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  1. It's pretty clear you can't be touching the ammo, if it isn't stated it has to be in the belt. There use to be a rule that anywhere it said handgun also applied to PCC but I'm not sure if it made it into the new rule book 5.2.4 During the course of fire, after the start signal, unless stipulated otherwise in the stage procedure, spare ammunition,magazines and/or speed loading devices shall be carried in retention devices l attached to the competitor's belt and specifically designed for that purpose. Unless specifically prohibited in the Written Stage Briefing, a competitor may also carry additional magazines or speed loading devices in apparel pocket(s) and retrieve and use them, providing that the location of the apparel pocket does not violate the requirements of Appendix D, Item 12 (subject to the provisions of Rule A course of fire must never require or allow a PCC competitor to touch or hold ammunition, loading devices or magazines after the “Standby” command and before the start signal. Fingers must be outside the trigger guard and the safety applied if the carbine is loaded. Start positions may not require the competitor to start facing uprange while holding the carbine.
  2. I would think it's no different than not starting in the correct start position. Fix it and shoot it again 8.1.3 Courses of fire may require ready conditions which are different to those stated above. In such cases, the required ready condition must be clearly stated in the written stage briefing. When a firearm Ready Condition requires a firearm be prepared with an empty chamber (or cylinder), the slide/bolt of the firearm must be fully forward (or the cylinder must be fully closed) and the hammer or striker must be fully down or fully forward, as the case may be, unless otherwise specified in the stage briefing.
  3. So it's only going to be legal in production then. It doesn't have that last part.
  4. Production is fine how it is. They made enough changes with the last rule change. If you change it to 15 it's basically limited. I can't see a bunch of people deciding the division is more attractive if you have to do 1 less reload a stage
  5. Production is pretty popular in uspsa with 10
  6. I would like to think that at least one RO knows the different platforms and what is legal. You don't need a guy on every stage just one guy in the match. But now as long as you don't have something crazy it's probably legal anyways so what's the point
  7. Production was fine the way it was. You want to add aftermarket triggers? Fine. But if your going to interpret everything as a small part you might as well combined it with limited and call it a day
  8. Is anyone happy about the new production rules?
  9. If it's similar to the Glock one the hardest part is making room for the bushing on the inside of the frame. I used a dremel and while it wasn't pretty it was functional and reliable. Just install it with bolt in the back make sure it's level and mark where to drill the holes in the front. Drill them out whatever size it says in the instructions. If I was going to do it again I wouldn't run a Glock in open. I'm not sure if a m&p is the same way but I would want to run a light recoil spring and would have to run a light striker spring so it wouldn't pull itself out of battery when I shot and then fought with light strikes. Just take it slow and you'll be fine
  10. BARRELS: You may replace the barrel with an OFM or aftermarket barrel of the same length and caliber as the original barrel for that model of gun. D7 21.3
  11. Your right its legal to have but there isn't any advantage to having a magnet you can use on your belt. Asking for trouble.
  12. Kraj


    From the glossary Should - optional but highly recommend It has no weight in the rules
  13. The Section puts out a list of uspsa/idpa clubs every year. Most clubs start up in April but i would look up their website and get confirmation that matches are actually taking place before you head out early in the year. Every year at the start of the year there is a ton of new shooters, dont worry about being the only one. http://nebula.wsimg.com/cd6b4882ddc9898ed815f55cc5f3a0fa?AccessKeyId=D4F86D57480F6DA60945&disposition=0&alloworigin=1
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