The star behind the wall like that is not a great idea. If you hit the star through the wall it's a mandatory reshoot.
Forcing people to shoot through that white barrel like that is not legal.
The wall setup right before the shooter gets to the white barrel is a bad RO trap. RO is forced to be down range of the shooter in order to get around that corner.
Also, no fucks given to the 180 at that point either?
Nobody hit a plate through a no shoot, it's done quite often at other uspsa clubs around here.
This is a level 1 match, shooting activators before the activated target, and shooting through the barrel is covered in the WSB
RO doesn't have to/shouldn't, follow the shooter through there, he can/should, just go behind the wall where box A was.
No 180's were broken, only 1 DQ , he shot the Jeep.
To clarify what Matt said, if you want them to shoot through the barrel, it has to be the only possible way for them to see that particular target.
USPSA is fundamentally a totally freestyle sport, hence “Engage targets as they become visible from within the shooting area” being pretty much the only words used in most walkthroughs, and all that jazz.
Level 1 match, covered in the WSB, none of the range lawyers present had a problem with any stages - well I had 1, 4" KO that had a few grumbling cause they couldn't hit it at 12 yds.