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  1. I am testing a prototype of just such a thing.
  2. That's your opinion. If I were king they would either all be together or all entirely stand alone.
  3. "It's ok, no one ever gets caught or in any real trouble" is how exactly every episode of Locked Up Abroad starts....
  4. Not when you can have a match with 500 competitors in one division.
  5. rowdyb

    DA trigger prep

    Take a class with JJ, he is a very vocal advocate of prepping/staging the trigger on a DA gun during the draw stroke. I may start my trigger press before the gun is fully extended but I do not prep/stage the trigger. Once I start moving the trigger, I move it continuously, with constant/consistent speed and pressure.
  6. I'd buy a new 10x bushing and a different/new roll pin for the sight.
  7. rowdyb

    New P-10 F CR

    So anyone here actually shot one?
  8. yep, my 320 series guns all liked a 147 going over 900fps for sure. i started thinking of 135pf as kind of the minimum for those guns with a 147.
  9. I bought a full size connex with a roll up door in the middle for $2,300 delivered. When it was time to sell it I sold it instantly for $1,800. Around here and other places I've been it is popular to have stage trailers. So a club has 3 or 4 trailers with a stage or two worth of supplies on it. Taken further I've seen these trailers made to be the size they can be driven through a connex in one end and out the other. I think the range your at, how much stuff you have and the weather all matter.
  10. If there were a major change, that would require a large number of people to change their equipment how long do you think is reasonable to allow them time to make the change? If the major change was announced in say November would you want 6 months or a year or what to end up being in compliance?
  11. Recently used this gun in a tactical games style event. Worked great. And like most Sig 320s I've shot if you're using a 147gr bullet run them a little faster.
  12. correct, wheeler and i use it for front and rear on all my pistols.
  13. I was able to direct mount mine with the screws in the holosun box
  14. Yes. Warren rear and dawson front fo.
  15. I've taken a 2 day pcc course with him. We spent a considerable amount of time day one dealing with this.
  16. Owned a gmr15 that I shot in idpa and steel challenge for a year. I've shot I think two different jp5's thanks to @Darqusoull13. They are different guns, I can attest to that. As a value proposition it depends on what you value. Me personally, if I already had a 15 running awesome I wouldn't switch. If I had anyother or no pcc and was going to get one, I would get the jp5. Other pccs had me throwing stuff across the range and cursing. The only thing I've not liked about my jp was their stock furniture.
  17. That is the general consensus yes. Multiple stages tossed, 3 minute walk throughs, doubling up stages in bays when you have over a dozen bays available..... I used to love idpa.
  18. Yep, I re-bent my connector (an aftermarket one) and went with just a barely lighter striker spring I pulled out of a pile of spares from another gun (P10c). My timney has been great and i've had no issues. Hell, it even lights off small rifle magnum primers.
  19. Anyone can submit an article to the uspsa mag. Or even the idpa mag. They both have contributor guidelines that are pretty clear. I've written multiple articles for both. Want revo stuff in the mag, then you're going to have to write it yourself.
  20. The other is that the classifier is often done stand alone, not a part of a match score. Yes, I know some matches mix it into their match but most classifiers shot in idpa are not with the external stuff of having it shot in a match. Being able to not have it effect your local match sore ever also allows a different approach to being classified.
  21. in uspsa we argue about the scoring. in idpa we argue about the shooting. either way people argue. but more importantly people are having fun with guns.
  22. My only guess is to encourage people to be in a division and participate in their local stuff, where most people get classified. Especially since idpa is set up you can be classified in just one attempt. Oh and to be classified you have to be a member, so a small amount of dollar intake for them. And maybe there was some issue at some time and the rule was a reaction to something someone did that the org didn't like. It seems to be endemic in idpa that people value a "match bump" in classification over a change made on shooting the classifier. So people are constantly bouncing around between divisions. For example you're mm in cdp and you get a bump to ss at your state match. Well then rather than stay in cdp most people will then pick one or two other divisions and shoot them until they make ss in those divisions. Then they'll try to make ex in a division and when that happens they abandon the division to try and make ex in other divisions. So there is this constant back and forth between divisions.
  23. I had a 930 version and couldn't get even a pawn shop to buy it when I finally tired of its crap. It also had gone back to moss twice for warranty work...
  24. I used to shoot them almost equally over the course of both the month and the year. 30 minutes of dry fire in the garage before a match was enough for my physically to deal w the change. Usually looking at the first stage and being at the place itself was enough of a key for my mental change. When I was best at it I shot the same sp01 in ssp as prod with my mags in the same orientation.
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