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The centre of the Archery target is called the Gold.

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Q: What is the term missing the bull's eye in Archery?
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Bulls eye associated with which game?

Bulls eye associated with Archery.


What does bulls-eye mean?

"Bulls-eye" is the term given to the center of a darts or archery target. Getting a bulls-eye requires a lot of skill. In popular speech, bulls-eye refers to getting anything exactly and perfectly correct.


What is the horseshoe pitching equivalent of a bulls eye?

a ringer is the same as a bulls eye for archery.


Which sports has bulls eye?

darts,archery


Why is the bulls eye called the bulls eye?

Because during the middle ages they would literally take the eye from a bull and put it in the middle of the archery target. If you hit it you got a "bulls eye".


How many points is a bulls eye worth in archery?

10 points


When did the archery bulls eye become gold?

so it can be seen better


What other name is there for the bull in archery?

bulls eye, chalupa, sweet spot, kill


What is a target called in archery?

It is usually called a target but the center of it is called a bulls eye.


How many points bulls eye?

in darts it's 100 In archery it's 50


What is an example of an archery contestant showing good precision but poor accuracy?

Missing the bulls-eye but hitting the same spot every time.2nd Answerer presenting more details says:For an archer to be precise but not accurate, they would be hitting very close to the same spot each time, but they would not hit the center of the target.If an archer were told to hit a bulls-eye target dead in the center, and instead hit the same spot on the blue ring of the target three times, he would show excellent precision, hitting the same spot three times, but poor accuracy, missing the bulls-eye. If, instead, he shot his three arrows within the black bulls-eye but rather spread out over the bulls-eye, he would demonstrate good accuracy and only decent precision.


Which of the following is an example of an archery contestant showing good precision but poor accuracy?

Missing the bulls-eye but hitting the same spot every timeFor an archer to be precise but not accurate, they would be hitting very close to the same spot each time, but they would not hit the center of the target.

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