My team and I have been discussing the best method of de-scoring recently and we have come to the conclusion that it is possible to shoot the caps off the posts. We currently have a metal bar that can only de-score low post caps as it can't reach the top. We are going from a 6 motor chassis with a 4 motor flywheel, a 1 motor intake, and 1 motor de-scorer to a 8 motor chassis with a planned 1 motor intake and 3 motor flywheel. My question is how have ref's reacted to teams that have knocked caps off posts. It seems hard to determine intention or not and from a lot of what I've read and seen, it is left to ref's discretion as to DQ and or warn. We have found a way for low caps to be knocked back into the field off of low posts when we shoot them with a ball from our flywheel. My thinking is that if they fall in multiple times in a match and then we go to shoot the high post ones and they fall out, the refs would see the caps falling out as non intentional... it is a very "sketchy" line to walk. Just wanting to see other people's experiences with ref's and their rulings on caps going out of the field.