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ATA classification?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Perazzi-Mx8, May 18, 2008.

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  1. Perazzi-Mx8

    Perazzi-Mx8 TS Member

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    Does anyone know what the averages are for each class? Like AA,A,B,C,D and doubles classes?
     
  2. phirel

    phirel TS Member

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    The guidelines are published in the rules book but any club can changed them.

    Pat Ireland
     
  3. washandwear

    washandwear Member

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    Copied from the ATA rule book.

    16s

    SIX CLASSES
    98% and over AAA
    96.25% and under 98% AA
    94.75% and under 96.25% A
    93% and under 94.75% B
    90% and under 93% C
    under 90% D
    FIVE CLASSES
    97% and over AA
    94% and under 97% A
    91% and under 94% B
    88% and under 91% C
    Under 88% D
    FOUR CLASSES
    95% and over A
    92% and under 95% B
    89% and under 92% C
    Under 89% D
    THREE CLASSES
    95% and over A
    91% and under 95% B
    Under 91% C


    Doubles
    FIVE CLASSES
    93% and over AA
    89% and under 93% A
    85% and under 89% B
    78% and under 85% C
    Under 78% D
    FOUR CLASSES
    90% and over A
    85% and under 90% B
    78% and under 85% C
    Under 78% D
    THREE CLASSES
    89% and over A
    83% and under 89% B
    Under 83% C

    4. If Shoot Management desires to use different classification it may do
    so by printing the modified classification in the program of the shoot.
    5. For better classification of shooters it is suggested that the following
    method be used.
    a. If the shooter has less than 500 targets on current year’s Average
    Card, use the previous year average and known ability.
    b. If the shooter has between 500 and 1,000 targets (inclusive) on
    his/her current year’s Average Card, use the current average and
    known ability or the previous year’s average and known ability,
    whichever is higher.
     
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