including 2 50 target courses which are referred to the Safari Range and the North American Range. On top of the 2 courses, we also provide side events each day which you can learn more about below.
  • When you arrive at the event, you will check in (pick up cards if you are pre-registered or register if you have not pre-registered online). Once you have received your scorecards and raffle tickets you can head straight out to the course or warm up at the practice range.
  • The schedule of events is provided both online and on the back of the provided scorecards. Please read this information as it lists the schedule for side events and when registration and score entry close each day.
  • In the event of inclement weather, we will shoot rain or shine. The only foreseeable circumstance that will result in closing the course is flooding or lightening. In the event of lightening, we will close the range until the storm passes and reopen as soon as we can confirm that it is safe to shoot.
  • The max group size at the R100 is 5 shooters. If you are attending the event by yourself and would like to shoot with a group you can ask to join others or ask the event coordinator to help with teaming you up with a group. There is no assigned group start times or pairings. As long as the course is open, you can shoot when and with whomever you wish.
  • Each course loop must be shot in order. For safety and courtesy reasons, please do not shoot targets in reverse order.
  • Scoring for the R100 will be center 12’s on IBO inserts. Each archer will shoot 1 arrow per target and the scoring will be as follows: 12,10,8,5,0.
  • All divisions are known yardage. Range finders are allowed and we will provide you with a yardage sheet if you do not have a range finder.
  • Spectators are allowed on the range at no additional cost. Pets are welcome as well as long as they are people and pet friendly.
  • Registration and score entry will be completed by the shooter on our registration kiosk stations. When you have entered your score, it will appear on the Live Scoring TV.
  • Refunds- we do not offer refunds for pre-registered shooters who do not show up. Refunds will also not be given to shooters who only shoot part of the course. Refunds will only be given in the event of an event cancelation (flooding, shark tornado, etc.).
  • Please respect the grounds and targets at the event. We want to leave the host clubs as clean as possible and respect their property as if it was our own. Please treat the targets with care and do not climb on any target as they are not built to withstand weight on top of them.

Shooting Classes:

Men’s Open & Women’s Open:

  • Shoot from the White Stake
  • Long Stabilizers and Lenses are allowed

Men’s Hunter & Women’s Hunter:

  • Shoot from the Red Stake
  • Stabilizers must be 12’’ or less
  • No lens in peep or sight
  • Slider sights are allowed

Men’s Traditional & Women’s Traditional:

  • Shoot from the Blue Stake
  • No sights
  • No stabilizers
  • Compounds with no sights or stabilizers are allowed to shoot in the traditional class

Youth Advanced:

  • Shoot from the Red Stake
  • Age 11-16


  • Shoot from the Yellow Stake
  • Age 11-16
  • Stabilizers 12’’ or under
  • No lens in peep or sight


  • Shoot from the Yellow Stake
  • Age 10 and Under
  • Any bow of your choice

Just for Fun:

  • Shoot from any distance inside of the White Stake
  • Shoot any equipment (crossbows included)
  • Your scores will not count or appear on the scoreboard in this class

Shooting Stakes:


  • Men’s and Women’s Open
  • Max Yardage: 50 yards +/- 10% *see exceptions below


  • Men’s and Women’s Hunter
  • Youth Advanced
  • Max Yardage: 40 yards +/- 10% *see exceptions below


  • Men’s and Women’s Traditional
  • Max Yardage: 25 yards +/- 10%


  • Youth
  • Cub
  • Max Yardage: 25 yards +/- 10%

Yardage Exception: New for 2019, host clubs will have the option to set the following targets out to a maximum of 80 yards for the Open classes and 55 yards for the Hunter classes.

  • Sasquatch
  • Moose
  • Buffalo
  • Bedded Elk
  • Standing Elk
  • Caribou
  • Lion

Pre-Registration and On-site Registration:

  • To pre-register, visit the event page and click the button on the right side of the screen. Pre-registration closes at 8pm (CST) on the Wednesday before the event.
  • On-site registration will be available on Friday (see event specific page for details), Saturday from 7:30am-6pm, and on Sunday from 7:30am to 10:30am. We accept cash and credit/debit cards for on-site registration.

Schedule of Events

  • The event specific schedule is viewable on the right side of the event page. We strongly encourage that you view this information for the specific event you plan on attending as several of our events have unique Friday schedules that we wouldn’t want you to miss.
  • Saturday and Sunday schedules will be identical for ALL events and are as follows:
    • Saturday:
      • 7:30am- Registration, practice range, and both courses open
      • 10:00am- Small Game Sniper Challenge Opens ($5 per round)
      • 2:00pm- Small Game Sniper Challenge Closes
      • 2:00pm- Saturday raffle drawing results are posted at registration
      • 6:00pm- Registration, scoring, and merchandise table closes
      • DARK- Practice range and courses close
    • Sunday:
      • 7:30am- Registration, practice range, and both courses open
      • 10:30am- Registration Closes
      • 12-2pm- Steel Forest Challenge (FREE)
      • 2:00pm- Courses Close
      • 2:30pm- Practice Range Closes
      • 2:30pm- Iron Buck (FREE)
      • 3:00pm- Raffle and Awards Presentation

Side Events:

  • Small Game Sniper Challenge:
    The Small Game Sniper Challenge is a pay to play ($5 per round) shoot where the archer will shoot 5 small game targets at various distances between 5-50 yards which will be known to the shooter. You will shoot 1 arrow at each target and record your total score for the round. The archer with the highest score will receive 50% of the cash pot at the end of the weekend. The archer with the second highest score will receive 25% of the pot for the weekend.
  • Steel Forest Challenge:
    The Steel Forest Challenge is a 5 target FREE shoot where the archer must successfully shoot targets that are obstructed by our steel trees. Each shooter is allowed only 2 arrows and if both arrows are broken on the steel, you are eliminated. The archer with the highest point total during the Steel Challenge will win an 18-1 target!
  • Iron Buck Shoot:
    The Iron Buck Shoot is a FREE event where the archer must place his or her arrow in the foam insert on our steel deer. The insert is roughly the size of a large dinner plate and to advance, your arrow must safely hit the insert. Any arrow not in the insert will be eliminated. The first round will be shot at 40 yards and each round will be 10 yards farther than the last. I.E. 40,50,60,70,80…

Raffle Prizes and Awards:

You will receive raffle tickets with your registration. If you have registered for 1 course, you will receive 1 ticket. If you signed up for both courses you will receive 2 tickets. We will draw tickets for prizes at random on Saturday at 2pm and on Sunday at 3pm. All of the larger prizes such as bows, binoculars, etc. will be drawn in the Sunday raffle. Extra tickets are NOT available for purchase.

Awards will be called out by name for 1st-5th place for each division on each course. We will also give out pins for shooters that shoot over 1000 points for the weekend. We do give point handicaps to the following divisions:

  • Hunter: 20 points
  • Traditional: 150 points
  • Youth/Cub: 250 points

To calculate if you have earned a R1000 point pin, add both course scores to your handicap. If that number is > 1000, you will receive a pin. (Safari Range Score)+(North American Range Score)+(Handicap)=TOTAL

The Ten Commandments of Safe Shooting at the R100:

  • No broadheads or blunt tips allowed. Field points only.
  • Alcohol on the range is strictly prohibited. This includes the practice range and side events.
  • The max group size is 5 archers per group. Groups with 6 or more shooters will be split up to help course flow.
  • Please let smaller groups that are waiting pass through to help course flow.
  • Please avoid sky or side drawing to avoid sending errant arrows downrange.
  • Please shoot from the correct stake for your class. If you would like to move up or down to a different division you can shoot the course from your desired stake and change your division when you complete the course.
  • DO NOT shoot the fiberglass animals outside of the insert area. These animals are made of fiberglass and steel. Any outside of the insert hits ill result in damaged animals and on occasion a broken arrow.
  • Be mindful of your surroundings when pulling arrows, wait for those around you to clear the area so that they do not get poked by a nock when arrows are being pulled.
  • We strongly encourage that you bring a pair of boots in the event of inclement weather. Other great items to bring along include bug spray, sunscreen, a chair or stool, and rain gear.
  • Please be honest about your scores and add your scores carefully. Remember to have fun but also remember that this is a competition and we want everyone to be fair and honest to their fellow competitors.
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