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AA27AA pin - How many targets needed? Neil?

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  1. Neil Winston

    Neil Winston Well-Known Member

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    Same as the Men's team, just as Shawn says.

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  2. speer130

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    The requirement is 3000 singles, 2000 handicap, and 1500 doubles,
     
  3. speer130

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    I was wrong on Handicap it is 2500.
     
  4. shot410ga

    shot410ga Well-Known Member

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    I don't think anything is required, other than making the average or yardage to get there. To get to AA27AA you just need enough targets in the 1000 target review to be classifed as a AA and win enought to be on the 27.
     
  5. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    Mr. Winston. When are we going to see a AAA27AAA pin? The only thing the ATA has to offer the competitive shooter is recognition and I think one should be given, regardless of how few are eligable.
     
  6. speer130

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    Just to confirm that the ATA office said the requirements are 3000 Singles, 2000 handicap, and 1000 doubles. The shooter must be on the 27 through October when the AA-27-AA shooters are determined. Thank you FlaLagarto.
     
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    From Trap & Field:

    To earn an ATA AA-27-AA pin, shooters must have year-end AA averages in both singles and doubles (see III.D. "FIVE CLASSES" sections of the ATA Rule book). The averages used to determine AA-27-AA recipients are those listed in the current Average Book.

    Recipients must be on the 27-yard line at the end of the target season, and they must have maintained an average high enough to avoid computer-generated yardage reductions. Minimum target requirements:

    Men - 3,000 singles, 2,000 handicap, 1,000 doubles

    Women and juniors - 2,500 singles, 1,500 handicap, 750 doubles

    Sub-juniors, veterans, and senior veterans - 2,000 singles, 1,000 handicap, and 300 doubles

    Pins are given on a one-time basis. The awards are generated by the ATA office at the end of each target year; shooters do not have to initiate the action in order to receive a pin.
     
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