This is the comment conversation I was hoping for, Keep it up!
I tried something a little different Saturday, I dropped official scoring and stage descriptions in the back. I presented a bunch o' stuff to engage, and only specified what could be engaged with what gun, leaving the solution completely up to the shooter. This also allowed the shooter to pick different guns on different stages.
The idea came to me when I was trying to determine all the different gun classes that can now happen, and it is a bunch, pistol only, pistol shotgun, pistol rifle, rifle shotgun, irons and scoped, etc, etc, and then throw in rimfire combos. Goodness I have created a monster. Toss in that last month I only got 20 or so score sheets turned in, and then only 2 completely (12 were blank!).
So the question is, was it good for you? Take a look at the poll to the right, there are basically 2 questions there, 1): Do you like the free form stages, or do you want rigid procedures, and 2): Do you want me to publish scores (assuming folks can fill them out completely, adding them up would be nice, but I will do it, I just need all stages to be present)
Or maybe there is a hybrid idea out there that would work, there were a few suggestions thrown about at the end of the day that were interesting.
Take the poll and feel free to comment here, remember this is your shoot, and I want to maximize the fun for you.