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  1. Yes it's legal SSP or ESP Also USPSA Production, it's on the list. Add optics and you can go CO with both organizations. I have 15k rounds EACH through two guns. It's solid, great, dependable.
  2. Here is a comparison to another similar SF gun.
  3. What does the pro model weigh? (with an empty mag). IDPA is 43 ounce limit.
  4. They sell an attachment to add the optic. They even sell the optic....See my recent review below. Bore axis is mitigated by a lighter slide than "other" guns....q5sf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjc4y3R9UoM&t=1s
  5. I've had good success with the Arex Alpha. Decent amount of abuse and held up almost flawlessly. It is a well made machine. Here is my review, please hit the like button! https://youtu.be/bjc4y3R9UoM
  6. watch the tanfoglios for IDPA. Pretty sure only one model is legal.
  7. That's where I got my current drill from. He has the best stuff that I've seen to date.
  8. I'm doing a drill now that has me aim gun and when beep sounds pull trigger as fast as I can and watch for sight movement. I still get some movement from time to time and I believe it has to do with "milking" the gun or when you move your trigger finger, the whole hand flexes just enough to cause sight movement. Anyone have a different drill that worked for them to separate trigger finger movement from twitching hand? My grip is good. I feel it has a little to do with hand tension, but it's not always consistent. EDIT: when I do my drill above, I do NOT rest finger on trigger, rather
  9. I will say, my favorite part (on paper) is striker fired. better than DA/SA imho
  10. Too late in the offseason. I already committed to buying 2 Arex Alphas for competition season. Was looking for a full metal frame 9mm and AA was the only option that worked for me and IDPA. IF they would have announced something 2 months ago........I would have waited. My buddy went from the polymer Q5 to a Glock just last month. He talked to Walther and got no solid info about this new gun so he didn't think it was happening and went Glock. Oh well, maybe next year. And if this thing doesn't fit in the IDPA box, they will be missing a huge opportunity.
  11. IDPA weight.....43oz max and that gun stock is around 42......And, was that a box for IDPA or USPSA? Thanks!
  12. How much more do they weigh? At stock that thing is real close to weight.
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