MN3GG Pro-Am Match – June 21, 2020 at FLSC

MN3GG Pro-Am Match – June 21, 2020

Pro-Am Style event at the Forest Lake Sportsmen’s Club.  5 stages with par times.  Match fee is $30.  Sponsors are coming on board so there will be a limited prizes to be handed out.

Due to the current government orders with the COVID-19, the match will be limited to 50 shooters total. We have opened up pre-registration at https://clubs.practiscore.com/mn3gg-pro-am-match-june-21-2020/register. We will not guarantee shooter slots for any walk-up shooters. Please pre-register to guarantee a slot. Once the match is full, a waitlist will automatically start.

SCORING

  • Steel target must be downed to be scored as a hit. Steel targets that turn due to an edge hit but remains on the target stand will not be scored as a hit of a stage failure.
  • Static steel targets must have a visible hit to be scored as a downed target. All static steel targets will be painted before each run.
  • Paper targets will require 1 A-Zone hits or two hits anywhere inside the scoring perforation to be scored as a downed target.
  • The RAW SCORE is the number of targets down on a stage after the competitor has fired his or her last shot.
  • The competitor’s STAGE SCORE is the RAW SCORE minus any applicable penalties.
  • The competitor’s MATCH SCORE is the combined total of all STAGE SCORES.
  • The competitor with the highest MATCH SCORE is the winner.
  • In the event of a MATCH SCORE tie, the fastest total time will determine the winner.

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Safety regulations will be based on the most current USPSA Rule Book.
  • Since there is no minimum power factor, steel that is left standing will not count for RAW SCORE whether it was hit or not.
  • In the event of natural acts of weather and the steel falls from high winds and not from being shot during a competitor shooting a stage, the competitor is required to reshoot the stage.
  • No part of the competitor’s feet may touch the ground outside of the shooting area to be considered “inside the shooting area”.
  • Stages that have a caution tape to separate arrays of steel will be treated as walls; competitors may not shoot under, over or through caution tape.
  • All walls go from ground to infinity, unless otherwise stated in the stage walkthrough.

PRO vs AM

  • Shooters will either register as a PRO (Professional) or AM (Amatuer).
  • It’s up to the shooter to register as a PRO or AM, but the common accepted guidelines for a PRO is any shooter who is a sponsored shooter or represents a company, or any shooter who regularly finishes on the top 10 percent of a major match.
  • There is no enforcement of which the shooter registers as.

EQUIPMENT

  • Limited
    • Any pistol legal in USPSA Limited/L10/Production/Single Stack or IDPA
    • Minimum caliber is 9×19 v Maximum of 10 rounds loaded in any magazine AFTER THE START SIGNAL
    • Power Factor – NONE, but STEEL MUST FALL TO SCORE (125PF or higher recommended) Ammo must not exceed 1,550 Feet Per Second.
  • Open
    • Any pistol legal in USPSA Open Division
    • Minimum caliber 9×19 v Maximum of 10 rounds in any magazine AFTER THE START SIGNAL
    • Power Factor – NONE, but STEEL MUST FALL TO SCORE (125PF or higher recommended) Ammo must not exceed 1,550 Feet Per Second.
  • PCC
    • Any Pistol Caliber Carbine legal in USPSA PCC Division
    • Suppressors/Silencers are not allowed
    • Minimum Caliber is 9×19 v Maximum of 10 rounds in any magazine AFTER THE START SIGNAL
    • No Rifle Calibers Allowed
    • Power Factor – NONE, but STEEL MUST FALL TO SCORE (125PF or higher recommended) Ammo must not exceed 1,550 Feet Per Second velocity.
  • Holsters/Belt/Mag Pouches
    • Any holster that safely retains the pistol and covers the trigger/trigger guard is legal, i.e. any USPSA or IDPA legal holster, belt, pouches, etc.
    • No shoulder or cross-draw holsters allowed.
    • Mag pouches may be placed anywhere on belt.

PENALTIES

  • Par Time Stages.
  • An OVERTIME SHOT is any shot that is fired more than 0.30 seconds over the PAR TIME of the stage.
  • Each OVERTIME SHOT will incur a one-hit penalty from the RAW SCORE, whether it is a hit or a miss.
  • Each SHOT fired while committing a foot fault will incur a one-hit penalty from the RAW SCORE, whether it is a hit or a miss.
  • Any HIT(S) fired from an illegal position (for example: white targets from a blue box) will not count towards the competitor’s STAGE SCORE. MISSES fired from said position will not incur penalties, unless they are OVERTIME SHOTS or FOOT FAULTS.
  • Any competitor who fires more shots than the allowed number of rounds in the magazine between reloads will receive a score of ZERO on the stage.
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