TRADITIONAL ARCHERS OF OREGON

POLICIES & PRACTICES

 

TITLE:

North American Longbow Safari Shoot

PURPOSE:

Provide general guidelines for hosting the North American Longbow Safari

REVISED:

1 July, 2009

 

Discussion:

To bring traditional archers together for a weekend of archery events which celebrate and promote
the use of the longbow.

 

Related Documents:

Website of the Rocky Mountain Longbow Association (RMLA)
http://www.rockymountainlongbow.ca/RMLA/Main.htm

 

Events:

The North American Longbow Safari (NALS) is a 2 day event featuring a 50 target trail shoot,
half of which are North American targets with the other half African/exotic targets. 

 

Other events are scheduled by the host club, refer to host club flyer for details.

           

Equipment:

Longbows, wood arrows tipped with broadheads.  Refer to RMLA and NALS info
on websites and shoot flyers.

 

Classes & Competition:

Host clubs should refer to RMLA policy regarding competition at the NALS.

Vendors:

When hosted by T.A.O., vendors in attendance must be registered for the N.A.L.S.  In addition,
vendors are expected to follow current rules and protocol set forth by the R.M.L.A.

 

Responsibility:

The NALS alternates between Canada and the United States each year.  Archery clubs bid
to host the shoot with the RMLA and if awarded the privilege, are responsible for setting up
this annual event and will follow the rules and protocol set forth by the RMLA.

 

The TAO Board of Directors is responsible to authorize the President and Treasurer to make
the necessary preparations and expenditures to ensure the success of this annual event
when hosted in Oregon by TAO. 

Also, registration will be run in strict adherence to the T.A.O. Event Registration Policy.