Originally Posted by AIRFIX GILLY
Nice introduction to give shooters the option to dump poor results but how many will?
Better if the grading officer takes them off at his discretion. Obvious poor percentages stand out from a shooters normal percentage. Additionally, if a shooter as once been in AA then they shouldn't be allowed to go down in grade. Unless they show a good reason why.
Isn't this the point of the rolling 20 making up your grade? A single bad shoot is unlikely to knock you out of a grade, it takes a number of them to do that which is unlikely in the course of a year unless you are genuinely shooting worse than before.