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Hello, as a new shooter (started last year) i will have my first IPSC classifiers this summer. I am therefore studying the stage set-ups, even reproducing some for dry fire practice. Classifier 69 (see attached diagram - credits: ipsc-tech.org) puzzles me as regards how to shoot it. Stage begins with 3 far open targets, 23 meters/75 feet, to be engaged from position A 'with a minimum of two round each', then reload and proceed to position B, same string, and so forth up to position D. Total rounds to be scored is 8 per target. Based on my skill level, sho
I started this sport a little late in life at 49, and now 5 years into it, I can see why they set the age for senior at 55. I can definitely feel old age starting to creep up… Honestly, I always thought it would be great to make Master I but never really thought it would be possible. Last year I made production A class and spent a day and a half with Shannon Smith, and I think reaching Master just may be possible. Although, the recent updates to the classifier high hit factors really hurts… I know it’s generally not recommended, but I’ve started shooting classifiers a lot in prac
To get classified you need to have 4 on record, but as you accumulate more it averages your best 6. So when I shoot a 'classifier match' I have 6 classifiers submitted. USPSA takes the best 4 and gives a Classification. But then a week later the run the update and average the 6 and my % Drops but the Classification remains the same. Does that seem silly to anyone? Its happened to me were my percentage is a C but my class is a B. And another guy I shoot with mentioned the same thing happened to him. In my simple 8 round brain, if its a classifier match and I have 6 scores ente