Judges are not scary people: they are trained to protect your score and help you understand the rules, not to punish you for mistakes.
If you have a question, ask the judge. It’s usually easier to fix a mistake at the beginning than to wait and have to unscramble the error later, so check with the judge. This includes telling the judge if you have an equipment failure, a rebound (bounce-out) or hanging arrow or if you write the wrong number on the score sheet.
If your scoring group cannot agree on a close line call, score the rest of the arrows in your scoring group and then call the judge. Identify the questionable arrow (don’t tell the judge whose arrow it is).
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