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Classification

High Master . . . . . . . . . . .59.40 to 60.00 (99%-100%)
Master . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . 57.60 to 59.39 (96%-98.99%)
Expert . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 54.00 to 57.59 (90% to 95.99%)
Sharpshooter . . . . . .. . . . . 48.00 to 53.99 (80% to 89.99%)
Marksman below . . . . . . . . 48.00 (80%)

A competitor will be officially classified by the CFI when the total score for a minimum of 144 shots has been reported. However, classification averages will be computed only after the total score for a tournament or league has been posted, and, therefore, the average may be based on a greater number of shots, but will not be based upon a lesser number.

Total scores so reported to the CFI will be posted to the Classification Record for the competitor concerned. When the scores for the stated minimum of 144 shots (or more if this minimum is reached during the scores of any tournament or league) have been so posted, the average score per 6-shot string will be computed.

The competitor will be sent an Official CFI Classification Card for either Action Pistol , Production Action Pistol, Rimfire Action Pistol or Metallic Action Pistol, based on the average so computed and according to the table shown above. This classification will become effective the date shown on the card issued by CFI.

For additional information, please contact office@canadianfirearmsinstitute.ca