GNAS Archery Dress Code

We, the undersigned, respectfully request of the Grand National Archery Society (GNAS) that the Rules of Shooting be amended to remove section 307.e.i and amend 307.e.iii such that there is no longer a requirement to wear green and/or white as a regulation dress code. Furthermore, we wish to retain the option to register and shoot in club colours and for those who wish to continue to shoot in green and/or white to be allowed to do so. We believe that above changes are in the spirit of mutual respect and courtesy that are the core of our society.


Mike Rumfitt is an archer who shoots traditional, recurve and Compound bows for enjoyment and competition. He believes that the existing dress code is detrimental to the growth and enjoyment of the sport of archery.


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