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Pistol Competition Classes

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by RockyMtnG20, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. RockyMtnG20

    RockyMtnG20 NRA Life Member

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    In Glock "M" do you just have to hit the panels or do they also score how close to the center you hit?
     
  2. SARDG

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    :headscratch: The 4 paper targets are NRA D-1s like the 5tG and score the same. The steel has to fall to score, unless using wind rules when the steel only has to be hit (anywhere).

    ETA: Using wind rules the poppers are locked up.
     
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  3. lethal tupperwa

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    Pannels?

    If you mean the metal popers
    you hit one -ONE-in each of the three runs
    The poper will fall to score
    unless it is windy then usually one will be locked in an upright position and only need to be rung.(hit )
     
  4. lethal tupperwa

    lethal tupperwa

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    You are WAY OVER THINKING

    Go, watch a few shooters at each stage

    Tell the ROs that you are new


    and like everyone else, that was new, leave LOOKING for

    your next match.
     
  5. SARDG

    SARDG

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    I told ya'll that 'M' was the most confusing...
     
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    That's some fine shooting in those two videos...
     
  7. MisterB

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    The trigger on a G35 is much nicer than your G19, especially after you break it in. I shoot a G34 with the same trigger in IDPA, USPSA, GSSF, Steel Challenge, and a few informal local matches, and my stock "-" trigger works great for me. Give it a try before spending money on a "GSSF trigger kit", or even before the 25 cent trigger job a lot of folks harp about.

    BTW, I can't shoot my G19 worth a darn, which is why I lent it to my sister, she loves it. Of all my Glocks, the G19 just doesn't fit my hand right, even worse than a G26.
     
  8. Butch

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    The D-1 (AKA-tombstone) targets are 'scored' by adding time (in seconds) to the time it takes you to shoot the stage.

    The A and B zones are no penalty, hits in the C zone add one second each, hits in the D zone add 3 seconds per hit, and rounds that completely miss the target add 10 seconds.

    [​IMG]
     
  9. RockyMtnG20

    RockyMtnG20 NRA Life Member

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    Thanks Butch. That's what I was looking for.