First of all I just want to state that I'm not complaining but just trying to understand how it works. I'm new to ATA and joined and shot my firt ATA shoot a little over a month ago. When I signed up I was put in B class and was told I would stay there until I shot 500 registered targets and then I would be re classified. That day I shot a 95 in singles and a 88 (I think) in handicap. My next shoot was last weekend and when I signed up they moved me to A class even though I haven't shot 500 register targets yet. I asked the guy and he said even with just one score of a 95 it shows known ability and he is moving me up. Is this right? Is it just up to the belief of the one guy who is signing you up at each shoot and the next shoot to what a different guys believes you ought to be classified? Thanks Huntinandhotrods!!