EDC: SIG P938.
At yesterday's USPSA match, we had a stage with five disappearing drop/turners activated by a single popper. The wires running from the popper to the turners were all the same length, so they all turned together (bad stage design, I thought). After watching the first few shooters (myself included) hit the popper then wait for the turners to move, everyone started shooting before the turning targets had moved at all; that was about the only way to get hits on more than three targets. A lot of the targets had elongated hits, some as much as 4", and if there was only one of these on a target, it was scored as two hits. Is there something in the new rule book about this? ANY hole bigger than one bullet diameter is two hits, or ???? Is this something new that applies only to disappearing targets? Clearly, most if not all of these holes were single hits, but I suppose there'd be no way for the RO to know that.