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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by Fireglock, Oct 26, 2005.
They're up for your viewing pleasure.
I would never have expected to win a gun with my piss poor score in U/L.
But there it is in black and white !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!;P
It just seems kind of funny though,that I am winning a gun and not in the top spot.
Jerry, can I ask for your assistance again please.
You got it.
damn they're never going to pull my name out of the hat. i'm starting to think the only way i'm going to get a pistol is to finish in 1st place.
;z Ed, same issue here - No matter how many old episodes of Rocky & Bullwinkle that I watch...
Got me some $25!
Congradulations on winning a Glock. Where else can you go and win a gun for just showing up? Aren't those GSSF matches the best!
Can someone explain to me how there are only 8 prizes awarded in Competition class when there are 80 shooters in this category? That sounds to me like 1 in 10 winners, not 1 in 4. I don't get it. Also, no $100 prizes? I'm a little confused.
Am/Civ had 56 for 222. 1 in 3.96
Am/Guardian had 8 for 31. 1 in 3.875
Subcompact had 8 for 39. 1 in 4.875
Major sub had 6 for 16. 1 in 2.66
Master stock had 8 prizes for 31 shooters. 1 in 3.875 plus the matchmeister pistol.
Unlimited had 8 for 31. 1 in 3.875
From the Glock Report:
* 190.40 Prize Allocation within the Amateur
* Subcompact, Amateur Competition, Master
* Stock and Master Unlimited Divisions
* Top 3 in each Division receive the
* following prizes
* 1st GLOCK Pistol
* 2nd $75
* 3rd $50
* 4th to Last Place will be eligible for
* one (1) $25 prize awarded at random
Looks Like Glock awarded TWICE the number of prizes allotted for the above divisions.
* 190.20 Prize Allocation within the Amateur-
* Civilian and Amateur-Guardian divisions
* The Lewis Class, previously used by GSSF has
* been replaced by the following system in the
* Amateur Civilian & Guardian Divisions. Each
* match will reward 1 out of 4 competitors in these
* two divisions.
and they met the One-in-Four guidelines for these two divisions.
ducking and covering in NYS.