Privacy guaranteed - Your email is not shared with anyone.
Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'GSSF' started by sniper1moore, May 3, 2005.
They have put up finals for Anderson SC!
Thanks GSSF. The final results were worth waiting for even if I didn't win anything. I will say that I reserved comments on the new Amature Prize 1 in 4 system until I saw it applied to a match and now I have. I like it and this is why. If you are one of the AmCiv shooters who are shooting in the top 10 regularly you still have the same opportunities as before. If you are a new shooter, haven't yet achieved the skills to shoot in the top 10 or just had a bad day you have the same equal chance as all the other shooters who were not in the top 10 of winning either cash or a new Glock.
Well Done. ;c ;c ;c
Why did they only award the top 5 places in Am Guardian? I thought the top 10 wouldn't change and they would do the random drawing on the remaining places.Looks like the random drawings were spread throughout all the divisions.Ken
This might take the whole carafe of coffee... but this is strictly curiosity to understand how this works, nothing meant in a mean-spirited way. AG really has me curious; and the MatchMeister rightly gets a pistol, but then is the $75 in UL $25 recomp + a random prize, or...? ^8
Using Anderson as an example it could be useful if someone in the know "narrated" the rationale behind how this first one under new rules played out.
I reserve judgment on this stuff (mostly), but AmSub and Comp (many folks whose only Glock may be a 26 or 34, for example) still seem to be left distinctly on shore. Didn't like it then, still don't.
I'm just shooting for personal numbers, the chance to cart donuts to RSTville once in awhile to practice (hint-hint), and the fun of it all. ;f
(I note now that the Team scores are published separately.)
The only thing I question in the prelim posting of the scores is: Why not publish Teams with the original prelims. This way everyone has a chance to view them for errors at the same time. This maybe could have prevented todays Anderson finals from being interupted because of a team error. I would like to understand the rationale of not posting Teams prelims with all the other prelims. Maybe I don't understand the finer points and am not slamming anyone; just trying to understand and maybe make things run smoother. Please take my comments in that context and please if anyone has a good answer to clearify this process please let us know.
As I stated above; otherwise I am perfectly happy with the new prize setup. I saw 3 guns and seems to be more money in AmCiv and I saw 3 guns in AG although I didn't check the money since I didn't shoot AG.
absolutely, compared to last years distributions from similar size matches
by my count there was a total of 4 pistols (3 pistols and a savings bond) and $1950 in cash for 156 shooters
so, 1 in 39 shooters got a gun (or savings bond), and excluding the value of the gun/savings bond, the average prize was $12.5 per person
although, despite the additional prizes for am civ, Im still gonna become a volunteer fireman so I can compete in guardian class
one pistol for every 16 entries, and over $14 per person given out
Anyone see who won the pistol for bringing the new members?
Is this a pistol drawing per match, or for the whole year?
Thought it was 'per match' but not sure if it was 1 entry per new member brought, or just one entry per match total.
(Hoping the former, as I plan to cart a boatload up to Oakdale if it ever gets confirmed.)