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saleemmamdani

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  1. first year USPSA results

    WTG! Congratulations on being cancer free and best of luck achieving your goals! After what you've been through, I wouldn't bet against your determination! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. New limited shooter questions

    You're the [emoji83] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. New limited shooter questions

    Thanks for the clarification on power factor. Any reason I couldn't shoot them in limited or production (with the exception of the canik, which isn't on the list, I don't think)? I guess I'd have to be careful on Glock mods, right? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. So now that I've been convinced to try shooting at limited (h/t to Hi Power Jack), I'm trying to decide on a gun. I've shot a Ppq, Vp9, g19, and I'm shooting an M&P tomorrow. The new tp9sfx intrigues me for cost and features, but I've only handled (not shot) the tp9v2. I liked it. I handled a xdm and it really didn't feel good in my hand (couldn't easily reach the mag release). I like shooting the g19, but the mad release was a real pain to actuate. The vp9 was really nice to shoot, but I'm uncertain about that trigger guard mag release. I can get a blue label discount, so I'm a bit torn. Seems like g34 ($507) + extended mag release (25) + fo sights (100) + trigger connector/kit (18-150) is going to end up around 650-775, with a fair amount of time put into modding the gun. The ppq q5 is gonna be 750-800. So, when I look at the Canik, 550 looks pretty darn good. Does anyone want to argue for or against going the untested cheapy route? My other question was minor vs major--if I'm buying off the shelf ammo, how do I calculate whether I'm in minor or major territory--but I'll search the forums for that answer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. So now that I've been convinced to try shooting at limited (h/t to Hi Power Jack), I'm trying to decide on a gun. I've shot a Ppq, Vp9, g19, and I'm shooting an M&P tomorrow. The new tp9sfx intrigues me for cost and features, but I've only handled (not shot) the tp9v2. I liked it. I handled a xdm and it really didn't feel good in my hand (couldn't easily reach the mag release). I like shooting the g19, but the mad release was a real pain to actuate. The vp9 was really nice to shoot, but I'm uncertain about that trigger guard mag release. I can get a blue label discount, so I'm a bit torn. Seems like g34 ($507) + extended mag release (25) + fo sights (100) + trigger connector/kit (18-150) is going to end up around 650-775, with a fair amount of time put into modding the gun. The ppq q5 is gonna be 750-800. So, when I look at the Canik, 550 looks pretty darn good. Does anyone want to argue for or against going the untested cheapy route? My other question was minor vs major--if I'm buying off the shelf ammo, how do I calculate whether I'm in minor or major territory--but I'll search the forums for that answer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Introductions

    Okay. You've got me sold. Now I just need to figure out what to get--new thread incoming! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Introductions

    I wasn't sure what's easier to start with--limited or production. I don't know the local clubs yet, and whether they run steel shoots. I'm right by Pasa, and I figured I'd probably join them and check out the single stack and revolver nationals this may. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Introductions

    Hey everyone. I'm a completely new shooter. Took a concealed carry class, because I got to do it for the price of ammo, and now I'm kinda hooked. Got to shoot on a steel rack, a tree, and competing on accuracy and speed was so much fun that I'm here looking into starting to compete before I've got that first gun. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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