Originally Posted by neilL
However, if you restrict the scores to just the current GPs to make this average then as of today nobody in the list of leading AAs will qualify as AA. Highest so far is 93.7% over 8 GPs. The top 10 is in the range 90.05% to 93.72%. Unofficial of course!!
So I think this all swings round to "there is a mix of GP and non-GP scores contributing to the Grades" and that needs addressing somehow.
Just a suggestion, of course.
I have been saying that for the last couple of years. Gp grades from BFTA shoots only.
Its too easy at regional level to build an inflated %, something i think alot of shooters find in C - A class, then to find at Bfta shoots there is someone in their class who clearly should be in the class above ( not AA class however
) and vise versa.
You can be shooting a chinease springer at regional level for fun / change and if those scores go through then it drops your BFTA grade.
Unless like me you shoot in a region where you can elect not to have your scores sent to Bfta and then when shooting "at home" your scores dont count as they are "out of region". if they are ever sent in
Yes, there is the honesty box when booking in for Gp but it only takes 1 in a class to elect not to tick it and genuine class shooters are being cheated?