## What is the Lewis scoring system?

The Lewis Class is based on final scores posted when the event is over. Prior to the event, the Shoot Promoter decides the number of classes and the payout per class, i.e. 1 class per 15 shooters, 2 or 3 payouts per class. At the shoot’s end, scores are listed numerically from highest to lowest.

**How does Lewis option work?**

A Modified Lewis Class Shoot allows all shooters to finish shooting. Then all scores are put into a hat, and a number is drawn out. The number drawn serves as the highest score and all scores are aligned under it. After the lowest score shot is listed, then the highest score shot is listed under that.

### How does the Lewis Purse work?

Lewis Purse. For example, in a Lewis purse paying two places, the top two scores in a shoot will share the money for that first class. A second class may be established at another pair of numbers, and a similar payout made.

**What does Hoa mean in sporting clays?**

e. High All Around (HAA) HOA (High Overall): This option is based on the total score shot in all gauges, for a particular event. It could be 200 targets for a one day event, or 400 targets, based on a 4 gun, 2 day event.

#### What is the Lewis class?

The Lewis class system is an open option that is desired by many shooters at an event because it can provide money prizes to shooters who may not be the High Gun but are the leading shooters in a class.

**How are punches awarded in sporting clays?**

scores and all ties in each class receive three (3) punches; the eighth and ninth highest scores and all ties in each class receive two (2) punches; the tenth highest score and all ties in each class receive one (1) punch. Shooters will earn punches based on the number of entries in their respective class.

## What does HAA mean in trap shooting?

HAA, (High All Around) as said often above, is your scores for the featured, individual events, singles, handicap, and doubles, determining champions.

**What is sub gauge sporting clays?**

A sub-gauge event will be defined as any event, except 16-gauge, that is not 12-gauge and that is smaller in diameter than 12-gauge. For these purposes, “12-gauge event” means any event designated as 12-gauge or any general event that doesn’t specify gauge.

### What does it mean to shoot doubles?

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer double-shotting. Is an increase of the destructive power of ordnance by doubling the shot fired off at one time from a gun. Sometimes three shots are fired at once, in which case the piece is said to be treble-shotted.

**Why do people double tap?**

The term “double tap” is now used to describe the broader technique of firing two rounds quickly and accurately to disable an opponent. The tactic is still used today by firearms handlers, police tactical teams, military personnel, counter-terrorist combat units, and other special operations forces personnel.

#### What is a controlled pair?

First, the definition of a controlled pair is two individual shots fired in rapid succession with two individual sight pictures. Some will try to shoot two shots with one sight picture. The key to shooting a fast and accurate controlled pair is in the tracking of the front sight.

**How is the body mass index ( BMI ) calculated?**

Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women. Enter your weight and height using standard or metric measures. Select “Compute BMI” and your BMI will appear below.

## What is the formula for metric BMI?

With the metric system, the formula for BMI is weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared. Since height is commonly measured in centimeters, an alternate calculation formula, dividing the weight in kilograms by the height in centimeters squared, and then multiplying the result by 10,000, can be used.

**How is BMI related to height and weight?**

BMI is proportional to the mass and inversely proportional to the square of the height. So, if all body dimensions double, and mass scales naturally with the cube of the height, then BMI doubles instead of remaining the same.

### How to calculate BMI using a handheld calculator?

When using a handheld calculator, if your calculator has a square function, divide weight (lb) by height (in) squared, multiply by 703, and round to one decimal place. If your calculator does not have a square function, divide weight by height twice, as shown in the calculation above, multiply by 703, and round to one decimal place.