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  1. That's a sweet looking pistol right there. I would have to agree. It is produced like that. I'm sure if it was made by Wilson there would be no question. As previously stated if the DVC is legal then the Briley should be as well. It has been established that Briley is a manufacturer. Glock and Springfield Armory both have pistols that have massive coffin cuts in the slide to reduce weight so whats the difference??? They sell more guns than Briley and others.
  2. Screw it, gonna use it and see what happens. It meet the guidelines as I read them and several of you all here agree. Maybe HQ will pull their head out of their 4th point of contact and see the light. lol
  3. Someone tell Roberto that. Sent from my SM-G900P using Tapatalk
  4. Roberto Ray said it was a no go. Does he have the final word???? Sure hope not.
  5. If the two guns posted by V1911 are ESP LEGAL why not a Briley gun????
  6. That's what I thought. You should have a nice talk with Roberto at HQ Rowdy. LOL I just find the reasoning it is not legal to be BS. IMO
  7. Here is the link I previously provided. http://www.brileypd.com/signatureseries.html Would love to hear the input from everyone here. Would not the cuts in the DVC be illegal?? This one is really confusing me. A DVC gun was used at Nationals with no issues as previously stated here. So why then Roberto Ray contradict himself, was he not aware of the ruling at nationals with the shooter using the DVC??
  8. Please do and let us know how that goes. Roberto Ray is whom I got the information from, for what that's worth. I totally agree, if a DVC is legal then why not the Briley or Brazos. Hope everyone jumps on this one. lol
  9. So STI DVC is ESP legal and the Briley is not. WOW, is STI really selling 2000 of these a year????
  10. Just how it comes from Briley. Link with pics. http://www.brileypd.com/signatureseries.html Well it's a mute point. Because of the "panel" cuts the gun is not ESP legal unless at least 2000 a year are produced. So if Springfield, S&W or Glock do it, it's ok and now I know why so many call it IDP-GAY!!!!! I get that it wouldn't be SSP legal but not ESP, common IDPA give me a break. So looks like some of the STI's may not be legal if they are not producing and selling 2000 of a given model a year.
  11. So would a 2011 with a full dust cover be legal in ESP? Specifically a Briley signature series 5in 2011, provided it fits in the box and has a bushing barrel. From what I have read I believe it is legal for ESP.
  12. Looks like a great opportunity for IDPA. ah hahaha lol
  13. Any reliability issues when using the CZ base pads?? Did you have to make any other modifications to ensure the fit and function with the CZ base pads??
  14. That rule needs to be updated!!
  15. Cool, PM sent