Glock M Scoresheet Question

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  1. Pengoose

    Pengoose

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    I am making a computer version of the Glock M course, for use with an indoor shooting simulator and I have question regarding the scorecard.

    A picture of the sample scorecard I have is located at the following website... http://www.glockfaq.com/gssfscoresheet.htm

    Here is my question.....

    The scoresheet shows areas to place scores for each of the 4 cardboard targets (A-D zones), plus an area for misses. From what I understand there is a +10 sec. penalty for any shot above 2, after a string has ended.

    Assuming my above info is correct, where would this penalty be placed on the scorecard?


    Any help would be apprecitated.
     
  2. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    There is no set time allowance on the M. Time stops after your last shot is fired. You are only allowed 2 shots per cardboard, so just take two shots per cardboard. That leaves you 2 to 3 shots per popper. You are allowed to load 10+1, but I only load 10 on the M. Procedurals normally occur when more than 1 popper per string is hit. Just don't do it.
     

  3. Pengoose

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    Lets say a shooter, for whatever reason, hit one of the cardboard targets (in a single string) 3 times. There is a 10 second penalty for that extra hit, correct?

    If this is correct, how does this extra hit get scored on the scoresheet? It is definately not a good hit, nor is it a miss.

    BTW, I am very new to this kind of tournament nor am I skilled at all with a gun. I would label myself a newbie but that would give me too much credit, lol.
     
  4. DEJ/FL

    DEJ/FL Millennium Member

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    Yes, you would be scored a 10 sec. penatly for a procedural and the two lowest hits would be scored in your favor and the penatly would be added as a "miss" on the score sheet!

    Dan :cool: