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09:10 AM ET (US)
The 'helmet photo shoot' after the safety meeting Saturday has been cancelled. Will try again for September!
Angie Lancaster
07:13 AM ET (US)

September match is on CMSA website.
Pre-registration for this weekend is open until midnight tonight. Pre-registraation helps everyone involved to aid in the match running smoothly.
Can someone please post how our Florida people did in South Carolina? I heard they represented very well and we have at least 1 move up!!!
09:39 PM ET (US)
Most of you know that the CMSA Cavalry World Championship is fought in Murfreesboro, TN during the CMSA Eastern Nat'l Championships. This year CMSA will be bringing back 10 shooters in the Friday night showcase for the Cavalry World Championship.If you have not qualified for World due to lack of points there is still an opportunity during the Tennessee shoot prior to the Easterns. It's 25 points for Limited and 50 for Open. The Tennessee shoot, which is Sept. 2-3, 2017, is 5x the points,so come on and sign up. Remember, the new Calvary year starts right after Easterns is over.
Gunplumber Jardine
11:51 AM ET (US)
AHoy yall

i see the Sept shoot on the club calendar but not on CMSA site and wanted to confirm its still a go for Sept 16/17 or Gil and I will have to go from Tn to TX for a shoot :)
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12:24 PM ET (US)
Looking for good used holsters.
Angie Lancaster
01:07 PM ET (US)

Gun Plumber Jardine
03:18 AM ET (US)
Thanks Leslie and Greg, I found the CMSA page Greg mentioned I was looking for the class names instead of the over all category Competition/payouts. This helped a lot
This was a lot of help. See y'all in a few weeks 🇨🇦
Greg Jackson
05:03 PM ET (US)
Ken this came straight from the CMSA Web site off of there main page.

CMSA Payout

Senior Incentive
The entry fee will be $100 with 50% payback at each of the major CMSA Championships. In addition to the payback CMSA will escrow another $20 per entry and put it into the Senior Incentive Fund that will be paid out to the Senior Incentive winners at the CMSA World Championship. There will be two gender split Divisions, Men's and Women's Limited (S1, S2 and S3) and Men's and Women's Open (S4, S5 and S6).The first four stages of the main match will be used as qualifiers for the Senior Incentive Finals. The top five qualifiers in each of the four categories will be called back for the finals. The pay-out in the Finals will include the 50% payback plus any added money, if applicable. The accumulated Senior Incentive Fund will be paid out at the World to the Senior Incentive winners plus the 50% payback along with added money. In order to compete in the Senior Incentive at the World championship, you must have competed in one Senor
Incentive event at a major championship in that competition year. No buy-ins will be allowed.

At most* CMSA Major events, the Eliminator will be run as follows: There will be two gender split divisions: Men's and Women's Limited (1, 2, 3) and Men's and Women's Open (4, 5, 6). All entries will run stage 1. The top twenty of each division will come back and run stage 2. The top ten of each division will then come back for the final stage. Payout will be 50% in the final stage, paid 1 spot for every 5 entries.

Double Down - Ten to Win!

The new Double Down payback method will give a bonus to the class payback. The CMSA has raised the class payback from 40% to 50% and eliminated the 30% that was removed from the class payback for Overall/Reserve payouts. Now every dollar that goes into your class STAYS in YOUR CLASS! That equals a 22% increase in class payouts. Montana Silversmith buckles, Classic Equine and other class prizes will be earned based upon your performance in the class portion of the event.
The Double Down option is designed for those competitors who wish to run for significantly more prize money. As the name indicates, to enter you pay a second entry fee equal to the first. Just like splitting Aces in Blackjack! In the Double Down, the stages you run in the class portion of the event are your qualifying stages. The top ten from each of the six divisions (L1-2, M1- 2, L3-4, M3-4, L5-6, M5-6) come back for a final run for 70% of their entry fees and all added money. Added money (CMSA defines added money as being GUARANTEED and not tied to the number of entries) is paid back 20% to the Limited Division, 30% to the Express Division and 50% to the Master Division. Added money is divided 50/50 by gender.
The Double Down pays two places for the first five, and one place for each five after that to a maximum of 6 places. (1-4 entries pays 1 place, 5 pays 2 places, 10 pays 3, etc.) ayback is capped at six places in the finals up to 100 entries in a single division. Over 100 pays eight places. Here are examples of just how the money would be paid out.
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11:21 AM ET (US)
Hi Ken.
Here's the skinny on what I know:
Eliminator - usually the day before the Main match starts. 1-3's & 4-6's (Limited/Open Divs). 1 stage, if you make the cut, then stage 2, then if you make the cut, Friday night showcase for final stage and all the marbles.
Double-Down - is based on Main Match stages, do well in MM, make cut, come back and ahoot after last MM stage on Sat. A, AA, AAA (1-2, 3-4, 5-6).
Someone else will have to speak to Senior Incentive.

Here's the trick to Eliminator ... Shoot clean. Don't let the"hype" get to you, especially on Friday night.
Gun Plumber Jardine
08:12 AM ET (US)
Ahoy y'all. Question. For big matches how do the following classes work:
Eliminator, Double Down and Senior incentive
What I'd like to know is are they've placed by class, division or Senior and open?

I always mix em up and can't find a reference on the CMSA web site. Thanks
Angie Lancaster
07:41 AM ET (US)

PRACTICE at Lady Lake L Cross Arena this Saturday 10:00am. We will be desinitizing so great opportunity for new shooters. You pay $30 for 3 stages. Last stage will be pistol or shotgun/rifle stage if you would like to pratice that. See you there!
Angie Lancaster
07:37 AM ET (US)
Hannah. I do believe you are correct in that you only need one 1 AQHA event to qualify. Not sure which level you should enter. I will try to find out for you. We are discussing making the Fl State match a qualfied AQHA. Stay tuned.
11:36 AM ET (US)
AQHA Worlds, Houston Stock Show - Mrs. Bean has got me thinking that this might be a fun time! How do I know which class to enter in? Do I only have to do 1 AQHA event to qualify for AQHA Worlds? Any help greatly appreciated as I am looking at my Registrations for Easterns! I can't wait to get home and see everyone and start shooting again.
01:27 PM ET (US)
Hi all. I would like to take a picture at the August match on Saturday of all (cowboys and cowgirls) that wear a
helmet or hel-hat to put on the Peacemaker website. To include wranglers it'll have to be when none of us are
shooting. It will be Saturday morning just after the safety meeting, before the first stage at the wash rack. Please be on
your horses with helmets/hel-hats on dressed for competition. With or without guns, your preference. Thanks!
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