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About cody6477

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    Finally read the FAQs

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    West Virginia
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    USPSA, 3-gun
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    Steven Cody

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  1. cody6477

    What got you into Open?

    All the cool kids were shooting open. And I got a helluva bonus at the end of last year.
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    Only $3K
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    FTE VS Mike

    It's the same logic as getting penalized on Virginia stages for extra shots (taken at the line) and extra hits (scored on the target.
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    When to become RO

    I'm pretty slow too, but I like the game and being an RO gives me a chance to contribute and be more involved.
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    Do you like the new Production rules?

    Golf with guns, literally...
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    Here's a non-safety-related opportunity to get DQ'd question - Go to safe area to take gun out of case. As you start to take it out, you realize there is a snap-cap in the gun that did not get removed after dry fire practice. Let's assume you didn't pop the snap-cap out racking the slide. But you know it's there. What do you do? I assume you leave gun in case and go find an RO to take you to a bay, unload and show clear, and move on from there. Sound right?
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    Life of an open gun

    Yes USPSA and Yes comp. Powder I think is AA7. Why? Damned if I know. I'll see him Sunday, I think, and I'll ask some more questions.
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    Life of an open gun

    Yeah, surprised me too. He gave me a few to try and they struck me as relatively soft. I noticed in another thread that Atlanta sells 9mm major 147s.
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    9 Major Reloads Question

    I gauge everything. Load a hundred, run them through the gauge and check for high primers, move on. Only takes a couple minutes, one less thing to worry about.
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    Life of an open gun

    I'm using 125s but I loaded up some of the 135s I've been using for production and they ran fine. Did not really feel a difference from the 125s, but then again I was just curious and haven't tested it seriously. On another note, a friend of mine who is GM in open is running 147s these days.
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    Shoot ALL the Targets Dummy!!!

    I made a hobby out of that at a major last year. Ugh.
  12. cody6477

    Looking for a CZ dealer

    I've purchased two from Oak Hill and one from CZ Custom and good experiences with both.
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    Agree with Sarge and DKorn
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    Unless you're a really high-end and high stakes competitor, your backup is mainly there so you won't have to go home if your primary goes down. Nice to have a backup that's at least reasonably close, and carry a small spare parts kit.