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Not a dumb question, it does actually mean something and I didn't know this when I started:

'A' - Annual Member

'TY' - Three Year Member

'L' - Life Member

They may be others but I'm not really awake yet and can't remember...... :closedeyes::D

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Not a dumb question, it does actually mean something and I didn't know this when I started:

'A' - Annual Member

'TY' - Three Year Member

'L' - Life Member

They may be others but I'm not really awake yet and can't remember...... :closedeyes::D

"B" - Benefactor

FY = five year and then there are the foreign prefixes FA = Foreign Annual etc.

Jim

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The complete list:

  • A - Annual
  • B - Benefactor
  • CA - Charter Annual
  • CAL - Charter Annual Life - CA members who have converted to Life members. This allows CA members to upgrade to life without losing a "super cool" member number
  • CL - Charter Life
  • F - Foreign
  • FL - Foreign Life
  • FY - Five Year
  • FYF - Five Year Foreign
  • HCL - Honorary Chairman Life, issued to Colonel Jeff Cooper
  • L - Life
  • RD - Regional Director - USPSA President the get an RD number and get to keep it for the remainder of their life membership.
  • S - Sponsor - Not sure of the details - there is one member with an "S" number
  • TY - Three Year
  • TYF - Three Year Foreign

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What happens to the numbers when someone does not renew their membership? Can you get an old number back?

I got my origional USPSA # in 1992 I did not shoot USPSA for over 12 years and renewed and kept my old # TY18956

But it is imbarasing when I go to a shoot and shoot so slow.

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I was sort of disapointed I lost my old number. I had a fairly low number by today's standards, and had it memorized.

I went from a16577 to l2902. I would have been perfectly happy with it l16577.

Blah, oh well. Thats one bill I don't ever have to pay again is how I look at it.

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If you "upgrade" from an annual "A" to a three year "TY" does your number stay the same...TY to L?

Thanks in advance!

Anual to three year or to five year, your number stays the same. You will get a new number when you upgrade to life.

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Guess I'll be upgrading to CAL.

I checked the database for the count on some of the interesting prefixes. These counts are for ALL members, not just those with current memberships.

CA - 56

CL - 138

CAL - 1

B - 33

RD - 4

S - 1

I suggest you call Dave Thomas just to confirm CAL stands for what I think it does (I'm reasonably sure it does, however, I was shocked to find only one CAL number in the database).

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Can you actually update your membership and pay your dues online?

I couldn't figure out how to do that???

-Cuz.

Cancel that. I knew I'd find it right after I posted this message.

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