

"Glock the Plates" StageShooter has up to 11 shots to knock down all six 8" steel plates at 11 yards. Score is based on elapsed time with a 10second penalty for each plate left standing. This is repeated a total of four times (called "strings") and the four scores are added together for the total score for this stage. My first string was around 18 seconds, my second was just over 12, and my last two were each between 78 seconds for a total of 45.69! And I left no plates standing so I got no additional penalty time!
The total for the top Civilian female was only 17.16 seconds (yikes) and the top Civ. male was 19.54. The top Law Enforcement male was 15.09, but sadly and somehow unbelievably, the top Law Enforcement female was about half as fast as I was and missed 20 out of 24 plates for a total of 270.66! 

"5toGlock" StageShooter can only shoot 10 rounds and must hit each of five cardboard targets twice. The targets are placed at 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25 yards away. Score is based on elapsed time with additional time penalties added for each shot not hitting the center of the target. There are nearly impossibletosee rings perforated in the cardboard and these determine the penalty seconds. (These are apparently standard NRA targets, so most of the shooters knew where the rings were.) Each shot in the "A Ring" and/or "B Ring" adds zero (0) seconds (with number of hits in the "A Ring" being used in case of ties); for each hit in the "C Ring" two (+2) seconds are added; and plus five (+5) seconds are added for any other bullet mark on the target on or within the "D Zone". Shots that completely miss the cardboard incur an additional 10 seconds per miss. This string repeated a total of three times and the total scores are added together. I don't remember my exact scores or times, but I did hit dead center in the "A Ring" at least once on each target and I never once missed the cardboard. I did have several in the outer rings, though.
The final posted results showed a total for me of 98.42.
The total for the top Civilian female was 72.84 seconds and the top Civ. male was 27.06. The top Law Enforcement male was 27.69, but the top LE female had another sad total of 147.67. 


"Glock 'M" StageThere are four cardboard targets and three metal "poppers". Each string consists of the contestant shooting two and only two shots at each cardboard target and then up to three shots to get down one of the metal poppers. This is repeated a total of three times and the scores are added together for the total score for this stage. Score is based on elapsed time with cardboard hits similar to the scoring in the Stage described above and a 10second penalty for each popper left standing at the very end. I don't remember my exact scores or times, but I did hit the cardboard much like above, never completely missing, and I didn't leave any of the metal guys standing.
The final posted results showed a total for me of 66.98.
The total for the top Civilian female was 31.57 seconds and the top Civ. male was 20.42. The top Law Enforcement male was 21.06, but the top LE female had another disappointing total of 166.45. 
