By strick definition, I am talking about the policy limiting masters to 1 pistol win per match. Did it accomplish anything positive in 2002? In 2001 Bobby Carver won 9 pistols. In 2002 he won 10. In 2001 Dale Rhea won 10 pistols. In 2002 he won 7. Net difference: two pistols. Big Deal. Some of those 17 pistols won in 2002 were the "share the wealth" pistols awarded for 2nd place finishes. In my opinion the 2002 policy needs to be scrapped. If a master works hard enough to finish 1st in two master classes, he or she deserves both pistols. End of my soapbox speech.