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We have a small group that shoot weekly indoors. Simple divisions of Center Fire, Rim Fire, Rifle (iron sights) shooting at 5 targets at various distances. You give yourself a handy cap that is added to your score. High score in each division wins. Cash is paid out to top 3 places. 

Not wanting to reinvent the wheel, I am looking excel spread sheet or data base to help with scoring, entrants, results and historical data. I can modify something to meet our needs, I just need a good base to start with. PratiScore is overkill and not much chance I could adjust it to meed our needs. 

If in your adventures when first starting out you used something, or know of something simple we could use please let me know.

Thanks

 

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You could use PractiScore...
Depending on what/how you score I’m sure there is a match type that would work for you...

You could make the handicap a penalty or time add. Just depends on how you score it..

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7 hours ago, kyguy said:

... PratiScore is overkill and not much chance I could adjust it to meed our needs. ...

 

 

What exactly are your needs?

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From the original description - NRA Action match template in PractiScore can be used as a starting point. Then customize targets as your event requires. Then reuse customizations for next events.

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If you’re scoring and not using PractiScore you’re not doing t the easy way. 

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I loaded a copy of PractiScore to my I Phone and my Desk top PC and trying to understand how to use it. It is all simple when you know how. But I an just starting. I tried to find the NRA Action match template in PractiScore as mentioned above but could not find it. Is it listed under another name or is it a template that need to be downloaded.

Thanks to all for your advice.

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1 minute ago, kyguy said:

I loaded a copy of PractiScore to my I Phone and my Desk top PC and trying to understand how to use it. It is all simple when you know how. But I an just starting. I tried to find the NRA Action match template in PractiScore as mentioned above but could not find it. Is it listed under another name or is it a template that need to be downloaded.

Thanks to all for your advice.

(I only have the Android version 1.5.19 available right now, iOs should be similar)

At the top of the main menu, click "change" up near the match name.

At the top of the match list screen, click "add"

This will bring up the match type list. Scroll down to NRA Action. On my phone, it is next to last.

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21 hours ago, kyguy said:

I loaded a copy of PractiScore to my I Phone and my Desk top PC and trying to understand how to use it. It is all simple when you know how. But I an just starting. I tried to find the NRA Action match template in PractiScore as mentioned above but could not find it. Is it listed under another name or is it a template that need to be downloaded.

Thanks to all for your advice.

 

There are few videos on Youtube. Mostly for USPSA/IDPA, but they walk you trough creating a match  and stages. There are also ones for iOS app. You need to go to the match list and create new match - that's where you select a "template" (or type) for a new match 

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Thanks euxx and everyone else. I found the template when I created a new match. I will re-watch some of the Youtube videos to help me understand how it all works together. You all have been very helpful. Thanks again.

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For the record. I have nothing to do with PractiScore app for iOS... :D

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