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  1. Any back up is way better than none! certainly an identical back up would be perfect but I went a different route which is to use a less expensive model from the same manufacturer which takes the same mags and works in the same holster. Main gun: CZC shadow custom (S1) , full custom job by CZC. Slide milled by CZC for carry optics. back up: CZ 85C bought used, with a few after market parts installed by myself. Slide still milled by CZC. Way less expensive and still shoots extremely well. I agree with Chuck that it is very nice for the back up to use the same mags and holster.
  2. Remember the initial weight limit was just 35 oz , limit was increased to 45 oz partly so we wouldn’t all have to worry so much about making weight. Only a very few gun models have to worry about weight now, much easier than before.
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    According to the rules only one so no big deal now. Used to be legal to reshoot over and over if approved by the Match Director but now only once. FYI in my seven or so years shooting USPSA I have never seen anyone do more than one reshoot on a classifier.
  4. I got to watch Bob Vogel win Limited Division at Area 5 with a Glock 24 in 2012 (was on the same squad as he was)
  5. You can test the waters in limited fairly well with just two extended mags supplemented by your 17 round mags as needed. Usually only one mag change per stage, sometimes two. Just try it a few matches and see what you think. For extensive discussion of different mag extensions and springs look at carry optics threads or just follow rowdyb’s advice, thats what I do.
  6. Yep, on my squad we also had two shooters with 6 shots on one middle target and 2 shots on the other. trickier than is seems.
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    CZ P10C OR cowitness

    According to the CZ USA website taller co-witness sights are/will be available aftermarket from CZ
  8. raindrops on the lens can make the dot look irregular in shape, just put that irregular shaped dot in the middle of the A zone and shoot! Eric
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    Thin safety

    20018 rules state you can replace safeties with OEM or aftermarket safeties. The rules do NOT say you can grind or modify the safety into a different shape. In my opinion this alteration is not permitted by the current 2018 rules. Looks like different people have different opinions regarding this topic so a risky modification to make. Eric
  10. in my SP01 Shadow i mostly shoot 124s as they are a little more accurate than 147s in my gun. However I am happy to use whatever is available. Eric
  11. Yep, this is how Ben Stoeger taught me when I took his class. Eric
  12. Yep. How many Open shooters do you see using back up iron sights? None at all. Take your example from them. Eric
  13. I am left handed as well and I find it helps to switch my wedding ring to my right hand for the match. Eric
  14. I have used my ankle high gore-tex hiking boots while shooting in the rain/mud and found them quite comfortable and with good traction in that environment. Eric
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