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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
ARCHERY RANGE. Any and all property(s) used for the discharge of an arrow from a bow or crossbow including the required safety zones.
ARROW. A projectile composed of a straight shaft and a pointed end, and with stabilizing vanes or feathers.
BOW. A device composed of a curved piece of wood, plastic, fiberglass, metal or similar material strung taut from end to end, and shall include without limitation longbows, recurve bows and compound bows.
CROSSBOW. A device composed of a bow fixed crosswise on a stock, on which stock arrows or other projectiles are directed by means of a groove.
FITA a.k.a. WORLD ARCHERY. The Federation International de Tir L'Arc.
NAA. The National Archery Association, a.k.a. USA Archery.
NASP®. The National Archery in Schools Program.
NFAA. The National Field Archery Association.
4-H. The Youth Development Program of the U.S. Cooperative Extension System.
TARGET. An archery target substantial enough to stop an arrow and not allow the nock end of an arrow to completely pass through, regardless of the archer, type of bow or crossbow, and regardless of where the arrow may strike the target.
(Ord. 2012-04, passed 6-4-12)