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    Barry J Hebert

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    Legion front sight

    The sight comes from Dawson Precision. Check their website. They do sell a larger diameter insert.
  2. Me too. Get carbide dies, no need to lube to resize.
  3. Thanks. Just wanted to be sure.
  4. I have been shooting Limited and want to try Production. I am in C class. Does that automatically put me in D class for Production or Unclassified? I know there is a rule about a classification can only be one spot lower that any other classification.
  5. I bought a P320 Legion Monday. I was scared to shoot it after reading this post. I did a plunk test with three different reloads and everything looked fine. The round wasn't covered like some of my other guns, but it looked like the only part of the round exposed was the web of the brass. I shot it Tuesday with no problems. I'm happy with my purchase.

    X5 Legion

    Found one at a local sporting goods store. They had two in stock.

    X5 Legion

    Those thing are hard to find.

    Loading mags

    I shoot Limited now. I keep shoving them in until it is full. If I shoot Production, fire 6 or 7 rounds, is there a way to know how many is in there, or do I have to empty the mag and start over?

    Loading mags

    Thinking about buying a P320 x5 Legion and shoot Production. Is there any trick to knowing how many rounds are in the mag?
  10. At a state match, when a guy showed clear, I noticed that the bullet came out of the case and was stuck in the chamber. If he would not have shown me the chamber, he would have had a problem on the next stage.
  11. Guess I'm just venting, but my last match was miserable. Checking Practiscore before the match, I noticed that a vast majority of the shooters I was squadded with were unclassified. I like to see new shooters, but spread them out a little. There were only two ro's. Even after begging, a few didn't tape. It took us longer to shoot, and the next squad was always waiting on us. And it was hot, in the 90's. Overall, not a fun day.
  12. Not if they want to be called a USPSA match. They don't change the rules for an open match or a limited match or any other match. After thinking about this for a minute, I might be changing my mind. I have never seen an open only match or a limited only match. If you are going to limit yourself to PCC only, I really don't care what rules you follow.
  13. So 40 minor shoots softer than 9mm? Maybe I should work up a minor load for 40 and shoot that at everything.
  14. I shoot USPSA Limited Major. I also shoot some outlaw steel and weekly matches at a local range that doesn't recognize power factor. I use my Edge in 40 cal to shoot it all. I'm trying to work up a minor load for my 40, but I'm considering picking up an Edge in 9mm to use for the non-power factor matches. With it, I wouldn't have to change my grip on the gun, it would be like shooting the same gun, only less recoil. The 9mm could also be my backup gun when traveling to matches. Does this sound like a good idea?
  15. If I have to worry about an RO not holding the timer right, or having my own timer because I'm worried about someone trying to cheat me, or if the timer picked up all the shots, that would take all the fun out of it. I shoot mostly local matches and do it for fun, which a vast majority of us do. All the RO's I shoot with are honest people, and if any mistake is made, it's corrected the best way we can (according to the rules) and move on.
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