I shot the indoor GSSF match at the Firing Line in Michigan last month. It was alright, a little boring, but I guess It's geared to the newbe shooters and shooters that haven't shot in any type of competitions before. Anyway, my question is this: The people scoring this match were under the impression that you had to break not just touch the scoring line to count for the higher point. That doesn't make any sense. In any competitions I have ever participated in (NRA Bullseye, Highpower, PPC, IPSC....) you just have to touch the scoring line. I was shooting round nose bullets not wadcutter bullets and this makes it hard to cut a line. And the people there didn't know what a overlay was. So what's the verdict boys and girls, It did mean that I went from 2nd place to 3rd.