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  1. I'm looking to buy a new toy for the range. Since I'm working EVERY weekend for the foreseeable future I most likely will NEVER use this gun for competition, so I'm not concerned whatsoever about which one is legal for which division class blah, blah, blah. I am simply wanting a superb shooting pistol for plinking steel at my gun club. I have narrowed it down to a few I'm very interested in, but I have never had the opportunity to shoot any of them. I did own an STI Staccato-P, and I really liked it...but when I found out they were releasing a 5" version I sold it to fund a precision rifle build. I had planned to replace it later on with the Staccato-P5, but that model went tits-up before it was ever released. So here are the pistols in which I'm interested. All would be 9mm caliber CZ-75 TSO STI Staccato XL Walther PPQ Q5 SF Standard (dont like the magwell on the Pro) Arex Rex Alpha Sig P210 Target Or... Wait for the Dan Wesson DWX to be released. Just curious which one YOU would choose, or if there's a model you would avoid, and why (i.e. cost-vs-law of diminishing returns, factory support, aftermarket parts availability, etc, etc) . Any input greatly appreciated. Thanks
  2. Hey guys! I just wanted to get your opinion on this new Sig Sauer Romeo5 XDR Compact Red Sight 2 I found on Bereli. Its on sale for 149.99 and figured I couldn't pass it up. But I'm not so sure about it and would love a second (and third and forth...) opinion. Is it worth it? is it a good price? Good quality? Are there better options out there? Please let me know. Thanks in advance SigSauerRedDot.webp
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  4. I'm new to 3 gun / multigun but I'm not new to shooting. I'm prior service Army but I'm not special forces. Very ordinary forces in fact. I am used to Mil/L.E. firearms so these 3lb triggers are going to scare me to death. I am looking forward to learning and evolving my kit. I have a glock 34 with a few mods, a sig m400, and have yet to make a shotgun purchase but am leaning toward the benelli m2. I want to mod the shotgun for easier loading and am willing to buy the three gun ready benelli, but am wondering if it might be better to use a local pro and add mods as I learn what I like. I'd like your opinion on a 24 v.s. 26in barrel for the shotgun. I am curious about belts, holsters, mag pouches and shell caddies. So I'd also like your opinion on that gear. I'll dive in to my first match as soon as I find one close by. In N. Texas it looks like they have one at the first weekend of the month. Heard good things about this forum.
  5. Hey everyone! First, let me say I wasn't sure exactly where the right place to put this topic is, so to the moderators if this is in the wrong section of the forum please move it wherever it should be. Now, the reason I'm posting this thread is to discuss an idea that I've had for a while now. For years I've loved the idea of a race gun - lightweight, fast, powerful, accurate. Tuned machines that combine form and function to produce masterpieces of engineering and art. In addition, for nearly as long I've had a passion for AR-type and similar platforms, but in particular I really honestly am enthralled with the relatively recent trend of manufacturers releasing pistol versions of their well-known rifles and carbines. I recently acquired a new Sig Sauer P516 AR pistol, chambered in 5.56 with 7.5" barrel, and it has quickly and without question established itself as my current favorite gun. The reason I'm explaining all of this is because I only recently had a laughably strange thought, that has snowballed into a serious curiosity... Would it be possible to build an Open division race gun out of a pistol-caliber carbine-based pistol? I have one specific in mind - The new Sig MPX-P, a new proprietary platform developed by Sig, modular in design and available in a pistol variant. Here are some of the most important specs of the platform, if you're interested in reading about it more thoroughly please head over to Sig's product page (I would post a link but can't yet); - Chambered in 9mm, .40S&W or .357SIG - 8 inch barrel - 10, 20, and 30 round mags available - Side-folding stock with AR buffer tube and pistol stabilizing brace is removable (and would be removed for my purposes) Now, a quick disclaimer before I get laughed off the forum - I'm not insane. I am in NO WAY expecting a giant six or seven pound rifle-pistol to be competitive with and stand a chance of beating a highly-tuned, featherweight 2011. If winning was my goal, I'd be thinking about an STI or similar, a traditional more compact handgun. All I want to accomplish with this build would be to simply have some fun, do something differently than everyone else, and end up with a unique, enjoyable oddball of a pistol for my collection. As for more specifically which competitions set of Open Division regulations I wanted to frame my build within, another long-time favorite came to mind - Action Pistol/The Bianchi Cup. Much to my delight, after reading through the official rulebook for AP, I found there are nearly no limitations set on Open Division pistols. In fact the gist of my understanding of regulations for AP Open is "If it's safe, and it shoots at least a 9mm or bigger, you're good to go.". Not only that but I've always loved the brute, raw functionality of the open division guns - with raw blocks of metal on either side of the barrel shroud as barricade wings, tubular red dots, compensators, grip tape plastered all over the gun. That's the style in which I would like to modify an MPX. So, with everything I've just said, I'd like to hear from the experienced AP Open division shooters about this idea. When commenting, PLEASE keep in mind that I am NOT thinking I can slap a red dot and a couple wings on the the rails of this massive "pistol" and have even the slimmest chance at beating a race gun that's been designed, engineered and manufactured from the ground up, three times over, to win an Open Division title in AP. All I really need to know is if I've missed anything that would specifically bar the use of such a pistol-caliber carbine-pistol as the MPX-P? Everything I was able to get my hands on regarding the rules of the various divisions in AP/Bianchi would seem to imply that in the Open Division, truly anything that's safe is allowed to run. Is that a correct understanding? Lastly, before anyone says it, I know I'd have significant problems with finding a workable holster for the platform, just set aside that concern for now. Please post comments, thoughts, questions, etc. - Constructive criticism is always welcome, as long as it is constructive. Thank you all in advance!
  6. Sept 13th, 14th, 2014 $400 per student CCC Shooting Complex, just south of College Station TEXAS Contact Cat@cccshootingcomplex.com or 214-422-7793 for more info All courses held at CCC Shooting Complex Click here for MAP: http://cccshootingcomplex.com/map/ STAY AT THE HYATT: All guests of CCC Shooting Complex (Cawthon Cartridge Club) are able to get a discounted room rate of $89 by calling the Hyatt directly and using the promo code: CAWT Hyatt Place College Station 1100 University Drive East College Station, TX 77840 Phone: 979 846 9800 (Do NOT speak to nat’l reservations line, you MUST speak directly to Hyatt Place in College Station) Extreme Close Quarters Battle Pistol with Todd Rassa $400 per student Duration: 2 days / 16 hours The majority of shootings occur within 5-10 feet, yet most training courses are loaded with shooting at farther distances. This course teaches the student pistol fighting techniques and tactics within arms reach distances and differs from other Basic-CQB schools in that the student will not be asked to be defensive, but aggressive. The student will be able to take the lessons learned from this program and apply them to their personal training regimen or their agency’s training doctrine. This intense two-day school is designed for the operator, responsible citizen and instructor • Fundamentals of CQB • Point Shooting • Multiple Adversaries • Hand-to-Hand Tactics • Ground Fighting/Shooting • Zero Clearance/Point Contact Shooting • Shooting from within Confined Spaces • Knife Defense • Force-on-Force Scenario Training (when training site allows) Estimated round count: 400 rounds handgun Equipment List: • Pistol or revolver • 3 magazines / speedloaders minimum • Belt mounted, dominant side concealment holster or duty rig • Body armor (optional) • Magazine Pouches • Sturdy Belt at least 1.5” wide • Concealment garment or duty gear • Footwear suitable for rapid movement and turning and clothing suitable for training in all weather conditions • Hat with a brim • Wraparound eyewear, polycarbonate lenses or non-shattering prescription glasses • Earmuffs and earplugs COME MEET TODD RASSA Todd is currently a Sergeant with a very large Mid-Atlantic Police Department. He has 26 years of law enforcement experience and over a decade of firearms instructor experience. In addition to law enforcement, Todd is the President of High Calibre Training and Consulting and Founder of Todd Rassa Training. He has numerous firearms instructor certifications that include the SigSauer Academy, US Secret Service, Smith and Wesson Academy and a Mid Atlantic State Police Training Commission. During his career he has worked in the areas of Patrol, Detectives, Crash Reconstruction; Behavior-al Analysis and the Special Response Team. Todd is an active member of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), National Rifle Association (NRA), and the In-ternational Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI). Todd’s expertise in firearms training, survival tactics, counter-terrorism and terrorist threat assessment; hand-to-hand combat and behavioral analysis disciplines are sought after worldwide. The types of courses he creates and instructs are customized to accommodate a wide range of skill levels and backgrounds, such as: Law Enforcement, Special Forces, Military, Mental Health & Medical Profession, Public Education, Executive Protection, Private Contractors and responsible Citizens. Todd has also been an instructor with the SigSauer Academy for the past thirteen years, where he continues to teach his courses, as well as SigSauers’ standard curriculum. Todd’s courses extend across the country and to a countless number of students from around the globe. Todd’s work has been referenced and cited by others while his courses have garnered praise and awards. His work has not only appeared in print, but on both the small and large screens, having appeared on television shows and featured in a documentary film.
  7. Sept 12th, 2014 $200 per student CCC Shooting Complex, just south of College Station, TEXAS Contact Cat@cccshootingcomplex.com or 214-422-7793 for more info All courses held at CCC Shooting Complex. Click here for MAP: http://cccshootingcomplex.com/map/ STAY AT THE HYATT: All guests of CCC Shooting Complex (Cawthon Cartridge Club) are able to get a discounted room rate of $89 by calling the Hyatt directly and using the promo code: CAWT Hyatt Place College Station 1100 University Drive East College Station, TX 77840 Phone: 979 846 9800 (Do NOT speak to nat’l reservations line, you MUST speak directly to Hyatt Place in College Station) Realistic Combative Shotgun 1 (CSH1) with Todd Rassa $200 per student Duration: 1 day/ 8 hours The shotgun is one of the most popular and effective firearms platforms available. Most households own a least one shotgun and many consider it their primary home defense firearm. Most defensive uses of the shotgun occur within medium to very short range distances; however, most shotgun shooting schools focus on distance shooting. Realistic Combative Shotgun 1 will teach the student how to effectively use the shotgun in real-life defensive situations. In this fast paced one-day course we will practice techniques and tactics that will improve our overall shotgun handling skills and increase our abilities to succeed in a Realistic Combative Shotgun situation. Topics covered: • Design, Function and weapons craft • Tactical reloads • Multiple adversaries • Close quarters long gun shooting techniques • Shotgun Room Searches and Clearing Techniques Estimated Round Count: 250 rounds of shotgun ammunition Equipment Needed: • Pump or semi-auto shotgun (sling optional) • Footwear and clothing suitable for rapid movement, turning and shooting outside. • Shooting safety equipment (protective eyes, ears and a hat with a brim) COME MEET TODD RASSA Todd is currently a Sergeant with a very large Mid-Atlantic Police Department. He has 26 years of law enforcement experience and over a decade of firearms instructor experience. In addition to law enforcement, Todd is the President of High Calibre Training and Consulting and Founder of Todd Rassa Training. He has numerous firearms instructor certifications that include the SigSauer Academy, US Secret Service, Smith and Wesson Academy and a Mid Atlantic State Police Training Commission. During his career he has worked in the areas of Patrol, Detectives, Crash Reconstruction; Behavior-al Analysis and the Special Response Team. Todd is an active member of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), National Rifle Association (NRA), and the In-ternational Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI). Todd’s expertise in firearms training, survival tactics, counter-terrorism and terrorist threat assessment; hand-to-hand combat and behavioral analysis disciplines are sought after worldwide. The types of courses he creates and instructs are customized to accommodate a wide range of skill levels and backgrounds, such as: Law Enforcement, Special Forces, Military, Mental Health & Medical Profession, Public Education, Executive Protection, Private Contractors and responsible Citizens. Todd has also been an instructor with the SigSauer Academy for the past thirteen years, where he continues to teach his courses, as well as SigSauers’ standard curriculum. Todd’s courses extend across the country and to a countless number of students from around the globe. Todd’s work has been referenced and cited by others while his courses have garnered praise and awards. His work has not only appeared in print, but on both the small and large screens, having appeared on television shows and featured in a documentary film.
  8. Cascadia Tactical and the City of Auburn are proud to be co-sponsoring the SIG SAUER Multi-Pistol Armorer Certification course. Registration is open to All law enforcement officers, military, FFL holders and civilians with a valid CPL. This is a 3 year certification to perform warranty work on SIG pistols. This class is limited to 20 people. LOCATION: Auburn City Hall DATE: May 29-30, 2013 COST: $395.00 Registration is now open at the SIG SAUER Academy website: http://www.sigsaueracademy.com/cours...px?CourseID=33 Here is a course description from the SIG SAUER website: This comprehensive multi-gun armorer certification course will prepare students to fully service the complete line of classic SIG SAUER pistols (P220, P226, P228, P229 and P239) while maintaining the factory warranty. This hands-on program focuses on the mechanical functioning, complete disassembly/reassembly, maintenance. troubleshooting, and field repair of these pistols. Instructors will guide students through each step while encouraging active participation to ensure maximum retention of the material covered. Law enforcement armorers will also gain the knowledge necessary to develop a maintenance and inspection program for their department. A three-year certification is awarded upon successful completion of written and practical exams. For registration information, please contact Dave@CascadiaTactical.com
  9. Hi, I'm a new handgun owner from Seattle. Once upon a time I hunted semi-regularly and have long since ignored my firearms. Then all of a sudden the news media went crazy and guns guns guns was all they could talk about. I started thinking about my little arsenal of family weapons and decided to start shooting once again. I purchased a Sig Sauer P250 in .45 ACP and am getting used to that. I have an assortment of long guns including shotguns and hunting rifles. I have some vintage guns fromt the Civil War era but I don't imagine I'll be shooting those. I'm waiting for Brian to ship me a Dillon RL 550B and a metric sh@t-ton of accessories to make all of this more affordable. Cheers, ~Doug
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