"Level" refers to the match setting, near as I can figure it out.That's all Greek to me. Not familiar with any Levels. The Classifier used to put people in A/B/C/D and then of course there were the Grand Masters.
Level I is regular club matches at your local range scheduled throughout the year (like, monthly at my range or nearby ranges in other cities).
Level II is Sectional or State matches that are run once annually.
Level III is a USPSA championship match that is run annually.
So, as you can see, I'm trying to be a Level I shooter. I don't consider myself near good enough to go to a State match just yet, even before the operation.
I get that a lot...I'm chuckling. At you, not with you.
Crikey!Last year we had an old boy, I'm getting there myself, that would often wave his gun around and gesticulate with it, just shy of breaking the 180. We were doing an El Presidente and he drew w/o turning around... had the entire gallery diving for cover!!! It wasn't his first match DQ for safety, so he was disinvited from ever coming to matches again. Last match a diff old boy on my squad got a match DQ for breaking the 180, but I didn't see what happened. It was during some lateral movement is all I know.
My very first match, my only goal was to get out of the match without DQ'ing myself.
I managed to do that, and managed to place 42nd overall out of 50 shooters. Only one dude got a DQ that day.
It was a lot cheaper before the 'Rona, when a .40 S&W RNFP reman was about 19 to 21 cents...We run 6-8 stages with a total shot count of 80-120rds, so yeah, USPSA is not for po folk like me. Glad you like it tho!!