The local range that had GSSF matches stopped holding the matches for a couple of years and about the same time that they stopped (2009), GSSF apparently lost a lot its Indoor League records--at least they dropped off the GSSF webpage. In addition, the number of ranges participating in the program seemed to drop dramatically about that same time. All of that suggests that it probably wasn't merely a local issue with my particular range. I tried, at the time, to find out what was going on and, oddly enough, nobody I contacted seemed to have anything useful to contribute. Then, this year, after a couple year hiatus, the local range started up the indoor league matches again. I also noticed that, based on the GSSF Indoor league schedule on the GSSF website, the participation seemed to be picking back up again with more locations holding the matches--though not as many as had before whatever happened a couple of years ago happened. But the other day, I went online to check GSSF and noticed that my local range is no longer listed on the GSSF Indoor League schedule and that the schedule is currently far more sparse overall than it it was a month or so ago. Again, it looks like something is going on other than just some issue at my local range. So what's the deal? Does anyone know what's going on with the GSSF Indoor League matches? It appears that something is going on from Glock's end. Does anyone have any insight? Is GSSF trying to phase out the Indoor League matches? If so, why not just come out and say so. If they're having problem supporting them or feel they need to make fundamental changes, again, why not just say so and come out with a statement indicating what they plan to do. My understanding is that the GSSF Indoor League was conceived to help support and promote Glock Dealers who run indoor ranges, to promote Glock firearms and as a benefit to Glock owners who wish to compete. If that's really the point of the program, then it makes sense to get things figured out and try to keep some semblance of a relatively stable schedule for the sake of the parties that this program is meant to benefit. I've tried to get others interested in the program lately but it's really hard to "sell" something like this to new participants given the apparent state of flux that the program seems to be experiencing. Just a shot in the dark, to see if anyone can shed a little light... Or perhaps, more accurately, to see if anyone who can shed a little light is actually willing to do so.