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IBS Score Shooter of the Year Rules for 2017


Program Operating Rules

1. The Score Shooter of the Year season will be March 1 to November 15

2. Points will be awarded for all IBS registered matches that are listed on the IBS web site at least 30 days prior to the date of the event.

3. Year-end standing will be determined by points earned in only the shooters best 10 events.

4. A competitor must shoot all matches in a yardage to be counted. There will be a minimum requirement of 2 shooters for points to be awarded.

5. Every competitor shooting a 250 in the Six Power class will receive 1 point.  

6. 10 points will be awarded for setting an IBS record with any gun shot in registered IBS events. If a record is set with multiple guns, the 10 points will be divided equally between the guns used to set the record.

7. 7 points will be awarded for a non-record 250-25x aggregate with any gun shot in registered IBS events.

8. 7 points will be awarded for shooting a 750 at 100-200-300 yard/meter match. These targets will be verified by the records committee.

9. 3 points will be awarded for tying an existing record. Targets will be verified by either the records committee (in the case of a submitted new record not qualifying as new but only as a tie) or the Score committee in cases where the range has determined a tie to exist. These targets can be handed to or mailed to any score committee member. A minimum of three members of the score committee will be required for verification, one of whom cannot be the shooter in question.  

10. Hunter and Varmint Hunter classes will compete as one Six Power class. Points will be awarded based solely on the Rifle shot on the earliest relay.

11. LVFS and HVFS will compete as one class. Points will be awarded based solely on the Rifle shot on the earliest relay. 

12. End of the year ties will be broken by; 1. The number of 1st place wins in the best 10 matches; 2. The number of 2nd place finishes in the best 10 matches; 3. The number of 3rd place finishes in the best 10 matches. Ties will be broken by this method for the top 5 places. All others will be ties.

13. Match reports must be sent to Wayne France, 6223 Wilmette Drive, Burke, VA 22015. Match reports need to be forwarded within one month of match completion. If the match results are posted on the website, a copy to Wayne will not be necessary. Only match reports received by Dec 1st each year will be eligible for inclusion in SSOY determination.

14. Host club will be responsible for holding all first yardage targets in case they need to be submitted to records committee for anything that may be awarded extra points; (See rules 6, 7, 8, 9).  When you have multiple days of shooting, the targets cannot leave the range and still be eligible for record submission.

15. VFS and 6x points are calculated the same.

 

Non-National Championships Points

 All Non-National matches will have the same point values based on the number of competitors completing.  

 Points available are based on the number of guns completing the aggregate or grand aggregate. The number of guns completing the aggregate or grand aggregate is multiplied by .5 to determine the number of places that will earn points. This number will always be rounded up to a whole number. Example: 15 x .5 = 7.5 would be rounded up to 8 places will earn points.

Example: 32 guns x .5 = 16 places will earn points, 1 point per place.

 

1st = 16 points

2nd = 15 points

3rd = 14 points

16th = 1 point

 

For grand aggregate matches multiply the number of competitors that finished each aggregate by .25 and this will determine the number of placement points awarded for each aggregate.  Example: 32 guns x .25= 8 places will earn points, 1 point per place.

 

1st = 8 points

2nd = 7 points

3rd = 6 points

8th = 1 point

This number will always be rounded up to a whole number.

Example: 13 x .25 =3.25 would be rounded up to 4.

The aggregate points (based on .25 points per shooter) will then be added to the grand aggregate points (based on .5 points per shooter).

The number of shooters that finish each aggregate may be different from the number that completes the grand aggregate.

 

National Championships Points

The points will be doubled for National Championships. Example: in the grand aggregate, 40 shooters completing x .5 = 20 places will earn 2 points per place. In other words, for this example:

 

1st = 40 points

2nd = 38 points

3rd = 36 points

20th = 2 points


For each yardage placement points will be determined as follows: 40 shooters completing x .25=10 places will earn 2 points per place. In other words, for this example:

 

1st = 20 points

2nd= 18 points

3rd = 16 points

10th = 2 points.

 

The aggregate points (based on .25 points per shooter) will then be added to the grand aggregate points (based on .5 points per shooter).

 

The number of shooters that completes each yardage may be different from the number that completes the grand aggregate.

 

 

AWARDS

 

VARMINT FOR SCORE

 

Traveling Trophy

 

Plaques will be awarded 1st – 10th place

 

Certificates will be awarded 11th – 20th place

 

 

6 POWER

 

Traveling Trophy

 

Plaques will be awarded 1st – 5th place

 

Certificates will be awarded 6th – 10th place

 

 

 


 

IBS Score Shooter Rookie of the Year 2017 Rules

The Score Shooter Rookie of the Year program will run from March 1, through November 15.

 

A Rookie shooter is considered to be any new shooter who is in their first two calendar years of Benchrest competition. (New shooter means new to Benchrest- any participation in more than two registered BR matches of any type in NBRSA or IBS would constitute that the person had shot benchrest).

 

Rookie shooters are required to declare their rookie status on the shoot registration cards.

 

A shooter can only win Rookie of the Year once and will then become ineligible, regardless of the number of participation years

 

Match reports must designate the shooter is a rookie shooter.

 

To qualify for the rookie of the year program a shooter must compete in a minimum of five IBS registered 100 or 200- yard aggregates. The total of the five best yardage aggregates shot during the shooting season will become the shooters end of the year score.

 

The highest score shot in the first qualifying aggregate will break end of year ties, if a tie still exist the second, third, fourth, and fifth aggregates will be used until the tie is broken.

 

Varmint for Score and Hunter/ Varmint Hunter rookie of the year will be awarded at the IBS annual meeting.

 

I.B.S. Score Committee

 

January 18, 2017