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    3RD ANNUAL MOLON LABE NOVEMBER 7-9, 2008

    HOA, and Euro-class awards* based on 125 targets + finals
    * Please see bottom of page for information regarding the EuroClass
    Special Category Pay-outs: High Lady, High Junior, High Senior {Minimum 6 entries per Category-- based on 125 targets}

    This will be a USA shooting sanctioned P.T.O. to be held at the Hill Country Shooting Sports Center in Kerrville, Texas. USA Shooting requires an additional $6.00 entry fee.

    Thursday, Nov 6th Unofficial Practice Available. Call HCSSC first 830-995-5118
    12 noon until 4pm only Practice rounds are available at a reduced rate of $7.00 per round.

    Friday, Nov 7th International Skeet and Trap Preliminary (3 Regular rounds + a final)
    Registration 9am PRELIMINARY EVENT ENTRY FEE: $60.00 includes lunch
    Shoot starts 10am CASH PAY-OUTS!! HOA, and Euro-class pay-outs
    UN-REGISTERED 25% of entry fee goes into cash pot

    Saturday, Nov 8th Main Event International Skeet and Trap (first 75 of 125 targets)
    Registration 9am Registered Targets. USA Shooting requires an additional $6.00 entry fee.
    Shoot starts 10am

    Sunday, Nov 9th Main Event International Skeet and Trap (last 50 of 125 targets )
    Shoot starts 9am MAIN EVENT ENTRY FEE: $90.00 includes lunch both days
    CASH PAYOUTS!! 25% of entry fee goes into pot!
    HOA, and Euro-class payouts based on 125 targets + finals
    Special Category Awards: High Lady, High Junior, High Senior
    {Minimum 6 entries per Category} based on 125 targets
    +++ a minimum of 3 Euro-Class Finals rounds . If there are 12 shooters or more for Juniors, Seniors or Women, HCSSC mgmt reserves the right to determine if additional finals will be held}

    ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY. PRE-REGISTRATION ENCOURAGED!
    RANDOM DRAWING FOR A FLAT OF SHELLS FOR ONLINE PRE-PAID REGISTRANTS ONLY!

    http://www.iclays.com/cgi-bin/tournament_signup.cgi?tournament_id=249

    RULES: All USA Shooting rules apply. HCSSC range rules also apply.
    All entrants must show proof of current USA Shooting membership

    CONTACT: Jack Burch, Match Director or Deborah Barney, Event Coordinator
    1886 Cypress Creek Rd., Kerrville, TX 78028;
    Phone 830-995-5118; fax 830-995-2169;
    Email info@hillcountryshootingsports.com
    Directions to the club and other information available on our website: www.hillcountryshootingsports.com

    (Note: Management reserves the right to make changes without notice)



    The Euro Class System
    by Maxey Brantley


    The Euro Class System is a system using the scores fired by competitors during the tournament to classify each shooter into one of three classifications, Class A, Class B, or Class C. It allows shooters of different shooting Associations with dissimilar classification systems, new shooters and seasoned competitors alike to compete equitably with each other, based on their performance during the competition.

    The Euro Class System allows Match Directors to predict the number of entries and determine an equitable awards program for all shooters, based on the number of projected participants, rather than a number of projected participants with an unknown distribution of “official” classifications. The Euro Class System allows shooters to be competitive for awards regardless of their performance during the match. The system makes it difficult for any shooter to attempt to assure him/herself a lower classification than their ability would normally dictate. Shooters having a bad match, or wishing to try new equipment or techniques are still competitive for awards. It precludes new shooters from being classified into a higher classification until a prescribed number of targets are fired to determine an “official” classification. It also negates the practice of combining shooters in “official” classes, AA and A, B and C, D and E, etc


    (Note: Management reserves the right to make changes without notice)
     
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