IMPORTANT***READ THIS BEFORE
YOU CHECK YOUR SCORES.
There are different rules for shooters in the centerfire matches and also
in the .22 Pistol matches. Keep in mind that the "Overall" scores are
always posted in the "Big Matches", and our local matches follow that
same pattern. But, the overall listing is only meant to viewed with a
grain of salt. The overall results combine all the divisions together,
but are only part of the weight in the winners of the match.
results are the real comparison models. The division results show the
results within each specific division of pistols. You may be the highest or the lowest
score in overall, but a single stack division cannot be expected to
compete against an "open" shooter. Therefore, go to the division page to
see how you performed against other shooters in your same division.
The individual stage
results are similar to the overall results. However, unlike the
"Division" results, they are not broken down into individual divisions
and classes. So, for example, you are the only shooter in single stack,
and your score is lowest in overall, you are still the winner of the
single stack division. Make any sense to you? If not...don't get
frustrated about a low score...give us a call or email and we will work
to explain the scoring procedure and posting to you. If you want to beat
the open shooters with the highest score, then you will need to use an
open division firearm and beat everyone in that division.
Scoring Errors: Scores are recorded
by hand and then reentered into a spreadsheet for sorting and preparing
for final formatting, entering into the website application and finally
publishing to the club's website. To accomplish all the steps takes
several man-hours by volunteers. As such, unfortunately an error is always possible. TSC matches are not for
prizes or money. Therefore, if an error does make it to the website, it
will not be corrected. We hope all shooters can live with this policy.
We will apologize for the error if verified and Paul promises to give a
kiss on the cheek in appreciation for your understanding.