Archery Proficiency Test
DEADLINE: The Archery Range qualification period will be held from July 6, 2015 through August 23, 2015.
There will be a qualification fee for EACH attempt to qualify at
an approved range - Maximum of 3 attempts to range qualify for the
Archery Program. Please contact the range for their
qualification fee and for an appointment.
Three out of three arrows in an 7-inch target at 25 yards.
Crossbows and Compound bows ONLY. Only bows used to qualify may be used
to participate in the Archery Program. Must provide own backstop if
using a crossbow at the range.
Broadheads ONLY - Field tips not permitted for use to qualify at the
Broadheads must, minimally, cut a 7/8th-inch hole.
- Coring broadheads like the Toxic brand will not be permitted with range targets. If an archer wants to qualify with one, they must bring their own target block. See individual Range page for any restrictions
Where may I range qualify for the Archery Program?
- Participants may qualify at an approved public (or private) archery range. Range qualifications are by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Appointments for Group qualifications are preferred.
All attempts to range qualify for the Archery Program will be closely monitored and recorded by the Range Master and Fairfax County.
Please contact one of the approved Archery Ranges to make an appointment to qualify Archery Group members to become eligible for participation in the Archery Program:
Range master’s decision regarding range safety or qualification is
final – NO appeals.
Failure to comply with all range rules and instructions by a range
master will result in immediate removal from the site and failure to
qualify to participate in the Archery program.
- Proficiency test qualification valid for two years. Applicants who participated in a previous season of the Archery Program must submit proof of that previous qualification.