For a non-compound bow this is the weight required to draw the bow to 28". It is dependent on the length of your riser, and the length and strength of your limbs. Bow weight must not to be confused with draw weight.
A group of archers shooting at the same time. There are usually one or two details during an archery session.
This is the distance from the nocking point to the throat of the grip plus 1 3/4". Typically, this length is not necessarily the same as the arrow length. Typically novice archers have slightly longer arrows.
The weight in pounds (lbs) of a non-compound bow at your draw length. The draw weight will vary from archer to archer even if they are using the same bow. It is important you know the draw weight of your bow for set-up and tuning purposes. This is not the same as the bow weight and should not be confused with the poundage marked on the limbs.
Arrows shot in a sequence before being collected at the target. An end usually consists of six arrows outdoors and three arrows indoors. There are usually up to two details per end.
An archery handicap is a measure of the skill of an target archer. It ranges from 100 (the worst) and 0 (the best). An archer has separate indoor and outdoor handicaps.