A bow where the draw is mechanically varied by a system of pulleys or cams with no draw stop. Maximum draw weight will be 20lbs. No sight, stabilizer, peep or kisser button, and shot only with fingers (glove, tab or bare fingers) are allowed. An arrow rest will be permitted.
By definition, a Basic Compound is a compound bow and will be combined with other compound bow categories unless there is a specific Basic Compound category offered in registration.
Our USA Archery Event Reference Guidebook has everything you need to know for your first USA Archery event, and is a great quick refresher if you've competed before.
Traditional Equipment Rules (this link will take you to a traditional archery website that is not maintained by USA Archery).
Participants must be a resident of the state in which the event is held to be eligible to earn state championship titles and a state ranking. Guest divisions will be permitted at the Local Organizing Committee's discretion. For JOAD State Championships, archers must be a member of a USA Archery JOAD/Both or Collegiate USA Archery Club. The club is not required to be located in the state where the event takes place.
The following divisions are through the calendar year of your birthday.