On an NFAA indoor Archery target the center, also known as the bull's eye, is worth 5 points.
On a Vegas indoor target it is worth 10 points
In World Archery Federation events, the outer red ring is worth 7 points and the inner red ring is worth 8 points.
There are two black rings next to each other on a standard archery target. The outer ring is worth three, while the inner ring is worth four.
the black rings are worth 3 and 4 points; 3 for outer and 4 for inner
in archery 3 points
If it is a standard target the bigger circle should be 7 and the smaller red circle should be 8. Standard target has 10 circles and are worth 1-10 points going from biggest to smallest.
In Darts a bullseye is worth 50 points, in archery its worth 10 points. However, puritans of archery do not call it bullseye they refer to it as "the Gold"
Depends on the scoring system. usually 10.
The inner bullseye is worth 50 points, the outer 25 points.
You either have 5 zone scoring, this is where the whole gold is worth 9 points, red-7, blue-5, black-3 and white-1. This is also called imperial scoring. At most main competitions, you will use 10 zone scoring, this is when the inner gold ring is worth 10 points, outer gold-9, inner red-8, outer red-7, inner blue-6, outer blue-5, inner black-4, outer black-3, inner white-2, outer white-1.