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# Some Glock M Scoring Questions

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by Pengoose, Oct 7, 2004.

1. ### Pengoose

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I have a few quick questions regarding scoring on the Glock M course, any help is appreciated.

1. What is the penalty if a shooter shoots and misses at a particular cardboard target?

2. At the end of the course there should be six shots in each cardboard target. If there is less than six, how is the score adjusted?

3. How would the following scenario be scored...
A shooter shoots at a particular cardboard target and misses the first shot, takes two more shots and hits them both.

2. ### DannyRModeratorMillennium Member

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You earn 10 penalty points for each miss. You are only allowed 2 shots per cardboard target on each string, leaving you 3 shots to knock down 1 metal popper. More than 6 shots on a cardboard targets results in an additional penalty.

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Thanks for the help, one additional question.....
(if any of my information below is incorrect please let me know)

Scenario:
A shooter shoots at a particular cardboard target and misses the first shot, takes two more shots and hits them both.

Assuming the shooter doesn't screw up anymore on the remaining strings, there will still be only 6 bullet holes in this cardboard target above.

So the shooter is given a +10 penalty for the first missed shot. Is the shooter penalized any further since they shot an extra shot?

Note:
Just have to mention this so everyone doesn't think I am a total weird-o. I am re-creating the Glock M course for use with an indoor shooting simulator, which Glock will be showing later this month.

My problems have come when trying to simulate a "real" Range Officer. Not to mention the countless scoring checks. Currently I am fine tuning the scoring system, thats why I have written out possible scenarios instead of just asking questions.

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