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Talyn1 01-17-2019 02:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Jeremy2171 (Post 1793846)
I agree.."any" general issue configuration AR should be in class A.. A4 with rail.. etc....as long as no match items or float tubes or optics.

Think class A as original configuration iron sights only.

Class B .... whatever ...

I agree. Class A should be your basic mil-equivalent AR at 8 lbs. or less.

CMP said they sought out feedback on this Rules change. I don't recall any CMP post on this board asking for feedback.

FF1915 01-17-2019 02:16 PM

They asked for feedback at the travel games I attended last year. They said changes were coming and asked for input.

Talyn1 01-17-2019 02:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FF1915 (Post 1793912)
They asked for feedback at the travel games I attended last year. They said changes were coming and asked for input.

OK, why wasn't a similar request for feedback not posted here? This board has a wider audience than only those that attend the travel games. That's the benefit of this board.

On that point CMP holds no travel games in all regions of the country. There have been no travel games in the N. Rockies Region, or NW quarter of the US. But there are many 600-1000 yd. ranges where they can be held, and matches are held by state orgs.

The 2019 schedule has one in VT, one in OK, and the rest are in the SE USA. Last year, except for the AZ location the same pattern existed.

If the travel games are to be limited, then CMP should use this board to solicit feedback from folks living elsewhere.

My .02

FF1915 01-17-2019 02:38 PM

I can only speak to what I know. I can’t presume to know their intent. I did email my thoughts. My biggest gripe was to make scopes and irons separate. I did ask why a hooded peep wasn’t allowed but a scope was. That one still baffles me.

Mountain 01-17-2019 02:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Talyn1 (Post 1793915)
OK, why wasn't a similar request for feedback not posted here? This board has a wider audience than only those that attend the travel games. That's the benefit of this board.

On that point CMP holds no travel games in all regions of the country. There have been no travel games in the N. Rockies Region. But there are ranges where they can be held.

The 2019 schedule has one in VT, one in OK, and the rest are in the SE USA. Last year, except for the AZ location the same pattern existed.

If the travel games are to be limited, then CMP should use this board to solicit feedback from folks living elsewhere.

My .02

I have attended the Games in VT since they started not long ago. This past September I shot four GSMM's, re-took SAFS to try for those intro leg points, and also shot High Power. I stayed on base and attended awards ceremonies (:SS::SS::BS:). Not once did I see nor hear of any request for MM vs. UMM feedback.

:mad:

Talyn1 01-17-2019 03:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Mountain (Post 1793920)
I have attended the Games in VT since they started not long ago. This past September I shot four GSMM's, re-took SAFS to try for those intro leg points, and also shot High Power. I stayed on base and attended awards ceremonies (:SS::SS::BS:). Not once did I see nor hear of any request for MM vs. UMM feedback.

:mad:

Congrats on your results!

Talyn1 01-17-2019 03:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FF1915 (Post 1793919)
I can only speak to what I know. I canít presume to know their intent. I did email my thoughts. My biggest gripe was to make scopes and irons separate. I did ask why a hooded peep wasnít allowed but a scope was. That one still baffles me.

Thanks for sending/providing feedback.

FF1915 01-17-2019 03:02 PM

Congrats! And I know for a fact it was mentioned at the 600.

ceresco 01-17-2019 03:28 PM

A full narative explanation of rule changes with specific examples would be most welcome, but CMP never does that. Likewise, a publication of proposed rule changes a month or so before the rule book is finalized, but CMP never does that. We do, however, sometimes get ad hoc changes and/or interpretations after the rules are out. Good Shooting. ...

Talyn1 01-17-2019 03:34 PM

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Originally Posted by ceresco (Post 1793943)
A full narative explanation of rule chages with specific examples would be most welcome, but CMP never does that. Likewise, a publication of proposed rule changes a month or so before the rule book is finalized, but CMP never does that. We do, however, sometimes get ad hoc changes and/or interpretations after the rules are out. Good Shooting. ...

Let's hope that CMP realizes they made an error in excluding the A2 (in its "classic" configuration) from Class A.


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