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  1. Patrick Scott

    pcc starts

    Ive seen pics of folks running the taccom aluminum barrel setup with no handguard on it.
  2. I bought one to check out. One look at the flexible plastic "ejector" and I was like "nope". One missed reload, one drop at the right angle and that thing is done for.
  3. Patrick Scott

    pcc starts

    What do you do with a PCC shooter whos gun has no handguard?
  4. Patrick Scott

    CLEANEST BURNING POWDER FOR 9MM PCC ???

    I run nearly the same load. 4.5wsf and 124 PD JHPs. This pic was taken after a 1500rd in one day class. I didnt think it was all that bad considering.
  5. Patrick Scott

    8.3.7.3 PCC muzzle

    Lots of talk about the potential for a "dangerously" cased PCC because we dont know if its loaded in the case and if there may be something in the case to discharge said loaded gun. Lots of talk about "sweeping" with a cased PCC. Funny, I have never heard/read these concerns over handgun shooters showing up to the line with a bagged handgun. Kinda the same situation isn't it?
  6. Patrick Scott

    Belt Magnet OK in PCC?

    I like mine for placing a mag on as I walk up to the line and if it is a table mag start depending on the stage I might want an extra mag. We have all seen mags puke part way through a stage before. Id rather not have to go back to a table to grab another mag. All that said, I find it way more useful in practice sessions than matches. Useful enough to keep it on my belt.
  7. Patrick Scott

    Should USPSA provide a printed rulebook to its members?

    For better or worse, we have seen a lot of rule book "changes" the past couple of years and (for better or worse) I think thats the way its going to be. Im of the opinion that if this trend continues, a digital rule book is better suited to a dynamic rules set. No more loose papers stuffed or stapled into a hardcopy. No more silly time sucking debates about something that is not in the book, but their is a seperate ruling/clarifcation for.
  8. Patrick Scott

    Should USPSA provide a printed rulebook to its members?

    Its pretty similar. I can take a comparison pic tonight when I get home if you would like.
  9. Patrick Scott

    Should USPSA provide a printed rulebook to its members?

    Seems a lot of intersection between the "It can change too easy" group and the "We don't realize there are bylaws/processes and time limits on rule changes" group.
  10. Patrick Scott

    Should USPSA provide a printed rulebook to its members?

    Im not going to debate in this post about whether or not USPSA should provide a book, Id rather offer a simple solution. Things needed: .pdf file of the rule book Adobe .pdf program(free) Duplex(both sides at once) capable printer. You can do it without duplex, you will just have to flip and reload the sheets. 31 sheets of paper 3 staples Adobe reader has a "booklet" printing option, so after about 4 minutes of printing youll have this. (booklet printing instructions- https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/print-booklets-acrobat-reader.html )
  11. Patrick Scott

    Should USPSA provide a printed rulebook to its members?

    Well, I guess we can't have it both ways. Maybe neither way is the "best", but I prefer to have all the rules current and in once place. It also seems that this is the most cost effective way to do that.
  12. Patrick Scott

    Should USPSA provide a printed rulebook to its members?

    IF that were to happen at least it would be easier to keep up with than all the separate rullings we had floating around before that hardly anyone knew about or even cared to keep up with.
  13. Patrick Scott

    Should USPSA provide a printed rulebook to its members?

    This is the biggest reason I dont mind the change. No more "If its not in the rule book, it doesnt exsist." comments that I may have heard once or twice.
  14. Patrick Scott

    2019 Rules are released...

    6.2.5.1 However, if a competitor fails to satisfy the equipment or other requirements of a declared handgun Division during a course of fire, the competitor will be placed in Open Division, if available, otherwise the competitor will shoot the match for no score. If a competitor fails to satisfy the equipment or other requirements for PCC or Open Division during the course of fire, he will shoot for no score. Looks like it clearly states in that case the PCC shooter shoots for no score. PCC guy delcares LTD, gets "bumped" to Open, but doesnt satisfy Open req, gets bumped to No Score.
  15. Patrick Scott

    Should USPSA provide a printed rulebook to its members?

    I still like paper books, but I have no issue just using my phone for it and/or having the the .pdf version of the rules put onto my clubs tablets. Honestly I think if a club is running scoring equipment capable of holding a .pdf then there is no good reason for it not to be on there. The only thing is, who ever is in charge of the equipment should be checking for updates to the .pdf regularly.
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