Long light proceedure

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Hankerin Hank
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Long light proceedure

Post by Hankerin Hank » May 15th, 2017, 2:54 pm

Howdy all,
Just looking for a bit of clarification on long lights.

If the start signal is clearly illuminated beyond the two to five second start sequence, according to the Range Master’s final decision, the following shall apply; Competitors who have not fired a shot will be awarded a re-shoot. Competitors who have fired a shot will be given a choice to keep their hit or be awarded a re-shoot according to the re-shoot procedure.

Let's say after 7 or 8 seconds everyone relaxes believing the light is never coming on. It illuminates and one shooter reacts to it but misses the target. according to the rule, competitors who have fired a shot will be given a choice to keep their "HIT". Can they also re-shoot if they miss? I would think they could but just want to see how others interpret this.

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Lefty say when
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Re: Long light proceedure

Post by Lefty say when » January 1st, 2018, 10:08 am

Didn't see it. Wanted to know if an answer was given for this. Thank you
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