There has been discussion of utilizing the 1800 as a basis for Precision Pistol competitions at some or all levels. The same 3 gun format would continue, but with the elimination of the fired National Match Course portion, maintaining the 20 shot Slow Fire, 20 shot Timed Fire and 20 shot Rapid Fire matches for each of the 3 guns.  Currently match directors can hold 1800’s but not as Registered State Championships, Regional Championships or the National Championship. 

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1. What affect would adopting the 1800 course of fire for Registered matches have on overall participation in Precision Pistol?

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2. What affect would adopting the 1800 course of fire for Registered matches have on expenses for match directors and/or competitors?

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3. What affect would adopting the 1800 course of fire for Registered matches have on time investments for match directors and/or competitors?

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4. Should the 1800 course of fire replace the 2700 course of fire?

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5. Should the 1800 course of fire be permitted at (select any that apply):

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6. What other implications not mentioned in this survey would adopting the 1800 at Registered matches have on the discipline?

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7. How many Registered tournaments do you compete in annually?

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8. How likely would you be to compete in more registered tournaments if the 1800 were permitted?

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9. Are you a:

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10. Are you an NRA member?

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