"stacking" in GSSF?

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  1. miguelv

    miguelv

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    Hello.

    I am new to Glock and was reading the course descriptions online. Many of them say to engage targets in any order and no "stacking".

    What do they mean by "stacking"? Sorry, I am new and considering a GSSF membership.

    Thanks!
     
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  2. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Let us use the 5 To Glock stage as an example.

    Contestants shoot three strings of fire, two shots per cardboard per string, for a total of 6 scored shots per cardboard target.

    Stacking would be to fire all six shots on target 1, then the remaining 4 shots on target 2. Next string 2 shots on target 2 then 6 shots on target 3 and 2 shots on target 4. Final string 4 shots on 4 and 6 shots on 5.

    Stacking will get you disqualified. Just don't do it.
     

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    OK, that makes sense, I think I've got it. Thank you!

    I have never been in a shooting competition before, so I am hoping not to get DQ'ed in my first one. :supergrin:

    Now I have to get that GSSF membership turned in, pronto!
     
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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Bravo! Do it, then practice controlled pairs at 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 yards.
     
  5. lethal tupperwa

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    Tell the Range Officers ( the guys with the timers at each stage that you are Brand New.

    They will gladly help you.