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18-04 don't you send the mailman - uspsa classifier scores - brian enos's forums... maku mozo!

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I shot this the 3 times at Nats and then for the first time again today at Area 59. 5.8577HF for a 99.0664% in Production. 4.78 Seconds and 5-A 1-C. Pretty decent test of your confidence. My C was on one of the back targets.

Same here. I find it amusing that a shooter will show up at a match without enough mag pouches shootinga high point yet they have a camera on their hat they have to dink around with after MAKE READY. They also tend to have the flip and catch perfected as well.

I liked it... It's an interesting stage for PCC because the way it's written, I think it encourages people to make some mistakes. Start position is loaded and pointing down range... so people are tempted to go ahead and sight in on the target. That would be fine other than the fact that you need to move in order to enter the shooting area so your dot is moving very unpredictability. Just start pointing low down range so you can bring the muzzle up in a more predictable fashion, which is faster.

After 17 years off after leaving the sport with a B Open class I came back as a Production shooter with this as my first classifier,shot it last of 6 stages with a GSSF Stock Glock 34 and factory Blazer 115s

First off, my old knees don't allow for jumping right up from a chair. SOOO, I devised a plan to hold the pcc at my shoulder with one hand and use the off hand on my knee to help push myself up off the chair. I was so concentrating on that that I threw a round into the no shoot and instinctively added a makeup round. Well that totally blew my feeble mind and I immediately proceeded to shoot the other two targets without the reload.

First off, my old knees don't allow for jumping right up from a chair. SOOO, I devised a plan to hold the pcc at my shoulder with one hand and use the off hand on my knee to help push myself up off the chair. I was so concentrating on that that I threw a round into the no shoot and instinctively added a makeup round. Well that totally blew my feeble mind and I immediately proceeded to shoot the other two targets without the reload.

This one is shows the disparity between different classifiers IMO. I'd say this one is pretty easy. It hasn't been shot a ton and most of the data is probably from Nats. Which, is going to be different than the info you get from a couple years of shooting it a club matches.

After not shooting for several months I finally went to a match yesterday this was the classifier. I had shot basically like crap all day, but shot probably my best classifier score ever on this one.

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classifiers from 2018 nationals are official? - uspsa classifier scores - brian enos's forums... maku mozo!

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9 classifiers plus the match counting as a classifier? Considering, the match importance, I'm guessing anyone that was hiding in lower classes probably getting bumped. And anyone trying to get bumped, probably having their precentage going down.

I just did some basic calculations on the 100% hit factor listed on USPSA vs real match results from the nationals and its looking like they averaged the hit factors for the top 10 shooters for each division to come up with the initial 100% hit factors. I can see most of these getting blown out of the water with 110% - 120% runs when people go for broke at local matches. This is an interesting contrast to all of the old classifiers 100% hit factors being bumped up to nearly unobtainable levels for most GM's.

I just did some basic calculations on the 100% hit factor listed on USPSA vs real match results from the nationals and its looking like they took they averaged the hit factors for the top 10 shooters for each division to come up with the initial 100% hit factors. I can see most of these getting blown out of the water with 110% - 120% runs when people go for broke at local matches. This is an interesting contrast to all of the old classifiers 100% hit factors being bumped up to nearly unobtainable levels for most GM's.

I no longer have a range, and definitely not one where anyone would listen to my requests. And sides, the sinking pit in my stomach was correct. Once the nats classifiers hit this morning i lost 3 gm scores to be replaced with m and a scores. Dumb.

I do not think so, in this case we are using a rather small sample size with a even small number of high level shooters attempting each stage with even fewer of those shooters going for broke on the stage, so what we have is a average of 10 good shooters shooting the stage safely one time.

I don't know what the plan for adjusting them is or how often that will occur but I expect most of these will need to be adjusted up a bunch once people start shooting them without a championship on the line.

This is just my opinion so take it for what its worth. But I think there are several factors to consider when using the Nationals match performance on these new classifiers. The first is the reality that very few competitors with a chance of winning a National Title are going to let it all hang out on these classifiers while shooting them at the nationals. Its way too much risk to push your performance to 100% and potentially eat a miss or no shoot.This is in stark contrast to how these classifiers will be shot in local club match where the risk is minimal if you screw it up. The top shooters in the nation would likely be able to shoot these classifiers 10% - 15% better in a club match setting where they can swing for the fences and their "risk" is throwing away a $20 club match win. Versus trying to go bonkers on them at the Nationals and throwing away a national title and the thousands of dollars in expenses to attend.

The second factor to consider is that using an average of the top 10 nationals performances only lowers the achievement or performance of the stage winners. Since we know that the top shooters at the nationals will be shooting these classifiers in a slightly conservative manner, the winning stage runs are still not the potential maximum performance. Averaging the hit factors of the top 10 simply waters it down even more.

The third factor is how the high hit factors were determined and updated for all of the old classifiers. All of the old classifiers recently got their 100% hit factors readjusted based on the classifier results data from all of the years they have been shot. Which the majority of these results are coming from local club matches where shooters are swinging for the fences because the risk vs reward in that scenario makes it worth it. The old classifier run sample size is likely in the tens of thousands for each classifier stage. Where as the sample size for the new classifiers is limited to the few hundred shooters in each division at the nationals.

I understand that any time new classifiers are deployed it can be tricky in determining what the initial 100% hit factor should be. If it was up to me I would take the classifier stage winning hit factors from the nationals and add 10% to each one because we all know that people are shooting those things more conservative at the nationals verses their maximum performance potential. Deploy the classifiers to the masses for club matches and review the results for 3 - 6 months to tweak them as needed.

Doing it this way at least minimizes the Grandbagger situation that is going to happen with the current 100% hit factors USPSA has settled on. If history repeats itself these artificially low 100% hit factors will stay that way for a while before they are adjusted to where they should be. By then all of the Grandbaggers will have fully exploited the gaping hole in the classification system and changing them won't make much of a difference.

I don't understand why USPSA would water down the Classification system like that with inaccurate 100% hit factors which make it much easier to make the next level of classification. But they have done exactly that time and time again whenever something new is deployed like new classifiers or divisions. PCC is the most recent example of the classification system being completely wrong in skill rating for way too long which allowed a bunch of "B Class" pistol shooters to magically earn Master or Grand Master classifications in PCC. To make it even worse, they allowed the PCC classification to automatically bump up their pistol classifications to one level below. Now you have a "B Class" pistol shooters who exploited the classification hole in PCC to earn a GM classification there and by associated get a Master classification in all of their pistol divisions. That type of mismanagement of the classification system is what pisses people off and turns them away from the sport. Simply because they have allowed a mistake like that to water down what it takes to earn a classification in any division.

I've said it before, this is all about the money.The system is a joke. The ONLY true HHF is the one from Nationals and should be set in stone for the life of that stage; new classifiers should push out old ones, we only need about 20-30 classifiers to test the various skills. If L1 scores are allowed to alter the HHF then the system fails, as we have no way of knowing if the classifier stage was setup correctly.

Your points are all well taken, and I don't necessarily disagree with all of them. But looking at theexcerpt below from the rulebook, which was in there as long as I can remember, it seems to indicate HHFs should be based on an average. While it's not specifically mentioned there, I know I've read it was supposed to based onthe top 10 HF's for a given classifier. And that idea has some merit when you consider a crazy hero-or-zero, almost impossible to duplicate run could set the HHF while not being truly reflective of actual efforts:

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