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Old 08-15-2016, 09:08 PM
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Question on how to score for Bulllseye shooting indoors at 50 ft



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Hi,

First, I think I originally posted this in the wrong place a few minutes ago and repeating it here. I have not been able to delete the post in the general community section. I am new to this site.

I have a few questions:

1 - Most sites talk about scoring from doing 2 strings of 10 slow fire, 4 strings of 5 timed fire, and 4 string of 5 of rapid fire. How does that add up to 900 if I get a 10 (ya right) each time? First of all that is only 60 shots. The sites always talk about shooting 90 shots. What am I missing?

2 - On the timed and rapid NRA official targets for 50 ft bullseye shooting, the center circle has an "x" and the next larger circle has a 10. What value is the "x"? Maybe this might answer my first question.


Also, this is my first post. (actually second since the first post was in the wrong place )

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Lou
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Old 08-16-2016, 06:09 AM
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You left out the National Match Course which is another 30 shots and is shot at the same match. 10 slow, 10 timed and 10 rapid. Usually referred to as NMC.
The X is used to determine the winner in ties and if they are the same, a continued shoot is done until someone drops a shot. Usually that is done at bigger matches like regionals, state, etc.
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