Shooting score for Nationals for Trap

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Shooting score for Nationals for Trap

Post by Ranjeet Singh » Thu Jun 08, 2006 3:05 pm

Gentlemen,

Is anyone aware of the scores required to be in top 20 in Trap in India? The reason being ofcourse to own a quality shotgun :)

Steyrshot, you could help me here.

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Re: Shooting score for Nationals for Trap

Post by Mack The Knife » Thu Jun 08, 2006 3:14 pm

No such thing. The first 20 get the renowned shot certificate.

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Post by Ranjeet Singh » Thu Jun 08, 2006 3:31 pm

Hi Mack The Knife

Any idea what scores would normally get you in top 20? Just out of curiousity.
I remember Steyrshot, on the old board,mentioning some scores of 10m shooting for qualifying for nationals

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Post by Mack The Knife » Thu Jun 08, 2006 4:07 pm

Yes, you would need to get a certain score at the pre-national (GVM) to qualify for the nationals. There is also a cut-off score at the nationals. Fall below it and it's back to GVM or certain recognised comps to get your qualification back.

Don't have these scores at hand but will try and get them for you. Will also try and find out what the top 20 scored last year.

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Post by Ranjeet Singh » Thu Jun 08, 2006 5:10 pm

Thanks Mack The Knife,

It would be great if you could get the scores for me. I understand the standards might be quite high out there..


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Post by Mack The Knife » Fri Jun 09, 2006 8:35 am

Yet to get the top 20 scores for 2005 but herewith the minimum qualifying scores for GVM and NSCC.

Note: NR means match is shot in accordance with National Rules (basically fewer number of shots) and ISSF means match is shot in accordance with International Shooting Sport Federation rules.

GVM

Trap / Skeet : 30/50 NR

Double Trap : 28/50 NR

NSCC

Trap / Skeet : 33/50 NR and 90/125 ISSF

Double Trap : 30/50 NR and 100/150 ISSF

To qualify for a renowned shot certificate you have to shoot in the ISSF or what is also known as the Open category.

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P.S.: The above scores are for the 'Men' category.

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Post by Mack The Knife » Fri Jun 09, 2006 8:57 am

Herewith the top 3 scores achieved at NSCC 2005 (shotgunning):

Double Trap (ISSF) Men:

1. R.V.S. Rathore (Army) : 191
2. Ronjan Sodhi (Chhatisgarh) : 178
3. Vikram Bhatnagar (Delhi) : 177

Trap (ISSF) Men:

1. Mansher Singh (Andhra Pradesh) : 135
2. Birendeep Sodhi (Indian Airlines) : 134
3. Manavjit Singh Sandhu (Punjab) : 134

Skeet (ISSF) Men:

1. Amit Sanghi (Andhra Pradesh) : 133
2. Baba Bedi (Chhatisgarh) : 132
3. Amardeep Singh (Chhatisgarh) : 129

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P.S.: In trap you may get into the top 20 by scoring as low as 95/125. Just a guess, mind.

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Post by Ranjeet Singh » Fri Jun 09, 2006 1:25 pm

Thank you so much!!

Pretty competitive out there..

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Post by Mack The Knife » Fri Jun 09, 2006 1:53 pm

Ranjeet Singh wrote:Pretty competitive out there..
At the top but lower down (even within the top 20) the scores are pretty average. Not the shooters fault to some extent. More to do with the lack of practice due to the cost and availability of ammo.

Before Rathore won the Olympic silver there were probably 20 to 30 who would compete, so even if you did averagely well you were in striking distance of a renowned shot certificate. Now, however, the field has grown to 70 or 80 shooters. Nowhere near the hundreds who shoot other disciplines, so your chances are still good, provided you learn the basics well and practice correctly.

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