In PractiScore those are called “divisions”. You can create your own ones.
In PractiScore those are called “categories”. You can make your own ones in the app.
So, start with the “NRA Action” match template. Edit all divisions and categories.
Also edit targets to match your target scoring zones and points:
“X” - 10 points, “10” - 10 points, “8” - points, “5” - 5 points, “M” - 0 points. The “M” (or “Miss”) zone is not required, but it helps to track number of shots scored.
After that you need to create one or more stages. Normally a stage in PractiScore is what can be scored independently.
Depending on your match structure (e.g. how targets are shot and how competitors going trough the match) you can put all your match targets into one stage and score them all at once, or you can break them into multiple stages and score each stage separately. E.g. you could structure stages like this:
5 stages, each one has 1 target. Each target scored separately
- A - 10 rounds 15ft 15 sec
- A - 10 rounds 25ft 15 sec
- A - 10 rounds 30ft 15 sec
- A - 10 rounds 50ft 15 sec
- A - 10 rounds 70ft 15 sec
1 stage with 5 targets:
- T1 - 10 rounds 15ft 15 sec
- T2 - 10 rounds 25ft 15 sec
- T3 - 10 rounds 30ft 15 sec
- T4 - 10 rounds 50ft 15 sec
- T5 - 10 rounds 70ft 15 sec
- T1 - 5 rounds 9ft 15 sec
- T2 - 5 rounds 15ft 15 sec
- T3 - 5 rounds 25ft 15 sec
- T4 - 5 rounds 30ft 15 sec
- T5 - 5 rounds 50ft 15 sec
Either way those only descriptions/names for the stages and targets, you can make them what you like (and to help identify individual targets when scoring).
Once your match is configured, you can save it as match template and/or stage template and share the PractiScore export file *.psc with other Match Directors.