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Thread: .36 Cal and .44 load data?

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    Under official information. 144th National DSSA and DSCA standings
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maillemaker View Post
    Where do you view those points? Do you have a link?
    Sign into the N-SSA Forum with your password and authenticator. Go to the "N-SSA Official Information" block. Go to the sticky marked "144th Classification and DSSA/DSCA Points Posted" block. The statistician makes a new post of DSSA/DSCA points and classifications after every national.

    Regarding classifications, I might add that I would be more inclined to trust the opinion of a member who doesn't have DSSA/DSCA points but who shoots individual matches and is classified in class 1 rather than class 4. It might be a revolutionary concept, but performance and knowledge are related.

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    What do the point standings mean?

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    See Section 32 of the N-SSA rules for the rules governing the award of the Distinguished Skirmisher badge and Distinguished Shooter awards for musket, carbine, revolver, breechloading rifle, and smoothbore musket. Points go to the individuals who have placed in the top 10 competitors in the grand aggregate and the individual weapons aggregates at the national matches. The match winner receives 10 points, while 10th place receives 1 point. Awards require 25 total points for a bronze Distinguished badge, 100 for a silver badge, and 200 for a gold badge. At the upper level the badges are essentially awards for a lifetime of N-SSA individual competitive shooting excellence.

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    Proper fit and alignment are crucial.
    This is an adjustable length .36 caliber mold designed for Pietta's chambers.

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    Points go to the individuals who have placed in the top 10 competitors in the grand aggregate and the individual weapons aggregates at the national matches. The match winner receives 10 points, while 10th place receives 1 point. Awards require 25 total points for a bronze Distinguished badge, 100 for a silver badge, and 200 for a gold badge. At the upper level the badges are essentially awards for a lifetime of N-SSA individual competitive shooting excellence.
    Wow, that's pretty cool! Been doing this going on 10 years and never heard of this.

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    Your friend Lani Harrison has been wearing a distinguished shooter pin for years and years and years.

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