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GSSF (two different guns)

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by viper144, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. viper144

    viper144

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    I am guessing that you can enter the same class with two different models.
    Do I need to fill out two different registration forms or just mark the two different models on the same registration and pay the 25.00 dollars for each gun?
     
  2. Don At PC

    Don At PC Senior Member Millennium Member

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    If you are speaking of Outdoor GSSF Matches you may shoot a category ONE time per match. I don't know about the indoor matches. www.gssfonline.com will have the answers.

    Don
     

  3. 9mmdude

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    An example would be as follows with different models you could use any glock listed but only once.

    Civilian: Glock 17, 19, 26, 22, 23, 30, 21 etc.
    Sub-Compact: Glock 26, 30
    Heavy Metal: Glock 30, 21, 20, 37
    Major Sub: Glock 30, 36, 39, 29
    Competition: Glock 17, 17c, 34, 35, 22, 22c, 23, 23c etc.

    Now if you only wanted to bring two guns to a match and shoot multiple categories you could do as follows:

    Civilian: Glock 26
    Sub-Compact: Glock 26 or Glock 30
    Heavy Metal: Glock 30
    Competition: Glock 26 or Glock 30

    Only one entry can be shot per match per category with one the Glock of your choice as long as it fits in the category.

    If you brought one glock, say a 17 you could shoot:

    Civilian or Guardian
    Competition
    Master Stock
    Unlimited

    If you brought a Glock 30 you would cover 7 categories with one gun because it would fit all 7.

    Civilian
    Sub-compact
    Heavy Metal
    Competition
    Major-Sub
    Master Stock
    Unlimited


    Go to page 18/19 here for a complete list and this also has all of the rules:

    http://www.gssfonline.com/glockrpt/2012_The_GLOCK_Report.pdf
     
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  4. viper144

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    Thanks 9mm
    Think I figured it out. If I bring a 17,19 and a 26, I can only shoot one catagory with each model......amateur civilian 19, sub-compact 26 and competition with the 17.....but I can NOT enter more than one model in the same catagory.
    Have I got it now??
     
  5. MajorD

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    viper you have it- if your guns are a 26 19 and 17 I suggest shoot ameteur civ with the 19 or 17, subcompact of course with 26, and use the 17 or 19 in competition. as far as the 19 or 17 take whichever one you shoot better. Also you can use the same gun in multiple categories- yesterday I shot my glock 26 in competition, subcompact and master stock. Also make sure you bring pleanty of magazines. 4 for each gun at least.
     
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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    You may enter any given category only one time.
     
  7. 9mmdude

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    Yup, you nailed it. Have fun GSSF is a BLAST!
     
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    ron59 Bustin Caps

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    But you can shoot one gun more than once.
    If I was you, I would not shoot the G19 AND G17. I'd pick the one I shoot the best and shoot them both in Am Civ and Competition.

    Unless you're just totally looking to have fun, but I try to maximize my score. Start off shooting the 17 in Competition for a "warm up", then follow it up with the 17 in Am Civ.
     
  9. 9mmdude

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    Good advice!
     
  10. gallonoffuel

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    To reduce the gun switching even further, you could shoot 5 divisions with just the 26. If you had a 30, you could shoot 6 with just one gun.
     
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    ron59 Bustin Caps

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    Certainly true, but no way I try to double-tap with that G30 in Am Civ or something and have a winning score.

    I have a G17, G34 and G30 (G26 but I don't shoot it in competitions).

    While the G34 is my favorite Glock, I don't shoot it at GSSF anymore (tried it once). I don't like having to switch between too many guns. Even setup the same, there's things like balance and such that will be different.

    So I shoot the G17 in Am Civ and Comp, and lastly I will shoot my G30SF in Major Sub.
     
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