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Is this SS legal

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Building a 1911 SS rig for uspsa. I know single stacks are legal with a light rail as long as shorter then 3.25 from rear of slide stop. 

Is it legal to have a dust cover just as long but without a light rail? Still shorter then 3.25 of course. 

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What caliber? Would be tough to make weight in 9mm. Dunno about 40, but weight shouldn't be a problem if it's a 45.

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I think you might want to get a ruling from DNROI. If you read the rulebook, the sentence starts with " Factory installed light rail attachments", I do not see any way to attach a light to that as presented. It would be a shame to build a gun that is not legal, whether it makes weight or not.

Jay

 

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The intent of the rule was to have the dust cover and the light rail to both be no longer than 3.25 inches. In hindsight I could have worded it a bit clearer.

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Thanks Gary. Figured it would be okay. I'll bring it to nationals and worse case I win open right?

its a .40 and will make weight. 

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Sometimes Open at the Single Stack has some good competition:)

Hope you stay out of there.

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Could you just machine a couple grooves in the bottom of the dust cover? I don't think they are attaching lights in the chrono area to see if rails are functional...

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On ‎11‎/‎12‎/‎2016 at 7:51 PM, Gary Stevens said:

Sometimes Open at the Single Stack has some good competition:)

Hope you stay out of there.

Think I'll bring my open gun to IL just in case  :)

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