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  1. perttime

    Shoot ALL the Targets Dummy!!!

    "If you are finished ... ??? ... Unload, and..."
  2. perttime

    Is 38SC dead ?

    One issue that pops up here pretty frequently is that people spill powder when loading 9mm with enough slow powder for Major. You need the machine working really smoothly.
  3. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    I'd say that out of Limited, Production, Single Stack and Revo, only Limited is really "Starter / New Guy" friendly. Revolver: sure if you enjoy the frustration of reload speed (or lack of) determining the results. Single Stack: Nice, except still leans towards the importance of reloads USPSA Production: Nice, except leans towards the importance of reloads, just like SS Limited: you can shoot the game without worrying about reloads all that much
  4. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    Is it just me, or are there really frequent threads with the question "I'm new. Should I start at Limited or Production." Mostly, the answer seems to be "Start at Limited, because you don't have to reload so often".
  5. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    What is the point of Production, then. Why have it at all? I'm old enough to remember those days - and tend to agree. I'm sure Minor existed back then too.
  6. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    With Minor only, using factory 9mm is not a handicap for the beginners who were expected to pick up the division.
  7. perttime

    Chiappa...

    What do you use for holsters, and reloads?
  8. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    WHY would you shoot Production using a .40 or .45?
  9. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    You have a Production gun that cannot take 15 round magazines?
  10. perttime

    Safety on for emergency reload

    In IDPA (and real world tactical situations) you sometimes must keep the old magazine with you. As I understand it, IDPA requires you to keep the old magazine, unless you went empty before the reload. No need to flick the safety on. Your index finger is your safety.
  11. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    Yep. Apparently USPSA Production is all about shooting a gun with 10 round capacity, instead.
  12. perttime

    post your 1911/2011 pictures

    First, I thought there's ports on it (for a retro/modern Open gun) - but it must be for Limited. Right?
  13. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    I've always understood that the whole point of Production is (was?) being able to use modern out-of-the-box handguns that you could actually carry.
  14. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    That can be turned around too. If you want to reload every 8-10 rounds, then go USPSA Single Stack or IPSC Classic. That’s plain and simple.
  15. perttime

    Production to 15 rounds instead of 10.

    IPSC already has a Division where you can get 10 rounds of 9mm: Classic. As has been mentioned, USPSA Production is not anywhere near production guns, any more. I don't really see how the rules could be aligned.
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