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  1. To my knowledge they still do. More than likely will start sometime later this week and generally goes past new years day.
  2. Dr. Mitch I agree with you wholeheartedly. Revolver division is the way to go. All joking aside, I have no experience in IDPA so I remain silent here, but seeing as how restrictive the rules are in NY, shooting revolver has a greater possibility of being competitive overall in that geographic region. Just wanted to offer it as a consideration.
  3. Thanks for the response. If the racer works fine with L & N frames, that does make me consider it as spending less money is never a bad thing. I appreciate everybody's input and willingness to share their experiences with these holster systems.
  4. Considering the looming panic has now farily well subsided, hopefully the return of abundant primer resources is not far off. It will be wise to purchase often and build a solid reserve, even if you feel no urgency (when they do return). We still have about 150 cases of the 100s and GM100s on order that we placed this year (we had 4 whole cases arrive the other day, hopefully the rest aren't far behind). A454, thanks for sharing your information as always. I was testing with some of the Federal GM200s last year and found about what you did, they did need to be hit harder. On chrono, mine only averaged about 30 FPS different (4" barrel).
  5. Will the racer work for both L and N frames, or do you need 2 different holsters for that? Breaking the cost down: if I buy the Race master and two inserts, it can run the same belt and moonclip holder (I'm switching to the North Mountain). It would cost less than two belts, two holders and two racer holsters (if I can't use it for both frame sizes).
  6. Thanks a lot for your input Alec. I currently own a Bladetech (and the CR speed). This helps quite a bit. I think I'll go ahead and get the DAA and get it set up and start using it. When we do our Hogue order for the store next year I'll add one of their holsters to the order just to mess around with it and see if I like it. Alex, thanks for your input as well. I was actually going to text you and ask about your experience with it. P.S. we need to talk sometime about Central Region stuff when you get some free time.
  7. Skyline. We had skyline in Louisville and had eaten it for years before going to Cincy. I didn't mind Goldstar, but it wasn't what I was used to.
  8. So, what I thought was going to be a quick "just buy the DAA already" ended up becoming "solid choices, but also consider ____", I may need to ask more questions. Does anybody have any bad experiences from the DAA Racemaster? Or any reason to not get it? Part of why I wanted to get away from the CR speed is because of the muzzle plug thing. I want something I can use for L and N frame guns without having to swap a lot of parts around (I plan to use it for the L-6 686, a 617, 5" 627, and eventually 929). I want the gun to fit securely in the holster (most of the guys say the DAA is pretty secure). For those who have the Guga Ribas and the Hogue (only one mention of the ghost and sloppy isn't what I want), is it fairly effortless to adjust for use with those different guns?
  9. I lived in Cincy for a couple years (Price Hill area), the Bengals fans are why I left. Congrats on expanding your participation in your shooting hobby/addiction. Reloading is yet another method of emptying your pocket, you will soon be as broke and happy as the rest of us. Good luck!
  10. I thought that holster was just for Semi-autos, all the info states what pistols it fits, nothing about fitting a revolver. Does it work just fine without fitting/machining anything (both L and N frames)?
  11. So I have been considering replacing the CR speed I am currently running and have been leaning towards the DAA Race Master (yes I would end up getting more blocks for other guns). I have used the DAA, I like it, but I am wondering if I am overlooking something that some of the others offer (specificall the Guga Ribas or a Ghost). Is there any reason to conider those other holsters or just forget it and go DAA?
  12. Ahh no problem man. I saw the email this morning when I was studying for exams today, I was excited to see it I couldn't not post it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. You didn't believe me? Had to check for yourself? That hurts man. No trust anymore.[emoji38] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. So if you got the email today you probably already know. They just announced the 2017 IRC match dates and location. Nov. 3-5, 2017 at the Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof, FL. I definitely plan to return next year. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I would guess that is probably what he is talking about. The 640 is an all steel 357, I still pack one of those heavy things every now and then. I picked up a 642 last year to have something lighter. Nice for carrying everyday, shoots just as well as the 640. I have only put about 700-800 through it so far, but no issues yet. One of my co-workers has been carrying one for about the last 8 years, no issues other than he's beaten the finish up in a couple areas.
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