I've been shooting GSSF outdoor matches since 2004, so it's not my first rodeo. I've never seen, heard or experienced this situation until the Brighton, MI match. I know by the rules that we can load one in the pipe and then 10 (not talking about major sub). I do this and have some left over if I haven't missed too many plates!. I was pasting at a stage when someone had more than six on the target. The person was argueing that more could be on the target but the six highest would be counted. I never knew this was a rule, but I've never had to experience this rule either, so I didn't have a reason in the past to look it up. I know in some other shooting disciplines, if more than the required number of shots are on a target, the ROs start with the least and go forward to the highest scoring ring. Has anyone ever been familiar with any of this in a GSSF competition? Is there a rule? Any information is greatly appreciated and thanks. I think if you're shooting extra, the timer will pick that up and you'll have a higher time.