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  1. If I understand you right Sdlrodeo, you're asking, if the target is less than 10 ft. from shooter how close(or far from) to the target does the the ad have to be before it is a dq? For example, if the target is 4 ft. in front of the shooter but the shooter hits the ground 6 ft to the left of the target while swinging to the target, but still within 10 ft of him is that an ad subject to dq?
  2. Yes they sell parts. I can't say if you'd save any money in the end, but if you just want the pleasure of doing it yourself that's good.
  3. I was recently in the same boat as you OP. I was torn between the mpx and jp. I went with the jp mainly because everyone around here has one and I never could get an mpx in my hands to try. I really do love my jp and I only have about 1800 into it. As to changing out parts, order the magpul acsl stock, you'll love it. I was wondering about the trigger and whether to get the modular trigger they have. I went with the advice of the jp person I ordered from. I asked what I would be getting in terms of performance from the modular and he said "nothing". I went with the standard competition trigger and I love it, Works just as good as any trigger I've had. I am still not sure about the handguard. I may change it out later but so far it is ok.
  4. I'm 98% sure that, within sammi (sp) specs, the gun doesn't care. The mags are the main restriction.
  5. I have a Colt complete gun. I put an Armaspec Rhino R-23 magwell on mine. It is meant for an ar15 but it does help quite a bit with reloads. But nothing is really fast with Colt mags and lowers. That's partly why I just bought a JP.
  6. I made bold--- Would it be true then that if the pcc is unloaded the safety does not have to be applied?
  7. I know this is kinda "out there" but, the other day I saw a for sale ad here for a watch style timer. Maybe the host club could require the open shooters to wear one of them and the ro wouldn't need to be near him to record time. Might work well for 22 shooters at steel challenge also. Just a thought...
  8. Do you mean that after shooter is at start position and make ready command is given, THEN the shooter moves somewhere else. Why would he???
  9. Did you go buy lottery tickets that day too??
  10. OK, 3 person committee, that makes sense. I'll read more when I get more time. Thanks Yeah, good point about locals. We all know each other pretty much.
  11. I have questions about arbitration. All I have shot is level one matches where we are lucky to have enough ro's for every squad. The md is also runniing a squad and shooting. If you want to arbitrate a call and if it happens to be on the md's squad, who do you arbitrate to/with? Isn't that the fox guarding the henhouse? And an earlier post said the fee is only as much as the entry fee. Is that correct? That's the first I'd heard that, but I've never studied those rules.
  12. OK, thanks. I'm hoping I won't need to do anything to mine, but....
  13. Just got notice today, 6-7-19, that it's readt to ship. So right at 8 weeks. WOO HOOOO!!!
  14. I just went through that decision too and I went with JP. Just got my shipping notice today. My trigger finger is twitching already. Shadow--what did you do to tune the buffer? I ordered mine with the 5 steel weights, short stroke set-up.
  15. "Overzealous" That's the word I was looking for. Some peoples worry and obsession about sweeping is just plain stupid and devoid of any common sense.
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