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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by Don At PC, Mar 16, 2006.
They are up at www.gssfonline.com.
Congratulations to all the winners. Some fine scores.
damn i missed the random prizes and it looks like, if i did the math right, i'd of missed a 1st palce B class pistol by 3 places too high. that is i finished at the bottom of what would of been A class. I need to take sand bagging lessons in case they ever bring A,B,and C classes back.
I musta missed something in the new rules, looking at AG and CD. I don't get it. Only 1 possible pistol win at a match for amateurs too?
Has he possibly one two already?
Ahh, yes, my limited view. As the Generals tried to tell Rumsfeld, watch out for catastrophic success. If that's the case, then:
;+ Congratulations (maybe)
There weren't enough people in Amateur Guardian to get into a second series of prizes. There are twice as many guns given out in AG as AC with the same number of shooters, but they only had enough to get through the 5 layers of prizes once (AG rotates through a string of 5 prizes instead of 10, so they get twice as many guns and high-dollar prizes as AC, but they still only award the top 5 and then rotate through the 5 up to 1 in 4 shooters).
Wig is talking about winning two Categories and only receiving one pistol.
Amateurs are only allowed to win three pistols before being bumped up to Master. His first pistol won at Orlando this year was his third A-1 pistol win. It's that simple. He is now considered a Master in GSSF.