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Looks like it would fit in BUG loaded to 6 rounds, with a max of 3 more mags on the belt. 24 total rounds

Can be shot in CCP and ESP using 7 round mags with 3 on the belt. 29 total rounds.

 

8.1.4 Division Capacity
SSP, ESP, SPD............. 10 rounds
CDP, CCP.................... 8 rounds
REV, BUG-S................ 6 rounds
BUG-R........................ 5 rounds total
In all semi-auto divisions except BUG-S, the shooter will also start with one additional round in the chamber, unless the stage description requires otherwise.
8.1.5 Loading Device Count
A. A “loading device” is a magazine, speed loader, or moon clip.
B. Shooters starting with 8 or more rounds in all loading devices are allowed to start with the loaded firearm plus
two additional loading devices.
C. Shooters starting with 6 or 7 rounds in all loading devices are allowed to start with the loaded firearm plus three
additional loading devices.
D. Shooters starting with 5 or fewer rounds in all loading devices are allowed to start with the loaded firearm plus
four additional loading devices.
E. No additional loading devices beyond the above limits may be used during a string.
8.1.6 Unserviceable Firearm Rule

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Just depends on the club.

anywhere from 2 to 6 yards to 15 to 20.

Match couple weeks ago had 2 out in the open stages at 10 yards and 4 other stages the engagement was 4 to 12.

When I practice I always start off with slow 15 yard head shots then go from 4 to 10 yards with several targets in between. 

I made a drill I call the Big.V that can be shot so many different ways and I shoot from 2 yards to 12 yards.

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22 hours ago, gasfreak said:

Thanks for the info guys. What are some must haves to start out with?

 

solid holster for strong side use (IWB or OWB) on a proper gun belt

3 magazines (4 is better)

2 single or one double mag holder

hearing and eye protection

some form of concealment garment (stiffer is better)

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