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Griffin prelims are up

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by legacy38, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. legacy38

    legacy38 Millennium Member

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  2. damien

    damien Not the Omen

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  3. eselby

    eselby I shoot things

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    I see some score discrepancies :(

    Time to pull out the score sheets
     
  4. Chris North

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    I see two of three entries that need fixing...

    Need to get my sheets...

    Who do we send email to? or is it a phone call?
     
  5. Don At PC

    Don At PC Senior Member Millennium Member

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    Go to www.gssfonline.com and click on the match results page. At the top of that page in RED letters is a Glock email address where you send you correction. It also lists the info you are required to supply.

    Match Info

    The Results

    Upcoming Events >> Past Events >> Match Results >> Become a GSSF Member >>

    Click here to access archives prior to 2011


    To report scoring discrepancies, send an email to gssf@glock.us. Please include your Name, GSSF Number, Match Location, Shooter Number, and a brief description of the problem.


    Don
     
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  6. SARDG

    SARDG

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    Well nuts... I thought I had at least beat Bama in SubCompact, but GSSF had the correct numbers for my 'M' - and I didn't. :crying:

    IF RESULTS MAINTAIN...

    Alabama Holster Company Teams:
    3rd in Civ
    2nd in Guardian
    1st and 3rd in Master
    (no All-Ladies Team this time around)

    ...and high Guardian Female for me. Unremarkable otherwise.
     
  7. JTSmith

    JTSmith Œgfdrïńëçł

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    Oh man I hope no one shot lower than 60.2 in Am subcompact!
     
  8. SARDG

    SARDG

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    Brian Dover... 1st place in every Division (5) that he was allowed to shoot in.
     
  9. SARDG

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    Well, your closest rival is more than 5 seconds away and that's an eternity. Good luck!
     
  10. Tbone17

    Tbone17 "Shootin Steel"

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    I know, he is a awesome shooter. I have met him at a few matches. He is consistent.
     
  11. SARDG

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    I've run him before - and David Knight this weekend. But I've got to quit blinking my eyes 'cause I miss the entire string! :supergrin:
     
  12. Melissa5

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    Well, I continued to improve by cutting 104 seconds off of my previous competition time. Still, 181 is nothing to brag about. I had 70 seconds in mikes and 32 seconds for charlies and deltas. Looks like I would have been 5th highest Adult Female in Am Civ if I had remembered to mark it on my registration form.
     
  13. BamaTrooper

    BamaTrooper Retired

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    Do or do not, there is no try my Senior Padawan:tongueout:
     
  14. frankt

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    I ended up 93 out of 339. I had a jam on two different strings but I was tired and worn out from all the waiting and did not take the one reshoot that was offered. Probably was only about 3 seconds worth of time each occurrence.

    I guess 108 seconds for a Super Senior is not terrible.

    Come on Random prizes!
     
  15. SCC

    SCC Member Me

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    54 850 Steve Camp 132.65 15.07 7.00 22.07 11.50 21.00 32.50 28.08 50.00 78.08
    my first time with the G30 !!!
    I will stick with my 19 no more HM for me
     
  16. SARDG

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    Be nice... I didn't invoke my RO privilege directly in front of you after your 1 hour wait at ‘M’. It was only out of my deep love and respect for my Jedi 'Master'.
     
  17. eselby

    eselby I shoot things

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    After adjusting for my bad math (I shaved 6 seconds in one class and added 4 in another!), my scores for my first time ever GSSF outdoor comp are a respectable:
    (G17)
    Civilian -102.01
    Competition - 96.5
     
  18. Don At PC

    Don At PC Senior Member Millennium Member

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    Well done!!!!!!!!!! Those are very good scores for the first outdoor GSSF Match.

    Don
     
  19. James5m

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    I did:devildance:
     
  20. eselby

    eselby I shoot things

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