Classifier scores that are submitted by ICORE clubs are recorded in the master database and classification ratings are updated monthly. A minimum of four (4) unique classifier scores must be submitted for a member per division (Classic, Limited, or Open) to establish a classification. Members whose dues have lapsed will revert to Unclassified status until dues become current.

You can check your current classification here.

Classifier stages are available for download here.

 

Classifier Scores Procedure

Step #1: Select classifier(s) from the available list. If you are unable to download and print these files, a collection of these classifiers, assembled as a loose-leaf Classification Manual, can be sent to the designated club representative. At this time, we are only providing Classification Manual to sanctioned clubs. If you wish to set up an ICORE club, please see the instructions here. ICORE members who do not have access to a sanctioned ICORE club may also submit classifier scores. These members must be current, in good standing and MUST have a NROI certified range officer administer the stage and sign the classifier score sheet. To obtain hard copies of the classifier stages, contact the Competition Director

Step #2: Set up the classifier(s) following the stage description very precisely. Use NRA D-1 Tombstone targets. At present, the classifiers do not have steel. As classifiers are added, they may have round or rectangular steel plates. When steel is required, it is essential to use the correct size.

Step #3: Fill out score sheets completely and legibly. This includes Name, ICORE Membership Number, Club Name (if any) and Division (Classic, Limited, or Open - you must circle one), the date, your signature, and the Range Officer's signature. Please score the targets carefully and accurately. If the bullet hole is near a perforation, please use a transparent overlay to ensure the hit is scored correctly. It is essential that the date the classfier is shot be recorded, as it is used in the database for determining the most recent percentage. The "best" percentage is taken from the top 4 of all classifiers, disregarding the very top score and averaging the next 3 scores.

Step #4: Classifiers may be submitted as either the original paper score sheets or as a Portable Document Format (pdf) file. When creating a pdf from a scanner, please choose at least 100dpi resolution and scan as a Black and White document. Submit Classifier fees as $2.00 per classifier stage, per ICORE member with the paper sheets. If a pdf is sent, the fees should be mailed within a few days. Score sheets (or pdf)and fees should be sent in as soon as possible after the classifiers are shot. Saving up classifiers for months only adds to the difficulty of processing them in a timely manner. If a classifier is submitted for a future ICORE member, please insert "pending" in the ICORE number field. All pending scores are saved for activation when the new ICORE number is assigned.

Mail score sheets and a check or money order payable to ICORE to:

Ron Williamson
ICORE Statistician
PO Box 4194
Westlake Village, CA 91359-1194

For questions or to request hard copies of classifiers contact the Competition Director.


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