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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by DannyR, Mar 29, 2010.
Check them out at www.gssfonline.com
That website leaves a lot to be desired.
How about a hint.
Hold on, hold on....
Hot Topics at the top of the page.
Match results on right side of page.
North Carolina - Morganton on the left, down the page.
Size to 100%
I WASN'T LAST!
Yeah.... they must not have a web designer working for them, as the info is kinda scattered around. But hey... they're GUN people!!! lol
Main menu item MATCH INFO, once you click that it says:
Upcoming Events >> Past Events >> Match Results >> Become a GSSF Member >>
near the top. Click on MATCH RESULTS, and then select the state, city of the match.
They keep the last years worth of results posted.
That's was pretty quick getting the prelims up.. I wish I was that fast.
Some good times listed also. "Way To Go"!! Simon!!
Some good times listed also. "Way To Go"!! Simon!![/QUOTE]
Thanks! I've been on a roll this month, I started with a high-overall at a local IDPA match and followed it with a High-Limited (3rd Overall) in a local USPSA match. That's what two months of snow and no shooting will do!
It was also good to be shooting as part of Team PSS-Range.com with two great team mates (DannyR and Ron Young). They gave me good incentive to practice.
Roll on Knoxville, TN!
Thanks GSSF for the fast turn around. Congrats to some great shooting. I always say if you are going to do something, jump in with both feet and my scores do reflect that. Bad part was I had cleats on both feet when I jumped.
See y'al at Thibodaux, Anniston and more down the road.
Try shooting with your rear sights removed.
You may have a good point there. I was going to do that for this match and then chickened out. Look what it got me, I let some of the "Old Guys" beat me ------------------ BAD.
But my turn is coming, I can't let this become a habit. I have several more matches on my schedule this year but I need to correct this problem pretty quickly.
Well hot damn and congrats. The Master Submajor had more than 10 people and that means another gun awarded.
Don't count on seeing that again anytime soon.
>10 in subcompact too. That is the way it should be.
If a master shooter was to shoot every available category, they would increase their chances of winning a gun by finishing in the top 5 of one of those categories. If my thinking is correct, when there are 10+ masters shooting each category, then the master shooters would win at least 5 guns, and usually a 6th when a master is the matchmeister.
Your math is correct. That's far better than only 1 opportunity in 1999.
most shooters, master or not stay away from MSub and to a degree Sub. like was pointed out masters shooting all five divisions helps all the masters out.