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  1. Regarding the point at which it is "too late" to award penalties under the following rules: SHB p.4 SHB p.32 ROC clarification The highlighted sections in the above quoted rules mean that penalties for those violations may not be assessed retroactively to any previous stages. ALSO: If illegal items/equipment have not been noticed by the time the shooter has left the firing line after shooting a stage, it is too late to assess any penalties for that particular stage. Corrections must then be made before shooting the next stage. Same applies to any failure to have the required items for a specific category (e.g. male BW shooter with no spurs). Any violations noticed after the shooter has cleared all firearms and left the unloading table may not be penalized.
  2. ​ROC RULING CARPENTER/PAINTER PANTS = ACCEPTABLE ​CARGO PANTS = ​NOT ​!! History of the basic designs Carpenter/painter pants are basically overalls without the bib or suspenders which date to the 1700s as working outerwear. "Cargo pants" are based on 1938 British military design with the leg pockets for carrying battle gear (wound dressings) TOP = CARPENTER PANTS = LEGAL BOTTOM = CARGO PANTS = ILLEGAL
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