There's some comments on AT about some people holding up the shooting because of taking too much time on the line and letting down several times.

I know there's a rule on time, that is the two minute/one minute limit, but there's no rule regarding how many times you can let down. I seem to recall the IBO has a three let down limit, but I don't know if that helps or not. In fact, I don't know if its enforced or not.

There was one commentor on AT that said he overheard one Open C young gun bragging about letting down six times on one target.

If excessive let downs are slowing the shoot down, then maybe there's a situation that needs to be addressed. When you have 150+ shooting a class like Open C that might be responsible for why it takes so long to get in 20 targets.

Something to think about.

I know there's a rule on time, that is the two minute/one minute limit, but there's no rule regarding how many times you can let down. I seem to recall the IBO has a three let down limit, but I don't know if that helps or not. In fact, I don't know if its enforced or not.

There was one commentor on AT that said he overheard one Open C young gun bragging about letting down six times on one target.

If excessive let downs are slowing the shoot down, then maybe there's a situation that needs to be addressed. When you have 150+ shooting a class like Open C that might be responsible for why it takes so long to get in 20 targets.

Something to think about.

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