Pin Shooting Class Proposal
LouG and I have been talking about how we might set up a pin shoot class for big bore revolvers to give them a class of their own. Now that some rules have been roughed out, I thought I'd post them for feedback and input. Here's the proposed basic rules:
Big Bore Revolver:
.430 bore or larger, in other words a .44 Special would be the smallest permitted caliber.
Minimum bullet weight of 220 grains.
Six shot limit per table. No reloads unless you started with only five, or had a cartridge that didn't fire.
Five pins per table, set near the front of the table.
Table winner determined by which shooter gets all five pins on the ground first.
If, after both shooters have fired their six shots, and both shooters still have pins on their tables, the shooter with the fewest pins on his table is the winner of the table.
If both shooters have the same amount of pins on their tables, the winner is determined by which shooter has the fewest pins standing.
If both shooters have the same number of pins on their tables, and the same number standing, then it's a tie table, and you shoot it over.
The rest of the rules would follow the current rules and procedures used for the other pin classes.
What do you think?