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  1. Not very serious, but I enjoy the sport and people a lot and enjoy dry firing. I also really enjoy efficiency and the satisfaction of how things feel when they’re slippery smooth and “bam, just right.” I’d rather dry fire than watch TV.
  2. There was an older thread that’s now archived that had some really good advice about making M if you put in the work. I followed that like gospel and made M within a year of my initial classification. Now I’m looking at the next phase and wondering how people in the previous thread have done in the last 3-4 years since the last thread. Any advice for making the jump from M to GM?
  3. Unless they consider a magnet not a pouch because it doesn’t encircle the magazine?
  4. Does this will allow magnets that aren’t associated with pouches?
  5. Dunno. People are creative and motivated. Keep moving forward. Millions of new shooters are a new market. USPSA might look different with loss of @Brooke types. And might look very different in the future. But if the sport is creative and motivated it’ll work out. Whether there are “just for fun” Airsoft divisions so people can still work on their footwork and gaming or 22LR divisions with sub minor scoring. Adapt or die. I’d argue that the ammo manufacturers ARE thinking of long term instead of short term.
  6. Is this what we are going to wind up doing if the ammo shortage continues?! (it kind of looks fun)
  7. Mine did not. Some people's do. I've installed two kits. Both fit without any modification. They do have instructional videos on what to do if it doesn't quite fit. Yes, it did make a difference in reach. There are plenty of youtube videos floating around about it.
  8. https://cajungunworks.com/product/rrk-t2-reach-reduction-kit/ I bought one and resisted installing it for a while. Finally did and... bought more for the back up guns. Well worth the money, IMO
  9. I went back to stock firing pin and it turns out it fires all my primers. The extended firing pin makes a Shadow 2 not drop safe and was thought to have contributed to the NY RO injury.
  10. Actually, three carry guns: One in a holster loaded. One dirty AF in the range bag that only gets cleaned when malfunctioning. One for dedicated dry fire (unloaded and clean so I don’t piss off the wife leaving dirty oil smudges everywhere). I shot CO to a goal of “M” by practicing classifier skills. Now I’m shooting Open... but with a “carry optics major” setup. For me personally, carry optics with major ammo has recoil more similar to self defense 9mm out of a smaller carry gun. My CO gun with gamer 9mm minor feels like a 22LR, lol.
  11. Thanks! My ego prevents me from going to a USPSA match and not working on my USPSA stuff. Really good point about variance in start positions and vests. IDPA was more to have some Winter options for matches, but as you said... human nature and mission creep.
  12. Great idea! Thanks for the help! Something like this might work! (Ironically, the shirt says “forget the rules...”)
  13. Legal is legal, right? Otherwise the requirement would be 10 jumping jacks and remain concealed. There’s no requirement that the concealment has to be walk around-able (it is, though).
  14. Oh for sure running different gear and belts. I was more referencing a full speed mag change versus having to sweep clothes away from the mag before getting to it. I don’t want to build inefficiency into my normal USPSA mag change stroke. This is what I was trying to do: It’s gamey because it’s a short sweatshirt tucked underneath the bottom of the holster so it passes coverage test. But I can use the pocket to get a better handle on the garment and when I pull it up, it rolls under itself... staying out of the way of the magazine for reload. It’s g
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