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Why I Like the CNSCA Class Structure

By William Campbell on April 8, 2017 | President Blog

With the CNSCA class structure, you are always competing in a class of similarly skilled shooters. And the classes are always evenly populated. You won’t see a class with 200 shooters and another class with only 10 shooters. Be design the classes are evenly split as follows:

Master class: Top 10% of shooters
AA Class: Next highest 15% of shooters
A Class: Next highest 15% of shooters
B Class: Next highest 15% of shooters
C Class: Next highest 15% of shooters
D Class: Next highest 15% of shooters
E Class: Remaining 15% of shooters

The CNSCA adjusts the class thresholds a couple of times through the year to make sure that the classes are balanced and that people are competing on an even playing field. Over the last 5 years, the class thresholds have been adjusted about 12 times (usually twice a year) and none of the thresholds have ever moved more than 1%

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