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Knocking into your neighbor while nocking

"When competing in a competition, it is important to make sure that you have the right etiquette for those around you. Something that I commonly see when at archery tournaments is what my teammates and I refer to as “Table Topping” your bow. It is the act of turning your bow to the side to knock your arrow. When you do this, you are crossing your bow in the archer next to your lane."

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How many lanes do you need to leave so you can collect your arrows independently from another Archer?

If both archers are on the Red shooting line, or the Yellow Shooting Line the you leave 2 lanes between each Archer!

If one Archer is shooting from the Red Shooting Line and the other Archer is shooting from the Yellow Shooting Line then you need to leave 3 lanes between Archers

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