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True, and clubs do that. But...

August 10 2017 at 3:11 PM
Scott Hull  (Login Scotchmo1957)

Response to Hosting additional classes is well within AAFTA rules...

I think most of the debate is about sanctioned classes at AAFTA matches.

The GP series and Nationals are a big draw for many hard core FT shooters. If they want any assurances that they can shoot a certain way at those matches, they must conform to a currently sanctioned GP class.

You asked:
"Question is, can we justify that based on numbers?"

Based on the numbers, it looks like we can:

But it's the BOGs decision.

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