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  1. I really just want a Kadet to shoot, but my only CZ is a CTS and they don't fit. I figured if I got a new CZ gun in .40 then I could maybe run it as a backup in limited class USPSA matches. I don't really want another 9mm. I'd like a flat trigger, and a trigger job (preferably single action only), but the hammer spring can't be so light that it won't ignite the .22 rounds. Any advice on which CZ to pick?
  2. Thank you very much for taking the time to measure the mag! Mine were all higher than 9.8, mostly higher than 10mm. I adjusted them to 9.8mm in the front and back, and they ran great when practicing today! I appreciate the time you took to do the measurements, as I couldn't find anything officially stating them! That was very helpful!
  3. I'm having some feed issues that may be mag related. When I try to check them with a caliper, it seems that they all have slightly different measurements. They've been dropped on concrete floors plenty of times, so I imagine they've all been slightly bent, and I want to return them to factory specs. However, I can't find what measurement they are supposed to be. What should the front and back of the mag measure on a stock TS mag when checked with calipers?
  4. I always stand at arms length at the start, and try to stay close as I can during the run. I guess it just bothers me that there may be a situation that i can’t stop. But if I’m aware of a new shooter, I always review what I expect them to do at each command. That may have helped. I will certainly make it a point to tell new shooters to holster slowly. No point in racing at that step. Come out of the holster fast, sure, but put it back slow and safe.
  5. I wasn’t there, but one of the local clubs had a guy with a negligent discharge while holstering with his finger on the trigger and he shot himself through the leg. This has me spooked now to RO a new shooter. I mean, you think you have control of the situation, but if the guy holsters quickly, you only have a split second to say stop if you see a finger in the guard. I always holster really slow with my finger completely off the gun so the RO can see it. But what if someone goes from taking a sight picture to holster really quick and you don’t have time to react? Or
  6. What I've seen done at the matches that do them would be to create a new name with a number on it. Your first run and the rest of the match is Bob Smith 1, your second run with just the classifier is Bob Smith 2. Both names have your USPSA number on them. But I don't know what happens with the data once it's sent to USPSA. I would assume that they take the best score, but maybe they just take the first score.
  7. I had heard that the rule changed where you can't just re-shoot a classifier into the ground until you get a good score. Most clubs that I go to have stopped letting you re-shoot multiple times, but some still offer one re-shoot while others say that you can't do that anymore. I can't find the rule in the book regarding this, and am seeking clarification before I offer it at a match.
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