The five spot 420 target -
there are 5 scoring circles with 3 scoring rings in each circle:
The outer blue ring has a score of 4 points.
The arrow must touch the blue ring to score.

The shading inside this blue ring has no different scoring value and is only there
to draw your attention to the center of the entire target.

The grey center has a score of 5 points and the arrow must touch it to score 5 points.

The white X ring inside the center grey circle has a score of 6 points.

The arrow must touch any part of the line making the X ring.

The last scoring possibility is an Inside X which is accomplished
by the arrow being inside the line making the white X ring without touching it,
thus being called an Inside X which has a score of 7 points.

The "X" ring is smaller than a regular NFAA 5 spot.
On the 5 spot, only 1 arrow per scoring circle is allowed.
If more than 1 arrow is in a circle the lowest one is counted.

The SVAA will be using the original MAA target face for the
Saginaw Field & Stream shoot and the SVAA Championship hosted by Flint Bowmen

On a one spot target an inside out will be scored as a "7"
An "X" touching the line will be scored as a "6"
The balance of the white will be scored as a "5",
the next ring is "4" ,
the next ring a "3", etc.