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3rdplace
07-15-2013, 01:36 AM
Are they still saying you can qualify for the Classic by shooting Regions??? And when did they "merge"?????


This was posted on AT by NYS REP:

Have received word that an additional class will be added for the Regions event in Warren PA. Semi-Pro Extreme-5 grains per pound no speed limit. $15.00 membership ASA/Regions entry fee, cash payout, no plaque and no qualification for the Classic with that set-up. Their you go, an organization trying to include all shooters and equipment. No reason not to support this event.

bhtr3d
07-15-2013, 05:04 PM
The only '''merger''' I know of is ; if you shoot a regions shoot ''this''' year and its a '''ASA"" class you can qualify to shoot the Classic....That's the only one I know of. Any of the '''ibo'' style classes do not count though.

3rdplace
07-15-2013, 05:13 PM
That question was asked before the site crash and the answer was no you can't qualify for the Classic by shooting Regions. That is why I brought it up.

bhtr3d
07-16-2013, 12:32 AM
Ya, but since then, there was changes....so now its of this year...only...if its a asa class....than yes

3rdplace
07-16-2013, 01:10 AM
That's funny we were told the opposite.

SonnyThomas
07-16-2013, 01:04 PM
If by one reply, someone can qualify through Regions, be a Regions member only, and place or win in the ASA Classic.
Ques; "Whose Classic will they not be qualified for? Last I saw was the ASA was not affiliated or anything with Regions. Info lost when ASA forums crashed"

Reply; "ASA is recognizing the Regions shoots as qualifiers for the Classic..... for those who compete in traditional ASA classes at the Regions events."

Ques; "As a separate organization? Like run in with ASA classes and have separate awards?"

Reply; " I can't answer that but I don't "THINK" so. My understanding is.... ASA is simply recognizing the Regions events as qualifiers for the Classic... it seems no different than the Federation process really."

Comment following; " Better check with the ASA office."