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  1. Run what ya brung. Shoot it like you stole it. Focus on your hits. Alphas are King. After a bit of time you will have had a chance to sample other guns that other competitors are using. People in this sport LOVE showing of their guns and will let you shoot them for the price of asking nicely. With a little experience in this game and some experience with the pistols others are using, you can make informed decision about what hardware to use going forward. Don't try to get ahead of that curve. Enjoy the ride...
  2. Someone local will correct me if I'm wrong (and I may be), but I think Dallas Pistol Club in Carrollton, TX has USPSA approval on a restriction against a muzzle pointing over the berm during a reload (DQ offence).
  3. Closed in favor of existing thread (linked above). -Admin
  4. ***Stop it right now, guys. Calling each other assholes and retards doesn't belong here.
  5. Basically, the FBI designed the features of the Gen5 after a LOT of research and testing (they're really good at that stuff). I like it.
  6. Amen. A solid, reliable source. And though we've had some fun with hammer-and-tong-level discussions (he's a feisty little cuss), I also trust George's opinion on this, too. But even if I didn't know either of these two gents, I'd still know the wording is clear. I'm comfortable with my understanding of the word, "permanent" and in what manner it would or would not apply here. The idea that a removable strap could be equated to a permanently-affixed retaining device is inventive, but not palatable.
  7. Please read the Forum Guidelines, conveniently located at the top of every forum page. We don't allow political discussions here. When it starts targeting candidates, positively or negatively. . . .it's done. CLOSED
  8. Then hear what I'm going to say... We've let this thread run a bit because frankly, it is amusing. Wild-eyed theories that some foreign group who would buy a block of memberships in order to influence the election of the USPSA President is pretty damn funny. What ain't funny is the verbiage that's starting to creep in about the candidates themselves. Please read the Forum Guidelines, conveniently located at the top of every forum page. We don't allow political discussions here. When it poked some fun at the process, it was OK, When it starts targeting candidates, positively or negatively. . . .it's done. CLOSED
  9. I've seen that on TV but never got to shoot it in a match (even "Outlaw"). BUT, I was there for an industry event and got to shoot it as a demo stage sponsored by a well-known weapons light manufacturer. Freakin' unbelievably fun! Next door was a blind shoot in a dark-house sponsored by a company who makes suppressors and night vision gear. They supplied everything you needed. Also incredibly fun! I still don't think it's suitable for a USPSA match.
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