wtturn

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  1. So do you just have to leave it as is or is there another option? Sent from my MotoG3 using Tapatalk
  2. which is somehow even more embarrassing.
  3. Will there eventually be an option for a size large X5 frame? Sent from my MotoG3 using Tapatalk
  4. Yes.
  5. That's a pretty bold claim. Please cite your sources so we can verify. Sent from my MotoG3 using Tapatalk
  6. That's certainly a fair position to hold, and proof that you can disagree without ad-hominems and straw men. I don't live under a rock in the age of Stock II and Shadow 2. Production is as much a race-gun division as the rest of them. However, it is still a contradiction in terms to allow aftermarket externally visible parts in the factory division. Final thoughts, then I'm out. If USPSA decides that the value of the change (easier enforcement, more options to the shooter, financial incentives from aftermarket businesses) exceeds the cost of another small step away from the intent/spirit/purity of production division, then I will understand. I don't like it, but I understand the motivations. My objection is more a matter of direction than change in itself. If enforcement became so onerous that it was impractical to enforce, then let's make a change in the opposite, more restrictive direction, in keeping with the whole idea of "production". See you on the range.
  7. Accusing me of trolling to dismiss my argument is facile and cheap. And perhaps ironic, considering you admit to mocking me instead of responding to an argument with an argument.
  8. Don't be facile. It's a cheap tactic. You know perfectly well what my argument is, I've only posted it a half dozen times in this thread.
  9. If you're ascribing this thinking to me, you're incorrect. I shoot a Glock for what it's worth. I'll still beat the CZ shooters I beat now whether they have a CGW hammer or not. I'll still be beat by the CZ shooters who beat me now whether they have the CGW hammer or not. My argument has never been on the basis of performance or competitive equity. But knock that straw man down all you want.
  10. Ignorance is no crime. Willful ignorance is a different story.
  11. Then your RO corps are derelict in their duty. Period.
  12. I don't accept the premise that the rules ARE difficult to enforce. The rules are as simple to enforce as they are to comply with. This isn't the US tax code, it's a rulebook. In the 3+ years I've been involved in the sport, I can't remember anyone bemoaning the complexity and unenforceabilty of production ruleset until now.
  13. That's fair. I don't think you have to persuade anyone that a stronger grip = more conducive to better shooting, that seems self-evidently true. I don't think anyone NEEDS to do a year-long study or heavy research to understand that the better shooters most likely have above-average or even superior grip strength. I just think the data would be interesting in its own right. Did you conclude that there is a mere correlation between grip strength and skill or that grip strength was the causation of higher skill?
  14. It's not physics, it's magical geometry!