Held at the World Shooting & Recreational Complex- Sparta, IL
Held in conjunction with the Grand American World Championships
August 8-9, 2009
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Q. Will AIM Grand Championship scores count for White Flyer HOAs, Blaser HAA and Winchester Super 500 Singles?
A. Yes

Q. We are concerned that the timing will conflict between the Doubles on Saturday morning and the first 100 of the AIM Grand Championship.
A. Consider shooting Doubles early and AIM late or vise versa.

Q. I’ve pre-registered my AIM Participant for Prelim Week through event 14. Do I need to pull him out of Event 12 and register him for the AIM Grand Championship?
A. Yes

Q. Is it possible to Join AIM now and compete in the AIM Grand Championships?
A. Yes, and any registered targets that you have can also be applied to your 500 target requirement. If you do not have 500 targets, you can also still shoot, but will be in Penalty Class B.

Q. Is there a requirement to have shot in my State Championships to shoot in the AIM Grand Championship?
A. No, everyone is welcome to shoot in the AGC. There is a 500 singles target requirement in order to not compete as a Penalty Class B Shooter, but you can still compete.

Q. I just turned 19, can I compete as a junior since I started shooting targets this year at age 18?
A. No, you can not compete as a junior if you're 19. A shooter can finish out a target year as an 18 year old junior, but may NOT start a new target year as an 18 year old Junior. Please refer to ATA Rule IV, J, 3. below:
3. A shooter who is 15 but has not reached his or her 18th birthday will be designated as a Junior.

Q. I’ve pre-registered my AIM Participant for Prelim Week through event 14. Do I need to pull him out of Event 12 and register him for the AIM Grand Championship?
A. Yes . The AIM Grand Championships targets are NOT a part of Event 12 - NRA Singles, but the targets are eligible for Grand American Preliminary High-Over-All, High-All-Around, and Winchester 500 as long as you notify the AIM staff that you would like to participate in the HOA and HAA during check-in.

Q. Will All-American Points be awarded for the AIM Grand Championships?
A. All-American Points will be awarded for the AIM Grand Championships. The same amount of points that will be awarded in the NRA Singles will be awarded in the AIM Grand Championships. Tie Points will also be awarded; however, no trophy points or shoot-off points will be awarded.

Q. Are kids who are signed up on squads eligible for individual awards?
A. Yes

Q. If a Sub-Junior is shooting on a Junior squad, is he/she going to be a Sub-Junior for individual awards?
A. Yes


 



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