In some areas the "bullseye" is also known as the "center bull" or the "bull"; it is currently unknown exactly where the term originated.
It is also often referred to as the "X" and many scoring systems will keep track of the number of X's shot.
According to some sources, the centre of an archery target is also called the 'Gold'; the term apparently has origins with Henry VIII ("The Field of the Cloth of Gold", 1520 A.D.), although no documentation seems to exist which can be used to verify this claim. A "bullseye" is also used in reference to the game of darts. The"X" is known as the "Inner 10" and, as mentioned above, it is used in the scoring system. In certain forms of indoor archery, "The Inner 10 Ring" is largely used with Compound bows; compound bow users have to hit that to score 10; the outer 10 is for all other types of bow.
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bowstave.. a trimmed rod of wood to be made into a weapon... like an arrow, for example ..or a spear.
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