a list of the easiest classifiers - uspsa classifier scores - brian enos's forums... maku mozo!

a list of the easiest classifiers - uspsa classifier scores - brian enos's forums... maku mozo!

Let's start a list of the easiest classifiers out there. What I mean by that, is which ones are easiest to get a good hf on. I'll start, and then edit this post as we go along, adding the entries. This should get a good discussion going. TIA!

CM99-39 Off Balance Blast -- I wouldn't say that this classifier is easy to shoot...but it seems easy to get a good high score on it! This seems to be one of those classifier where you shoot it....your run doesn't feel that great...yet later when you get the results....they look pretty good!

Re CM 99-54, as you noted back in February in another thread, this is a classifier that doesn't seem to be shot very often but the times are generous and with care percentages well above 80 are quite easy to achieve even for B class shooters.

These are for Open. Limited's easy/hard are somewhat different. Note that these have nothing to do with the actual difficulty of the shooting, it's only what national percentages have been scored on them:

I have to agree with shred on this one. I think 99-32 is the easiest I have shot, as long as you can condition yourself to not go to fast, and get good hits. Also like off balance blast, as I am still of good knees, and can move through it pretty quickly.

Hmmm...I know we aren't supposed to divulge HHFs but I am confused. Based on the latest info that I have the HHF for CM99-32 is indeed the same for Open, Limited and L10 with all A hits in the alloted time. What gives???

Looks like ALL timed fire stages are based solely on percentage of max points available, regardless of division, which makes little to no sense. MAYBE there have been a few perfect scores on Tuff Enough Stds, but I doubt it given the amount of A zone covered on some of the targets.

99-49 Speedy Standards. I've always shot this one well. Thanks to a timer malfunction, I got a practice run on it a few months ago. I managed 84 or 86 points in 11.94 on the re-shoot, good enough for 73% --- my first classifier score to break 70.

uspsa matches 2021 houghton lake sportsmens club

uspsa matches 2021 houghton lake sportsmens club

In February of2016 the Houghton Lake Sportsmens Clubbecame affiliated with thethe United States Practical Shooting Association and is nowequippedto hold sanctioned matches at our outdoor rangefacilities.

USPSA is a nationwide organization that was founded in 1976 and evolved from basic combat shooting matches throughout the southwest into thewide array multiplefirearms divisions and competitions throughout the United States. The organization boasts a membership roster of more that 25,000 and is affiliated with over 400 local clubsin all 50 States.

The HLSC isone of several other clubs in Michigan that is proud to beaffiliated with the USPSA organization.Our website is linked to the National USPSA website (Michigan Section) whichis accessible to the entire nation. For more information and details you may click onto the email link shown below. Clubmemberswho will be participating in these matches have taken the nickname ofThe Houghton Lake Popper Plinkers.

We have scheduled the 2021matches that areheldonce a monthduring the Spring, Summer and Fall Seasons with the first match beginning in April. We welcomecompetitors from our surrounding area, nationwideand Canada to these monthly matches.

The match format is similar to that of ourAction Pistol leaguein which shooters are required to analyze the course stages,draw from holster,reload andnegotiate the courseobstacles while moving andshooting from target to target.Competitors must be able to cope with and correct firearm malfunctions quickly and efficiently during the course of firewhile still maintaining safe gun handling rules and procedures. USPSA scoring isdoneon a points per secondsystem to achieve a hit factor. Three elements are taken into consideration to achieve a hit factor speed, power and accuracy. We will have up to 8 stages set up for these competition matches on ourOutdoor Ranges.

bump to open - uspsa/ipsc rules - brian enos's forums... maku mozo!

bump to open - uspsa/ipsc rules - brian enos's forums... maku mozo!

6.2.5.1 However, if a competitor fails to satisfy the equipment or other requirements of a declared Division during a course of fire, the competitor will be placed in Open Division, if available, other-wise the competitor will shoot the match for no score.

They'd be in whatever class they're currently classified in Open, otherwise U if no present class. (Nospecific additional rule, just the regular classification rules. You can't make up a class for someone, there's no rule for that.)

Correct. You have to have shot enough classifiers with a revolver (whether you tanked them or not) to be classified. If you are a GM in Open, but tanked those classifiers so bad that you would be a D in Revo, it won't fly. Once classified in a division, you can only be classified 1 step below your highest classification....So, a GM in open can shoot D class scores in Revo, but he will still be classified as a Master...if you are't classified, you aren't classified...

I don't need to be classified in open to look at the open results (if i'm dumb enough to get bumped to open) and judge how I shot against other people who didn't practice enough to be classified higher.

Could you see yourself caring about class results, as you're making the climb with friends of yours? Could you see yourself caring even a tiny bit if bragging rights or dinner were on the line? For the most part, I've only cared about comparing my performance to my prior performance -- but during the two periods where this was the most fun, I was battling two different sets of friends for dominance of first C class in Production, and later for B class,

Could you see yourself caring about class results, as you're making the climb with friends of yours? Could you see yourself caring even a tiny bit if bragging rights or dinner were on the line? For the most part, I've only cared about comparing my performance to my prior performance -- but during the two periods where this was the most fun, I was battling two different sets of friends for dominance of first C class in Production, and later for B class,

Me personally? No, I couldn't see myself caring about class results. As I've been making that climb over the last few years, I have been competing for bragging rights against friends in different classes and even different divisions. Classification often lags behind match performance, so at times, the talent has been spread from B all the way to GM.

I do very much enjoy competing against friends, especially since they are also working hard to improve, but I don't much care what class they are in. Well, maybe a little. I do sometimes bust a few chops when I beat the M and GM guys.

The thing about class wins at major matches is the check that comes with it. You guys talked about Todd Jarrett earlier...remember he is a pro and his income is affected by his performance. Competing as unclassified is taking money out of his pocket. Typically they all compete as GMs, so it's not a huge thing, but why risk it?

19 series classifiers? - uspsa/ipsc shooting - brian enos's forums... maku mozo!

19 series classifiers? - uspsa/ipsc shooting - brian enos's forums... maku mozo!

Looks like at least a couple of stages are repeatedfrom Hi to Lo Cap Nationals... I seeLo/Hi'er Love Lo/Hi Cost of Living and same round counts. I wonder if these are going to be the new 2019 Classifiers... Both werevery high HF (9-10)and that's considering that the top shooters were not pushing things to the limit at the match.

USPSA did confirm on social media that there will be a few new classifiers. Personally, i thought they were excellent additions. I liked that they aregetting away from the Virginia count, havemovement and even options for solving them.

Short & Medium courses for Nationals 2019 were so so so so so much better than 2018. IMO the only classifier that is worth keeping from the 18 series is 18-09 and MAYBE 18-07 (18-05 asks for too much in building the stage & resetting it after each shooter, for 80 points, and could cause a match to back up) - the rest should be thrown out.

Looks like the new formula used to determine HHFs is the average of top 10 performers at the 2019 Nationals, unlike the last year 95% of the top 10 average. Maybe to avoid the mid season HHF adjustment later? IDK...

Looks like the new formula used to determine HHFs is the average of top 10 performers at the 2019 Nationals, unlike the last year 95% of the top 10 average. Maybe to avoid the mid season HHF adjustment later? IDK...

Looks like the new formula used to determine HHFs is the average of top 10 performers at the 2019 Nationals, unlike the last year 95% of the top 10 average. Maybe to avoid the mid season HHF adjustment later? IDK...

If the goal post keeps moving to make X class, but theres nothing in place to keep classescurrent with that, then is someone that made X class 5 yrs ago still that class? It seems almost impossible to get bumped down via the petition route. Id guess 80% of shooters dont continue to get better past acertain level. So, how can they keep the classifications the same?

The links were straight from the main site -https://uspsa.org/classifiers/ This morning, when i posted this, the newclassifiers were listed there, in the online calculatorand in mobile app.In app the links to diagrams and WSB were not working, one of the classifiers in the online calculator was not selectable in the drop down.

I am guessing theyare still working out the functionality of the web app - must have been a late night launch, not fully tested.... they'll sort it out shortly, i am sure. But the classifier scores from the 2019 Nationals are liveand classification system ran this morning, recognizing and calculatingthem.

Easier to get a high score because there is not much data or easier technical skill wise? I looked at some of the results, folks from B to GM levels and seems that generally people performed to their level - both their classifier percentage and match result wise.

Easier to get a high score because there is not much data or easier technical skill wise? I looked at some of the results, folks from B to GM levels and seems that generally people performed to their level - both their classifier percentage and match result wise.

Easier to get a high score. When classifiers are new and based on match performance at majors, the HF is lower. There is much less data, and people have not yet had the opportunity to hero-or-zero at a club match.

Easier to get a high score because there is not much data or easier technical skill wise? I looked at some of the results, folks from B to GM levels and seems that generally people performed to their level - both their classifier percentage and match result wise.

Easier to get a high score. When classifiers are new and based on match performance at majors, the HF is lower. There is much less data, and people have not yet had the opportunity to hero-or-zero at a club match.

oh for sure. I am thinking maybe they are choosingto make 19 series HHF just a bit harder this time? 100%of the top 10 average in 2019 vs 95% in 2018 - perhaps to avoid a drastic adjustment mid season aftereveryone has beenrunning the 19 series,like they did with 18 series last year? IDK

Also worth noting is that 19 series HHFs are different between CO and Production. Prior to 19 series CO mirrored Production. Maybe because 19 series classifiers are 12 or 14 shots with no mandatory reload, so a larger magazine gives an advantage.

I'll note---no matter what, you can always go to the USPSA website, go to your classification record, then click on the little calculator-looking thing on the right. It is a classifier calculator, and you can use it for all classifiers and all divisions.

uspsa classifiers pdf - xpcourse

uspsa classifiers pdf - xpcourse

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february | 2020 | south mississippi practical shooting

february | 2020 | south mississippi practical shooting

Im writing this in response to a post by John Hoffman on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/GCUSPSA/permalink/2212067592229505/), who made a simple request of his match shooters. I started responding there with a comment, but I quickly realized I would get the TL;DR (too long; didnt read) tag very quickly. So, I took it to a more appropriate place. If you got here from that FB post, thank you for checking this out.

Johns request was that anyone who registers for any of Tangis matches through PractiScore should also withdraw THROUGH PractiScore if they are no longer able to attend the match. I wanted to offer my perspective as a long-time match director. And the TL;DR tag doesnt apply here.

After being off for two months, it felt good to be back on the range again in Biloxi. It was a classifier match today and we got to shoot the four new USPSA classifiers that were recently released, plus an oldie from 1999. They all had required movement, no mandatory reloads, and no strong or weak hand shooting. Each was just a small field course. They were fun, but challenging. The new direction USPSA has taken with classifiers is a welcome change from the somewhat tired stand, shoot, reload, shoot type of stages that we have endured for so many years. The older ones tested many skills necessary to be successful, but often seemed to emphasize draws and reloads more than just moving and shooting. The more recent classifiers that have been tested at the two previous Nationals events are just like any 12-14 round stage you would see at a local match. They are harder to set up correctly, but they are definitely worth the effort.

It was barely above freezing when the setup team started arriving at the range this morning, but by the time we started, it had warmed up nicely and ended up being a really nice day. Since the minimum round count for the 5 classifiers was only 62, the match was done in record time with the final squad finishing around 11:30. We were packed up and ready to go before Noon.

With so many classifiers in one match, lots of folks took advantage of the chance to get a classification in a new division. Almost half of the shooters shot as U class today, and most will end up with their first classification for the particular division they chose. The others, well, they were hell bent on movin on up to the next level. I dont know yet if anyone was able to improve their current ranking, as these stages were fairly challenging to shoot for a high score. With the High Hit Factors indicating that most shooters needed mid-single digit times to even be in the hunt for a good score, it was imperative to do everything sooner. Even a second was costly to your score today.

Registration is open and slots are available for this months USPSA match, presented by the Deep South Shooters Association. The match will take place at the Coast Rifle and Pistol Club in Biloxi on February 23, 2020. Shooting begins at 9 AM. Please arrive no later than 8:30 AM to check in and pay, but earlier is always better.

After a difficult few months of crappy weather for the South Mississippi matches, we managed to get one in at Poplarville today. The turnout was a bit sparse, and it was reported that at least one pre-registered shooter had come down with the Corona virus (not the Chinese one). However, there were 26 shooters who got to enjoy some really fun stages today. When people want to shoot your stages again after the match just to see what the best way to do something is, then you have done well. This happened with two of them today.

The five stages didnt offer particularly huge round counts, but they presented some interesting shooting problems to solve. The exercise known as Formal Portrait really pushed the shooter to demonstrate the fundamentals that are so important to this sport. Some did and some stumbled. The all-steel stage known as Wait For It was probably the one where you really had to shoot it both ways to see which was better. As we all know, consistency beats a smokin hot run followed by a spectacular melt-down any day. It came down to being best in speed and accuracy, as Read more

What more could you have asked for today? Great weather (really great), great stages (by popular vote), great competitors (just ask em), and most of all, a great time being with your friends in the great outdoors. Yep, it was great.

Twenty shooters came to Poplarville today to test themselves and they responded. Not everyone could be a winner today, but I think everyone came away with the feeling that watching the Super Bowl later on tonight would only be a letdown, compared to what they took home from todays match.

Of course, someone always wins, and today, it was that someone we have come to 1) fear as a competitor, 2) respect as a shooter, and 3) appreciate as a friend. Once again, the match belongs to Read more

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