usually red or black
usually a brite color or black
the centre of an archery target is called the gold . this is because it is gold in colour,all rings have a different colour.
red bullseye Sometimes it is also a yellow or gold circle.
The WA ( World Archery Federation, former FITA ) targets are coloured as follows, from the inside out: * 9 ring, 10 ring and inner 10 ring - gold * 7 ring, 8 ring - red * 5 ring, 6 ring - blue * 3 ring, 4 ring - black * 1 ring, 2 ring - white
It depends on what type of round you are shooting. If its a FITA round there is a separate inner ring which becomes the inner Gold or an X shot, counting as a 10. On an Imperial round anything in the Gold colour is a Gold scoring 9 points. A common mistake is to call an inner Gold as a bulls eye, which is faux pas in archery.
red and blue
There are 5 different colour rings but there are 2 rings in each colour, so there are 10 rings in total.