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  1. Changing the trigger pull requirements should have negated the need for two separate PO divisions. I hear they are now bringing in PCC as well. IPSC has gone from 5 divisions, to eight at one GA.
  2. My cousin’s donations helped six people, some of whom would have died without it. Wishing you a speedy recovery.
  3. BritinUSA

    CHA-LEE's Tale

    It was a trip hazard for me too, we checked with Mark and he said it was in the WSB, which it was.
  4. BritinUSA

    CHA-LEE's Tale

    Stage 2 was interesting to watch. The WSB briefing indicated that the blue mat had to remain in the course and could not be removed.
  5. BritinUSA

    Lost Vortex Venom Screws

    Did you actually lose them or are they buried deep inside that foam thing that was in the box ?
  6. BritinUSA

    Lost Vortex Venom Screws

    Best option would be to drop them an email, they have great customer service. info@vortexoptics.com
  7. BritinUSA

    Torque and carry optics

    I did not use a torque wrench, blue loctite on the screws and just tightened them down normally.
  8. BritinUSA

    Laugo Arms Alien

    The safety on the trigger would seem to indicate a striker fired mechanism. I don't recall ever seeing that type of trigger safety on a hammer fired gun. Does anyone have a legitimate source for the comment that it is hammer fired ?
  9. BritinUSA

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    Origin of Production in IPSC was never a cheap or entry-level division. The 9mm semi-auto SA/DA/Striker was the most popular type of handgun, especially so in East & Western European nations, but due to Major scoring in Limited there was no division where shooters would be competitive with those types of guns. There were two parts to the original proposal, the creation of the division, and a second proposal was to limit capacity to 10 rounds. The first proposal passed, the second did not. Manufacturers slowly started increasing the magazine lengths to increase the number of rounds. IPSC stepped in to prevent that and fixed the capacity to 15 (which most if not all guns on the approved list could hold anyway). IPSC competitors seem happy with the current limits as the division continues to grow. Many USPSA members are also happy with their current magazine capacity, some are not. I suspect that a change will be proposed in the next few months and it will be up to the members to make their voices heard (pro or con) when the time comes.
  10. BritinUSA

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    I think the TTI +3 base pad might still fit in the box...
  11. BritinUSA

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    According to the latest “FrontSight” magazine, a new rule book will be introduced in 4th quarter of this year followed by a member review period before going live in January 2019. If Production division is going to change (again) then I think it will most likely occur with that update.
  12. Interesting topic here https://forums.brianenos.com/topic/18148-the-early-days-of-ipsc/