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Everything posted by mreed911

  1. I owe the match a larger post with vendor tags, but wanted to say that from a competitor standpoint this was a flawlessly run match. Whenever next year's match is posted I'll be on the list again.
  2. In all the notes about this match, I thought I saw something that said there was an open bay for verifying zero. Is that the case? I had to make an optic change and it would save me a range trip if I could do it there. If not, I'll handle it.
  3. His nipples get hard when he plays coy.
  4. So what, specifically, was his mistake? Was it something not shown in the video? Where do you see that in the video?
  5. Nope, the DQ was called for on-screen action. Incorrectly. The rules don't require that. In fact, they specifically allow for unbagging at the berm without supervision.
  6. You can't do whatever you want when unbagging a PCC at the berm, regardless of who's paying attention. The rules are clear on what can and can't be done and BOTH sides should be enforced as written.
  7. That's not the rules, either, though. The rules are clear and should be enforced.
  8. Immediately before the stop you can see him looking up through the optic, finger outside the trigger guard. From that view alone (and not seeing if the optic was manipulated prior to that), this is not a valid DQ. There is no rule saying how high or low a PCC must be held when oriented vertically, and looking in/at/through an optic is not manipulation. Competitor should have arbitrated and won if the DQ was upheld by the RM. Bad call.
  9. I have the TK Shadow mount on my Victories (two of them). They're not super-thin because they need enough depth to set the screws into, but they're significantly lower than the included rail. I enjoy them and TK's customer service is incredible... I needed some extra screws/posts and they shipped them out no charge, no questions asked.
  10. Thanks for actually doing the math. I now stand corrected - picking up the mike on steel did, in this case, make a positive difference vs. the time involved.
  11. First hit is low and below the calibration zone. Second hit is dead on in the zone. Third hit is a little higher and it falls. No comment on the power factor... but the second hit would have been enough to call for calibration and the third hit makes it seem as though a calibration challenge would have failed. Not sure the extra time for the third shot was worth picking up a mike on this stage - someone faster than me can do the math. Since he engaged, it would have been just the mike, not a FTSA/procedural.
  12. A repeatedly failing target, on the other hand, goes against competitive equity.
  13. Now I just need to find a way to add a red dot... https://www.kygunco.com/Product/View?ItemNo=157804
  14. One shirt per registration for multiple guns since they're the same price? Two registrations, two shirts?
  15. If you want to test your mettle with stock Glocks, GSSF is looking for you. Every division by rule is bone-stock/OEM except for "Unlimited."
  16. Almost none of those had time to get a new holster, practice their draw or get used to the feel of a new configuration prior to nationals. I expect to see MANY more next year.
  17. It's also a mountain/range: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clinch_Mountain
  18. Now I'm curious - your profile says Clinch Mountain. Dawson is northwest of Georgetown, TX. Did you move?
  19. We have different definitions of that, then. Folks expect to use the full capacity of their magazines.
  20. What they have are > 10 round mags. If they want to "run what they have," they'll need to do it in Limited, CO or Open for now. You can't have this both ways.
  21. You can run magazines loaded to full capacity in Production? Since when? Like it or not, Limited or Carry Optics are the entry level divisions - a place for people to start, get a feel and not worry about the rules, especially now that equipment position isn't an issue.
  22. If true, that's against the rules. The glossary defines that.
  23. Is there a tie-down rig that meets the requirements of
  24. If it seems that way, it's because you don't understand the safety systems on striker guns. Very different from a Series 70-style SA gun with the safety off... more like a Series 80.
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