Can anyone explain to me the process one needs to go through to shoot as a disabled GSSF member? Not very long ago (couple of months), I was placed on perm disability list by my dept. due to problems with an old military injury. I receive 100% disability from the VA due to it being a service related injury. While my ability to stand and make quick movements has been somewhat hammpered, I am still able to do some shooting. Most times I can even hit the target. I understand that GSSF has a class for disabled shooters, I know nothing about it. Is it the same course of fire as the others? Is the scoring the same? Are the shooters able/allowed to win prizes? And, most importantly, would the other shooters laugh at someone shooting in the disabled match? I know, it may sound like a dumb question. But after having spent many years honing my shooting skills, only to be brought to this level by something I can't control leaves me a bit sensitive. After many years of shooting and being a GSSF member for several years, I've always wished for the time to join in the fun everyone seems to have at the matches. Now I find myself with the time but my abilities and level of performance have gone down the crapper. ;Q I do believe though, that I will bite the bullet and try to visit some of the closer matches. Traveling a long distance may be a problem, I'll just have to see how things go. So thanks for any info anyone can give me.