minor/major power

Discussion in 'Target Shooting' started by bellyrubber, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. bellyrubber

    bellyrubber New Member

    when your shooting uspsa steel and they use a formula to figure if your ammo is minor or major power. i know you get more points per target in major but how does that effect you and your qualifying? i know the formula they use and the #'s to make each power bracket.but what does it mean if your ammo doesn't meet the qualifying # for minor?
    i know you need a power factor 125 to make minor. but according to my figures some of my ammo has a power factor of 117. how will that effect me in uspsa matches.

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