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  1. You do not have to be fully stopped. As soon as one foot is on the ground inside the box and the second is off the ground you can engage the plates. Now if between the boxes you have your finger inside the trigger guard and take more than one step then it’s a DQ.
  2. DQ for sweeping would be my call.
  3. The new take down model? That would be awesome. I'll take mine to the range Sunday and ask about it.
  4. Wiland is local to me. In fact I'm shooting with the owner this weekend. If you guys need anything let me know and I'll ping him about it.
  5. I'll make a note to make this clearer with the next rules update. As long as the case is completely closed and you are not touching the rifle you can reach forward to zip/unzip the case and it's not a sweeping violation.
  6. When I ordered mine way back in April or May I paid in full for the 1100. I had to call the credit card company to let them know because it was a large internet order.
  7. Two different issues. Technically the club should not permit unofficial divisions. If the competitor is not a member then assign to normal division and upload. If the competitor is a member then they should adhere to the rules and only shoot official divisions. For fun stages don’t delete them. That will screw up final results of you do. Stages that do not have an official classifier code entered (SC-10x) will be treated as unofficial stage and ignored for classification purposes. Our club routinely runs 5 official and 1 fun stage.
  8. I don’t think PractiScore web will allow you to create the upload file with an unofficial division in it. If it does I would consider that a bug that we would need for them to fix.
  9. Menu option under Member Resources on SCSA web.
  10. Put your feedback in an email and send it to me zack@uspsa.org and I will make sure the right people see it.
  11. Every Wednesday at 8 EST. Go to results page. There is a column showing the date the activity fee was paid or Not Paid if the club hasn’t paid yet.
  12. For obvious reasons I voted for Steel Challenge. What type of match are you referring to as an "Outlaw Steel Match" surely you're not talking about using official Steel Challenge stages and rules, right?
  13. 1 - Our primary focus are times recorded at WSSC. If there's insufficient data for a division we may expand to other major matches to get a feel for how competitors are doing or simply decide not to make any adjustments due to insufficient data. We don't just look at times though. We also look at who shot those times. It makes zero sense to adjust a PST for a division if only one or two people are shooting faster than the actual PST. 2 - We do a number of different calculations using actual math. We certainly don't just pluck some number out of the air and use that. A lot of work goes into the review and our recommendations to Mike and the senior USPSA staff.
  14. Chris Barrett is no longer part of the under 18 crowd I like your way of thinking though!
  15. Generally speaking that's true; however, we do look for those times that need to be increased instead of decreased. We are currently doing our annual deep dive into the data right now.
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