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Personally, I favor the "in-between" approach. Make the no-shoot markings dark-on-dark (i.e. impossible to see without a flashlight), then let people solve it as they see fit. If they choose not to use a flashlight, any speed advantage they save is more than offset by the increased probability of hitting a no-shoot.

Sorta like in real life...

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Mayonaise said:
If you're setting up a low light stage for a sanctioned match you have to make it so it's the same for all competitors. To the extent where they have to use a provided light (same for all).
Is this true? The MA State Championships had low/no light stages (2, IIRC), and it was BYOFlashlight. Surely they were sanctioned.

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