Ok, firstly Id like to say that I might be a sore looser here, and if anyone has a logical explanation for this I will admit that I simply wasnt good enough to win. FWIW, I have won more than enough money to pay for the G17 I used to compete with, and in a sense, I have won a gun. When I was shooting in the 160s in AmLE and winning $25 here and there in the B class, I knew I was a mediocre shooter. But I decided to take it seriously and bought a G17 and worked at it. I got to the point where I shot a 103 in the Poconos. But there was a problem, the 10yd target on the 5toGlock only had 5 holes in it. They were all in the center, which was a big ball of tape at this point. The 25yd target was also a tight group, but w/ 6 holes. The shooters watching explained to the RO that rounds all hit the target and the condition of the target was the cause for there only being 5 holes in the 10yd target. The shooters argued that I must have had 6 shots through the 5 holes. The RO was polite, but said essentially that w/ 5 holes he had to score a miss and add 10 points. I ended up with a 113 and took 3rd. I would have beaten the winner w/ a 103. I figured this was just too bad for me and sucked it up and cashed the $75 check. I was determined to shoot so well that I wouldnt have this problem the next year. I shot in the low 90s at Pocono and was beaten by a guy (I dont want to post his name because he shouldnt be dragged into my rant here just because he beat me) who bettered my score by 1 point. I beat the previous record by a significant margin and I get beat by 1 point. Okay, so now I really work at it and beat my previous score by another TEN points in Long Island and the same guy beats me by 1 point again. Another record setting score, for this location, and I lose by less than 1%! I mean my 81 is actually better than the Competition class and I lose by 1 point in the AmLE class again. So now the results of the NJ 04 match are posted. I have moved and lost interest in GSSF and didnt compete in this match. The winner scores a 103. I know this guy and he deserves a win for his daily practice. I dont want to take anything away from Capt. Umlands well-deserved win. But the guy who beat me twice shoots a 116. Why is it that a class that is typically won with scores in the low 100s, cant be won with an 81 when its the same people shooting the same course of fire? Has the course changed? Am I being a poor sport? Do any other members have similar experiences? Sorry for the rant, but when I lose 3 times when shooting winning scores, I just have to wonder about things. Please let me know if Im being a baby about this. FWIW, there are locations where the winner in AmLE is always in the 70s, or better, but with these particular matches, the winner was previously in the low 100s, and the same shooters were involved. Unfortunately, I cant find the previous match results on the GSSF website. They used to post them. If they are there, check the results and youll see what I mean.