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  • The USPSA Classification System – Black Scorpion Outdoor
    The USPSA Classification System – Black Scorpion Outdoor

    Feb 04, 2021 B Class. 60 to 74.9%. C Class. 40 to 59.9%. D Class. Below 40%. Your percentage is based on your scores as they relate the average high scores on file for a particular course of fire. To receive an initial classification, a member needs to have at least four unduplicated scores in the USPSA classification database

  • Welcome to USPSA
    Welcome to USPSA

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  • Classifier Percentage - USPSA/IPSC Rules - Brian
    Classifier Percentage - USPSA/IPSC Rules - Brian

    Jun 27, 2020 To get classifier percent, your hit factor is divided by high hit factor for this classifier and division. The way USPSA determines high hit factor is not completely disclosed. For 19 series classifiers, it's the average of the top 10 results shot at 2019 Nationals where those stages were first introduced (except for Revolver, where they average fewer)

  • USPSA Competition Rules - MCARBO
    USPSA Competition Rules - MCARBO

    from affecting your classification percentage, scores that are more than 5 percent below your classification bracket (e.g. a score of 34.99% for a C-class competitor) are not used for classification purposes. To guard against the possibility of incorrect stage setup or typographical error, scores that are more than 20 percent above your current classification bracket are

  • Uspsa Classifier Calculator - XpCourse
    Uspsa Classifier Calculator - XpCourse

    USPSA Classifier Percentage Calculator Save classifiercalc.com. USPSA Classifier Stage Diagrams 13 Series Classifiers 13-01 PDF 13-02 PDF 13-03 PDF 13-04 PDF 13-05 PDF 13-06 PDF 13-07 PDF 13-08 PDF 13-09 PDF 123 People Used More Courses ›› View Course Classifier Lookup

  • Everything you need to know about USPSA
    Everything you need to know about USPSA

    Mar 23, 2018 This is the largest pistol association within the United States and is the US version of the International Practical Shooting Confederation or IPSC. USPSA and IPSC both include 3 gun and pistol shooting competitions. USPSA/IPSC are designed to test a shooter’s shooting ability, however, USPSA tends to focus more on the technical side of shooting

  • Uspsa Classifier List - XpCourse
    Uspsa Classifier List - XpCourse

    USPSA Competition Rules March 2020 4 The USPSA Classification System Grand Master 95 to 100% Master 85 to 94.9% A Class 75 to 84.9% B Class 60 to 74.9% C Class 40 to 59.9% D Class Below 40% Your percentage is based on your scores as they relate the average high scores on file for a

  • Uspsa Classification Calculator - XpCourse
    Uspsa Classification Calculator - XpCourse

    8.4 Your percentage is mapped to a classification. USPSA headquarters cannot process manual corrections to scores. If a score or division is incorrect, contact the match director and request corrected scores be uploaded

  • uspsa classifier percentage
    uspsa classifier percentage

    uspsa classifier percentage Vizac Machinery is an enterprise specializing in the production of various crushing, sand making, grinding, mineral processing and building materials products. After 40 years of development, it has become the production and export base of China's mining machinery industry

  • What percentage of shooters make A class? - USPSA/IPSC
    What percentage of shooters make A class? - USPSA/IPSC

    May 24, 2010 This thread has provoked a new question: if the classifier system is normalized, then wouldn't there be the approximate same percentage of shooters in the class as the % used to determine the classification. Or in more confusing language, If B is suppose to be ~60% then shouldn't there be approximately 60% of the membership listed as B

  • Brad's IDPA v. USPSA Rank Info
    Brad's IDPA v. USPSA Rank Info

    USPSA breaks its shooters down into the following classes: Grand Master 95 to 100% Master 85 to 94.9% A 75 to 84.9% B 60 to 74.9% C 40 to 59.9% D 2 to 40%. The percentage numbers are how many points out of the “best possible” the shooter was able to pick up on the classifier stage

  • Cogito Ergo Geek: USPSA Ohio Section Classifier Percentage
    Cogito Ergo Geek: USPSA Ohio Section Classifier Percentage

    Jan 15, 2007 USPSA Ohio Section Classifier Percentage Calculators As a courtesy, I'm including a link here to the Ohio Section Classifier Percentage Calculator. (The same link is available in the Columbia Cascade website. Look for the link to the Classifier Calculator in the left-hand frame.)

  • USPSA Classifier Updates - USPSA/IPSC Rules - Brian Enos's
    USPSA Classifier Updates - USPSA/IPSC Rules - Brian Enos's

    Apr 25, 2018 So when I shoot a 'classifier match' I have 6 classifiers submitted. USPSA takes the best 4 and gives a Classification. But then a week later the run the update and average the 6 and my % Drops but the Classification remains the same. Does that seem silly to anyone? Its happened to me were my percentage is a C but my class is a B

  • IDPA and USPSA Ranks - Gun Nuts Media
    IDPA and USPSA Ranks - Gun Nuts Media

    May 11, 2009 USPSA breaks its shooters down into the following classes: Grand Master 95 to 100% Master 85 to 94.9% A 75 to 84.9% B 60 to 74.9% C 40 to 59.9% D 2 to 40%. The percentage numbers are how many points out of the “best possible” the shooter was able to pick up on the classifier stage

  • Classifier Strategy - USPSA/IPSC Shooting - Brian Enos's
    Classifier Strategy - USPSA/IPSC Shooting - Brian Enos's

    Feb 23, 2013 As a B shooter the cutoff to B is 60%. Scores at 55% or higher will count towards your classification. You can put in all the classifiers you want in the 55 to 59.9 range and they will still count as B's and your classification will not drop. Once you hit a B you will stay as a B even if your percentage drops to 55.1%

  • Classifier Calculator Uspsa - XpCourse
    Classifier Calculator Uspsa - XpCourse

    USPSA Classifier Percentage Calculator Save www.classifiercalc.com. This site is in no way affiliated with USPSA. The classifier calculation results are based on our formulas and math and are not in any way based on data from USPSA. ... 03-02 PDF 03-03 PDF 03-04 PDF 03-05 PDF 03-07 PDF 03-08 PDF 03-09 PDF 03-10 PDF 03-11 PDF 03-12 PDF 03-14 PDF

  • Cogito Ergo Geek: USPSA Classifier Percentage Calculator
    Cogito Ergo Geek: USPSA Classifier Percentage Calculator

    Apr 13, 2008 USPSA Classifier Percentage Calculator Reader Mitch M. (who beat the socks off me at this weekend's ARPC Club Match) writes to inform us that the Classifier Percentage Calculator link is broken. It now has its own URL

  • AZS - USPSA Classifier 99-14
    AZS - USPSA Classifier 99-14

    USPSA Classifier stage calculators and high hit factor data for 99-14

  • Earning Master in USPSA? | Carolina Shooters Club
    Earning Master in USPSA? | Carolina Shooters Club

    Aug 21, 2012 The best classifier I ever shot was 63.52 %, that was my match percentage at the 2009 Area 6 Match. It was not the highest by far, but in USPSA at a Level 3 match, if there are 3 GM's or more in your division, your ENTIRE match performance is considered a classifier

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