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Class question, multiple classes?

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Sorry for the newbie question. Can you be in A Class in OPEN, and B Class in LIMITED? Or something like that?

 

Or if you're in A Class, you're in A Class across the board?

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I think it's per division

Don't have a rule book with me

Down load the rule book and check

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The USPSA rule book is mute on this but I believe that once you are a Master, you are automatically bumped to A for your remaining divisions. Once you make GM, you are an M in the other divisions. Otherwise, you are classified at whichever class you make for individual divisions.

 

**Sorry, I just noticed this was in ICORE rules.**

Edited by Mcfoto

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One class lower than your highest class.  Once you have a classification in one division you won't get a classification in the other divisions until you have 4 classifiers on record for that division.   It won't matter what the actual percentage is in those divisions as you can only be one class lower than your highest.

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Found it in the Policies and Procedures:

 

1.3.3. Only One Grade Level Difference Allowed Between Divisions Effective 1 May 2010, a member shall be allowed only one (1) grade difference between the high and low classification assigned or earned. Classifications that are two (2) or more grades below the highest Division shall be adjusted upward to meet the one (1) grade limit.

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