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  1. Yeah same. I don't know what a J hook is. I do run titanium pins...
  2. Where do I get my hands on that stuff? I definitely like his article. I even tried ATF, but man, smells way too much compared to Mobil 1.
  3. Thanks for the input guys, it seems to me that nobody at least whome said something here, thinks it's reasonable to abide by all fault lines from all PoCs at all times.
  4. So when the SO issued the PE, he said that you have to abide by all fault lines from all PoCs. This strikes me as odd but defendable interpretation of the rules. For me, PoC is mutually exclusive. You may be able to physically stand in a single place and be in multiple PoCs at a time, but for the purpose of faulting, only one fault line can be used to determine if you are in or out and that's defined by which target you are engaging. The alternative, is that you have to abide by all fault lines on the stage at all times. I don't think the rule book has anything to support one interpretation over the other explicitly, but it certainly makes stage design much harder with a "all fault lines" approach since it would be very easy to end up making stages that simply cannot be shot, like my example where only at position C are you within all fault lines, but cannot see any targets. Is this covered in match admin?
  5. Thanks for the input, but it's still basically the opposite of what I'm trying to get to the bottom of. If I shoot from a, target T1, do I get a PE for faulting the cover line eminating from P2? If I shoot from b, target T1, do I get a PE for faulting the cover line eminating from P3? I completely understand that it's possible to be behind all cover lines on a stage at one time, my question is do you HAVE to be behind all cover lines at all times and failing that get a foot fault PE.
  6. But in such an instance, you are not asked to respect all lines of cover at all times. You're picking a side, and your respecting the fault line attached to that cover. What I'm asking about, is if you are to engage a target, can you be subject to other fault lines beyond the one attached to the PoC you are firing from? ie. like in my diagram, fault lines extending from completely separate cover objects / poc.
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    P320 X5 Thread

    It also confirms DPP footprint and Romeo1 Pro having a DPP footprint... I wonder where the Sig Romeo 2? MAX sits ...
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    P320 X5 Thread

    Does anyone have the spec sheet that's just a thumbnail in this? It looks like a metalish frame, so... how much weight exactly? Whoop, just saw the osage county page, 43.5OZ!!!
  9. I've been using those sleeves for golf for a few years now. They are wonderful. The white does a great job of reflecting the sun's energy, it literally feels cool when you wear them. And not applying as much sunscreen means your hands aren't as... gooey for golf..... ahem... shooting. Amazon has a lot of options for those sleeves, like 3 pair for $10 kinda thing. I have a few of them in every bag I own in case I'm caught out by the freak occurrences of burning hot sun here in PNW.
  10. WSB: Starting at P1, draw and engage T1. Proceed through the stage shooting available targets from cover. For the purpose of this diagram I've included hypothetical positions A,B and C where a shooter is engaging T1 from the cover of P1. A is inside the fault line of P1, outside of the fault line projected by P2, inside of the fault line projected by P3 B is inside the fault line of P1, inside of the fault line projected by P2, outside of the fault line projected by P3 C is inside the fault line of P1, insideof the fault line projected by P2, inside of the fault line projected by P3, but also can no longer has T1 visible to the shooter. Please explain what you think should happen. Please assume this stage is already built, and you are the shooter that has just been issued a penalty and you've asked the RO, what rule was broken? If you are adamant that this stage design is simply illegal, please provide the rule that the stage designer needed to abide by. This happened to a shooter this weekend on a similar stage.
  11. Yes, that would be an example (of potentially many examples) of a stage where more than one fault line is on the stage. Beyond the fault line of your immediate PoC, another fault line could be eminating from another PoC on the other side of the bay, a dozen yards away). Could you as a shooter engaging a single target, be required to respect more than the singular fault line emanating from the PoC you are utilizing to shoot that target with? What rule supports the use of multiple fault lines per PoC or shooting position?
  12. Me standing and firing upon a single target, are there legal stage layouts in which I will be required to respect multiple fault lines to fire upon that target and not receive a PE?
  13. Can a shooter, be subject to multiple fault lines while engaging a target? Please refer to rules that support this. I have my own thoughts but I don't want to taint the jury pool... and I'm not an SO.
  14. Which prizms stand out? I have 3 different prizm lenses but I'm not sure if I see a difference.
  15. It does take significant practice, initially it'll only be faster for 1 target, but as you get better at transitions you can take a few more targets from the hip without it being faster to simply shoulder. My cross over is 3 targets. 4 targets it's faster to shoulder.
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