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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by clin4580, Jan 25, 2004.

  1. clin4580

    clin4580

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    How does the prize system work?Are there different catagories for calibers?Was thinking about getting a 10mm or would I have better chances of winning in the .40 catagory if such thing?
     
  2. Fireglock

    Fireglock Which is worse?

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    There are no seperate classes for calibers, all shoot together. From the Glock Report:

    "Lewis" Prize Allocation within the Amateur Civilian and Amateur law Enforcement categories - GSSF uses the "Lewis" prize allocation system for the Amateur Civilian and Amateur Law Enforcement categories. After scoring, the competitors within those categories are listed in the overall order in which they finished. The overall list is divided by the number of classes to be awarded. In most cases, they will usually be divided into thirds. The top one-third is designated "A" Class, the second one-third is "B" Class, and the final one-third is "C" Class. At larger matches, GSSF reserves the right to add additional classes (that is "D", "E", and "F" classes, and so on) thereby adding to the available awards. GSSF also reserves the right to delete classes if, in the sole judgment of GSSF, there are insufficient entries to justify a full A, B, and/or C class award schedule.

    There are several other catagories to shoot in based on skill (Master/Unlimited) and/or the model of Glock you shoot.

    You can find all the rules and lots more at www.gssfonline.com. Good luck and enjoy the matches.