3D Archery Shoots and Events 2021

Posted by Archery Country on Feb 17th 2021

3D Archery Shoots and Events 2021

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3D Archery Shoots and Events in 2022

Whether you are an avid 3D shoot participant or a bowhunter looking to get in some pre season practice 3D shoots and events are a great way to get out and shoot your bow. With so many indoor leagues cancelled, 3D shooting events are sure to be a huge hit this year for all of the archery enthusiasts looking to get out and hit some targets. There are some amazing 3D shoot events all over the world, here are a few to take a look at. 

Powder Ridge 3D Shoot's

Powder Ridge 3D Fun Shoot

Friday, August 13th - Sunday, August 15th

Think you have what it takes to climb the hills and still make that accurate shot? Test your skills with 50+ 3D targets. Shoot once or participate the entire weekend with the challenge, adult, and youth stakes.

All skill levels welcome! Shoot for fun and to sharpen your skills. You can even go through the shoot with your group of friends.

MN Mountain Challenge 2021

2021 Minnesota Mountain Challenge

Saturday, August 14th - Sunday, August 15th

Course will be all known distance. Money classes will be 2-100yds. Trophy classes will be 2-50 yards. Youth class will be 2-30 yards. Course will consist of 50 Rinehart targets with IBO vitals. Scoring will be 12-10-8-5-0.

  • Open Money Class - No equipment restrictions. 2-100 yds.
  • Bowhunter Money Class, Fixed pins or sliders ok, No Glass, Max 12” front bar from riser, Back bar ok. 2-100 yds.
  • Freestyle Trophy Class, No equipment restrictions, 2-50 yds
  • Bowhunter Trophy Class, Fixed pins or slider sights ok, 12” front bar from riser, No Glass, Back bar ok.
  • Youth Open Trophy Class, No equipment restriction, Open to boys and girls 17yrs and under, 2-30 yds.

2021 Powder Ridge NASP 3D Invitational

Friday, August 13th - Sunday, August 15th

CALLING ALL NASP SHOOTERS! Think you have what it takes to climb the hills and still make that accurate shot? Test your skills with 50 3D targets. Shoot once or participate the entire weekend. As a bonus, every paid entry will receive a $10 gift card to Archery Country!

All skill levels welcome! Shoot for fun and to sharpen your skills. You can even go through the shoot with your group of friends. 5-15 yards | Must use NASP Legal Genesis | Trophies awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place

Beast Mode Archery Challenge

Why do you train to hunt? Is it to be the alpha bowhunter or to be in the best elk shape, deer shape, mountain shape you can be? Whatever your reason the we have a  Beast Mode Archery Challenge event that will help you attain your goals.

Our goal with BMAC is for you to have fun and be able to replicate the physical and mental feeling you may experience while hunting. If you have buck fever then this is the event for you. We want you to be able to make a clean, quick, ethical kill on your game this year.

Total Archery Challenge

Total Archery Challenge

Total Archery Challenge created the best outdoor sporting event in the United States. We combined all the exciting aspects of archery shooting to bring you an unforgettable three-day experience. It’s like we always say “Life… It’s better with a bow.”

Total Archery Challenge events are held in the most scenic venues across the United States, including the top of the Wasatch Mountains in Utah, The Black Hills of South Dakota, the northern woods of Michigan, and many other locations.

Rinehart R100

R100 3D Shoots

Rinehart hosts 3D shoot events nationwide called the  R100. The R100 series of 3D shoots are family-friendly events for 3D archers of all ages and skill levels. The R100 has two 50-target courses, African Range and North American range, with daily side events. Each person entered shoots one arrow per target in the specified order. Shooters can shoot individually or in groups, up to 5 members.

S3DA Archery

S3DA Archery 3D Shoot

The mission of the  Scholastic 3-D Archery (S3DA) Program is to foster, educate and guide youth in the areas of indoor target, 3-D and outdoor target archery as well as safe, ethical bowhunting practices. The goal of the S3DA program is to provide archery and bowhunting opportunities for young people in after-school settings as well as with archery-affiliated clubs and businesses in the community. We provide an effective after-school archery program, focusing on Indoor 5-spot, 3-D and Outdoor Target archery and the certification and tools to deliver the instruction to youth. As a result, S3DA expects to see increased participation in 3-D and target archery by youth and parent archers using compound bows and traditional archery equipment while also helping to increase participation at local, state and national archery events. In addition, S3DA expects to help provide a basic understanding and respect for our natural resources, environment and nature, with a special emphasis on the modern wildlife conservation and regulated sport hunting.

ASA 3D Archery

ASA Archery

ASA 3D Archery Tournament Schedule

ASA stands for Archery Shooters Association. They are based out of Georgia and host seven tournaments each year – mostly in the southern United States. Both professional and amateur archers take part in the ASA 3D shoots. 

An ASA 3C shoot consists of shooting two, 20-target 3D archery courses over two days. Each 3D target features a number of scoring rings designed to imitate the animals vital areas. An arrow that hits outside all scoring rings is worth 5 points. An arrow shot inside the largest ring, but outside all the others, is worth 8 points. The large, circular ring inside the 8-ring is 10 points, while arrows that land inside the small rings within the 10-point area are worth 12 points.

IBO 3D Archery

IBO 3D Shoot Schedule

IBO - International Bowhunting Organization is based in Ohio. IBO produces eight 3D shooting tournaments yearly, including an indoor course and one for traditional archers only. You will find most IBO tournaments are held in the Midwest.

A typical IBO 3D shoot consists of shooting two, 20-target courses over two days. There is no shoot-down. The targets are marked and scored the same as ASA targets, except the only bonus ring is the one in the center of the 10-point area. (That’s the ring ASA doesn’t recognize.) Arrows that hit that ring are worth 11 points.