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Post by brdrgrd Sat Feb 12, 2022 10:21 am

When I started shooting bullseye back in the late 70's, the classification breakdown was down by average numbers (ie: 0-185 = marksman).

Is there anywhere I can get that breakdown? Everything I see is percentages.

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Post by james r chapman Sat Feb 12, 2022 11:40 am

NRA PRECISION PISTOL RULEBOOK

Believe this is most current.

See page 50

You just have to do the math.

Using fingers, calculator, abacus


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Post by james r chapman Sat Feb 12, 2022 11:44 am

Not to be confused with

CMP RULES
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Post by NukeMMC Sat Feb 12, 2022 11:50 am

Straight from NRA Rules [url=https://competitions.nra.org/media/8365/nra-precision-pistol-rules.pdf](https://competitions.nra.org/media/8365/nra-precision-pistol-rules.pdf)[/url]:
Classification is based on your percentage during a fired match.  There are many different match formats in which to get your classification:
19.4 Matches Used for Individual Classification - Scores to be used for classification and reclassification will be those fired in individual and team matches in both indoor and outdoor NRA Competition as defined in Rule 1.6 (except Postal Matches) over the following courses of fire and under the indicated conditions: 
(a) National Match Course. 
(b) NRA Short Course. 
(c) National Match Gallery Course (50 feet or 20 yards). 
(d)  Any component part of these courses when fired as single stage events. 
Scores fired indoors are used to establish indoor classification. 
Scores fired outdoors are used to establish outdoor classification.
Scores from Sanctioned  Leagues  may  be used during the  league  firing season in Score Record Books (Rule 19.14), but will only be used  by  the NRA  Headquarters office at the end of  the league firing season for issue of Official Classification Cards.

Classification is based on these percentile averages:
19.15 Individual Class  Averages  - Competitors will be classified as follows and NRA Classification Cards issued accordingly:
 TABLE II - INDIVIDUAL 
High Master  ........................................................97.00 and above 
Master  ....................................................................95.00 to 96.99 
Expert .....................................................................90.00 to 94.99 
Sharpshooter  ..........................................................85.00 to 89.99 
Marksman  .................................................................Below 85.00
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Post by james r chapman Sat Feb 12, 2022 12:59 pm

that's the old book. but, those percentiles are the same.
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Post by msmith44 Wed Feb 16, 2022 12:16 pm

NukeMMC wrote:

Classification is based on these percentile averages:
19.15 Individual Class  Averages  - Competitors will be classified as follows and NRA Classification Cards issued accordingly:
 TABLE II - INDIVIDUAL 
High Master  ........................................................97.00 and above 
Master  ....................................................................95.00 to 96.99 
Expert .....................................................................90.00 to 94.99 
Sharpshooter  ..........................................................85.00 to 89.99 
Marksman  .................................................................Below 85.00
The numbers in 19.15 are a percentage not a "percentile." They are very different statistical measures.

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