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    Laszlo Szabo

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  1. If you worried about using a lighter and you have a soldering iron u can use that to install the fiber optic also.
  2. I started in the early 90s those where the 3 different division they had at matches .
  3. We had open, limited and revolver.
  4. I hope this thread is meant to be a joke . USPSA has come a long way from the 3 division I had to choose from when I started.
  5. I would look in to a Ruger PC9 or a Keltech Sub 2000 . I have seen both guns used around my area . Great shooters with a little upgrade they run well.
  6. I used Wilson synthetic when I started years ago . Switched to Wepon shield and now I use Lucas . Never had a problem with either .
  7. I would definitely recommend using Double Alpha mag pouches. There belts are good also . For a holster I always went with a Safariland . But I prefer a holster that is set up like the safariland competition holsters .
  8. At least they deliver to your house . I have to pick mine up at the post office. Because my postal carrier has restrictions, i was told and even then i had boxes thorn open .
  9. I shot this gun . It is was so sweet now I want one my self .
  10. Yup . It would be a bling bling bang bang .
  11. It is an antique finish . I think u should have it gold plated with some fake diamonds on the grip. U can have the pump my gun look.
  12. Looks like an old style holster . Was legal back then and it is still legal now .
  13. I shoot RN in my pcc . For the build up on the comp I use an ultrasound cleaner and just lower the comp and the top of the barrel in the cleaning solution.
  14. Keltech is a good pcc for plinking we have people shooting them at my club. I think with some modifications it's not a bad pcc.
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