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1 PRES-SH794.PPT Civilian Marksmanship Program TARGET SCORING AND RESULTS OPERATIONS

2 PRES-SH794.PPT Target Scoring & Results Operations sScoring and Results Production Objectives sTarget Scoring Operations Principles of Scoring Target Scoring Equipment Proper Scoring Gauges Proper Use of Scoring Gauges Correct Method of Scoring Gauged Shots Scoring with Outward Scoring Gauges Scoring with Inward Scoring Gauges Scoring Torn Shot Holes Determining and Recording Shot Values Identifying Regular and Irregular Targets sScoring Procedures sOutstanding Scoring Performance

3 PRES-SH794.PPT Scoring and Results Objectives sACCURACY: Determine results accurately sIMPARTIALITY: Determine results impartially sSPEED: Providing results as quickly as possible sRESPONSIBILITY: Scorers are sports officials who help determine integrity of sport of shooting

4 PRES-SH794.PPT How Critical is Scoring Accuracy? 2003 National Guard Precision Team Totals 1.Timber Wolves1, Burlington Rifle & Pistol Club1, Palmyra Wrecking Crew II1, Shelby County High School1, Chilton County Shooting Sports1, Bogalusa High School1, Glynn Academy1, Sutter Union High School1, St. Louis University High Blue1, LaCueva High School MCJROTC1,465

5 PRES-SH794.PPT Basic Scoring Principle sA shot is given the score of the highest value scoring ring that is hit or touched by that shot hole A shot receives the score of the highest Value scoring ring it hits A shot that touches a higher value scoring ring receives the value of that ring

6 PRES-SH794.PPT Target Scoring Equipment sScoring Gauges (plugs) sMagnifying Glass or Loupe sGood Lighting sOverlay Gauge/Eagle Eye sTarget Holder/Scoring Box sRule Book

7 PRES-SH794.PPT Use the Correct Scoring Gauge sAir Rifle: mm Outside Gauge for 10-3 rings, mm Inside Gauge for 1-2 rings & Inner Tens sSmallbore Rifle: in. Outside Gauge for 10 ring 5.6mm Inside Gauge for 1-9 rings

8 PRES-SH794.PPT Proper Use of Scoring Gauges sA shot whose value is not clear must be scored with a scoring gauge (plug) sGAUGE ALL DOUBTFUL SHOTS! sKeep target horizontal, insert gauge gently, without influencing location sScoring gauges may be inserted one time only

9 PRES-SH794.PPT Correct Method of Scoring Gauged Shots Light Source Target Holder Scoring Gauge Scorer reads gauge from anglenot directly overhead Use magnifying glass to accurately read gauge Target Incorrect angles for viewing scoring gauge are shown by red arrows

10 PRES-SH794.PPT Scoring with Outward Scoring Gauges Outside edge lies outside of outside edge of scoring ring-- receives lower value Outside edge is TANGENT with outside edge of scoring ring receives higher value Outside edge of gauge lies inside of outside edge of scoring ring receives higher value Outside edge of gauge lies inside scoring ringreceives higher value

11 PRES-SH794.PPT Scoring with Inward Scoring Gauges Inside edge of gauge does not touch outside edge of scoring ringreceives lower value Inside edge of gauge TOUCHES or is TANGENT with outside edge of scoring ring receives higher value Inside edge of gauge breaks outside edge of scoring ringreceives higher value

12 PRES-SH794.PPT Scoring Torn Shot Holes sWhen the shot hole is torn so that accurate gauging is not possible, the shot hole must be scored with a scoring template or scoring aid. sDo not insert a scoring gauge in torn shot holes sUse a template or Eagle Eye to reconstruct the true location of the shot with a torn shot hole sDetermine the shot value according to whether the ring of the template or Eagle Eye touches the scoring ring

13 PRES-SH794.PPT Determining and Recording Shot Values (Method 1) sScorers work in pairs sScorer #1 counts hits on targetsdetermines that it is a regular or irregular target sScorer #1 evaluates and records shot values for each target (bullseye), calls for gauge on doubtful shots sScorer #2 inserts gauge in each doubtful shot hole sScorer #1 and Scorer #2 use blind call to decide shot value sScoring supervisor decides ties sAll gauged shots must be marked with P and a + or - to record the decision sScorer #2 adds total values of all shots on target, records total on target

14 PRES-SH794.PPT Determining and Recording Shot Values (Method 2) sScorers work in pairsBoth scorers evaluate and score targets sScorers count hits on targetsdetermine that they are regular or irregular targets sScorers evaluate and record shot values for each target (bullseye) sScorers insert scoring gauges in doubtful shots sIf doubtful shots are close, both scorers examine the doubtful shot hole sBoth Scorers use blind call to decide shot value of doubtful shots sScoring supervisor decides ties sAll gauged shots must be marked with P and a + or - to record the decision sScorers exchange targets to add total values of all shots on target, recheck scoring of targets

15 PRES-SH794.PPT Identifying Regular/Irregular Targets sShots inside sighter target guard ring are sighters sAll targets must have 10 or fewer record shots sAll shots outside of guard ring are record shots sNote any comments from Range Officers sEach bullseye must have one record shot

16 PRES-SH794.PPT Scoring Air Rifle Targets-1 sCount hitsdetermine if target is regular or irregular Count all hits outside of sighter guard ring, plus any shots reported by Range Officer (crossfires, early or late shots, off-target misses, discharges of gas after starting record shots) sIf irregularresolve irregularity Sighters outside of guard ringdo not score if confirmed by RO Shots before command STARTscore, deduct 2 penalty points Shots after command STOPscore as misses Multiple shot bulls with 10 or fewer record shotsno penalty for first two occurrences2 penalty points for 3 rd & subsequent occurrences More than 10 record shotsassign all shots to a bull, nullify highest value shot(s) on bulls with more than 1 shot, deduct 2 penalty points from lowest value shot(s) on the target card Crossfiresscore as misses

17 PRES-SH794.PPT Scoring Air Rifle Targets-2 sScore all record shots Check shot hole--write value of each shot beside that bull Do not score Center Shots Gauge ALL doubtful shotsinsert gaugelet gauge find true center of shot holeuse correct gauge TWO SCORERS must read gaugeuse blind call Mark all gauged shots with P and + or -; both scorers must initial gauged shots If scorers disagreeleave gauge in shot holecall Scoring Supervisor for decision Total the scoreswrite total on target Recheck scoring workforward target to data entry

18 PRES-SH794.PPT Scoring Torn Shot Holes sDo not use scoring gauge to score torn shot holes (Bluebook: 8.2.5; BB Rule ) sAlign engraved 4.5mm ring with actual shot hole sRead the outside edge of the engraved ring that same as a scoring gauge sRecord the scorenote that a scoring aid was used, EE, both scorers initial

19 PRES-SH794.PPT Most Common Scoring Errors sNot gauging all doubtful shots sUsing the wrong scoring gauge sReading the gauge on the wrong side sNot documenting gauged shots sInconsistent recording of values (+ points vs. – points) sNot positioning target and gauge correctly (lighting) sNot reading gauge carefully (use of magnifying glass) sNot posting preliminary results quickly

20 PRES-SH794.PPT Outstanding Scoring Performance sRequires concentration, mental endurance and careful attention to details sRequires absolute impartiality sGauge reading is moment of truth for scorers sAlways recheck work sGood scorers are never afraid to ask for assistance sScorers work is sports officiating sA great competition requires great scoring!


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