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    Jeff Jones

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  1. Trying to rush your post count to 50 in order to sell something on the classifieds?? The mods are pretty good at picking that up.
  2. I wonder what folks thought of the PCC nationals when they were at Sellersburgh In? About a 30 minute drive to the Louisville Ky airport. I'm high on that location after working 3 level 2 matches there but my opinion is biased because I like the folks who I know at that club and have shot there a good bit.
  3. Fast swingers is the really hard part to me. You could teach a monkey to reload and a dedicated monkey would practice it enough to become proficient.
  4. Particularly with an anvil like a 929. For what it is worth, mine leaded up bad with coated until I went with 0.358" bullets.
  5. 40 small pistol primers 10mm large pistol primers What I was wondering was if cut down 10's would make for quicker reloads than full length 10's.
  6. From reading this, if a person has a 10mm/40 Ruger and he is thinking about using 10 mm brass to get around the small primer shortage, it would be best to cut down the brass to .40 length?
  7. At some point you start to think about how securely the bullet is held by the brass, bottom feeders seem a lot less problematic in this regard than wheel guns, but it is something to check before loading a whole lot of rounds.
  8. Might need to travel there so maybe I could win at wheel gun just once. For what it is worth, the best 180 or sweep training I have found is a dq.
  9. Maybe it is just what you get used to? I started with limited. Now when I want to make things easier on the planning side I will shoot my limited gun instead of production, when I am in the mood for a real planning challenge I shoot my 8 shot revolver.
  10. To avoid confusion, I think you meant loaded and holstered, please correct me if I am wrong. At make ready I've seen folks pull the hammer back and flip the safety on a holstered gun so they could get in a practice draw and snap, when I questioned the head cheese I was told this was allowed. I've also seen horseplay where a shooter pulled his buddies hammer back so his buddy would have to walk to the safety table and have been told this is not a dq.
  11. Much ado about nothing, in my humble opinion, although I get the not native language concern.
  12. Didn't R.Leatham win the revolver nationals and the single stack nationals on the same weekend? For mere mortals, if I shoot only one gun then it seems like my subconscious adapts and I can feel when it is time to reload and etc when a stage plan is deviated from.
  13. That sounds right. At his senior HSFB homecoming game a friend was hit low and from the side with his right foot planted, trashed the knee and the film is pretty gut wrenching. That was on grass though.
  14. Didn't some of the professional sports outlaw cleats to prevent injury to the wearer? I might be remembering wrong or it may not be relevant (there is usually not all that much blocking and tackling at USPSA/IDPA matches), but I thought the deal with cleats is that sometimes they work too well.
  15. Wet grass not good. A friend had one foot slide and one foot stick at an IDPA match, result was an ambulance ride and knee surgery.
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