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  1. Is the 92x performance fit a brigadier holster? Trigger guard looks the same
  2. Ok that blue is just sick. What coating is it and who did it!
  3. Wow. I really like that. Your right the limitation on number of shooting positions really limits option on short and medium courses. I like IPSC's idea. Makes those C and D's a bigger penalty when points are limited.
  4. Done a search and just not a lot on this versus a std long dust cover. Considering it for a limited build. Ok it’s 2 oz heavier but how’s it shoot?
  5. This weekend I loaded 4.1 gr of sport pistol with 200 gr Gallant FP bullets at 1.170 and got 176 PF with ES of 14 and STD dev of 6. This is out of a 5” Freedom Gunworks 2011. I think I’m going to end up at 3.9. For comparison I am at 4.0 gr WST for 169. It was 65 yesterday.
  6. wow, that stage would really put a premium on points.
  7. Kind of what I was thinking. Less stages with 4 eight shot positions
  8. What do people mean when they say “more IPSC” style stages? Pls explain.
  9. I think some 00 shot, tungston powder and epoxy will work just fine for this.
  10. Not sure if this is the answer your seeking but as a newer shooter and new to competition as well I would start in limited with a striker fired gun simply to take variables out of the equation so you can focus on shooting the stage and targets. One reload per stage (max) less gun manipulation less to think about. More money left over to take training classes or practice. Get into C class and then decide what division appeals to you.
  11. having shot SS, if i were to start over I would go 9mm and not look back because stages (especially at the level 2 and higher) are set up to shoot 1st of 8th shot on steel in a position meaning unless you are 1:1 on steel (nearly all the time) the extra rounds are an advantage. Local (level 1 matches) see to be set up for production (10 rounds and reload) and screw up stage plans limited to 8 rounds. Id say the advantage is 70:30 in favor of 9mm / 10 rounds.
  12. It should have a Bomar type rear sight. I see people moving from production to limited on this.
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