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PostPosted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 6:38 am 
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The following has appeared on the ISSF web site. (Rifle shooters might want to look at 7.4.1.6.c)
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The latest version of the ISSF OFFICIAL STATUTES, RULES AND REGULATIONS has been published. Summary of the main changes and download link.

In response to new good governance requirements, the ISSF Executive Committee approved a change in the ISSF Code of Ethics during its most recent meeting in February 2017. This change provides that if it is necessary to appoint an Ethics Committee, “the members of the Ethics Committee must be independent and may not hold a position in the ISSF or any ISSF member federation.”


The original EDITION 2017 / First Print 01/2017 of the ISSF OFFICIAL STATUTES, RULES AND REGULATIONS has now been modified to include this change.


This change in the 2017 rulebook also provided an opportunity to make a few additional necessary corrections in the ISSF Technical Rules. The ISSF has just released an EDITION 2017 / First Print V1.1 03/2017 of the ISSF OFFICIAL STATUTES, RULES AND REGULATIONS that includes changes in the following rules:


- Art. 3.12.3.5, Annex CE, ISSF Code of Ethics, Preamble, Sec. 6.1, Sec. 6.2
- Rule 6.4.19.3 b) Traps for Double Trap
- Rule 6.17.4 c) 25m RFP Men Final hit zone
- Rule 7.4.1.6 Rifle Sights, corrective lens attachment
- Rule 8.6.3 Pistol Support Stands
- Rule 9.9.2 a) Double Trap Method
- Rule 9.15.1.1 a) and 9.15.1.2 Shotgun Ties Before Finals
- Rule 9.15.3 Team Ties


ISSF member federations, officials, coaches and athletes are encouraged to download this latest EDITION 2017 / First Print V1.1 03/2017 of the Rules so they will be sure to have the correct version of these rules. The document can be downloaded at: http://www.issf-sports.org/theissf/rules.ashx


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 11:01 am 
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7.4.1.6 seems to rule out the Gehmann 579 lens system.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 11:46 am 
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(a) & (c) do seem to conflict.

Since (c) is later in the rules, does it have a higher priority? <grin>

Or .... does the 579 have multiple lenses in it? If yes, then, pray tell, how the heck are we in EC supposed to know that?


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:48 pm 
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jhmartin wrote:
(a) & (c) do seem to conflict.

Since (c) is later in the rules, does it have a higher priority? <grin>

Or .... does the 579 have multiple lenses in it? If yes, then, pray tell, how the heck are we in EC supposed to know that?

My reading of it, and I could be wrong, is that the rear sight can have coloured lenses or polarising filters IN it but corrective lenses can only be mounted ON it.

I would defer to someone who knows more about Rifle than do I.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:09 pm 
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Yes that's how I read it, and the 579 has a "lens system" IN it.


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