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  • Reply to: April Match is in the Bag..   6 years 9 months ago

    It was fun guys. Great shooting with great friends. See you guys next month. I will be classifying CDP with my Dan Wesson CBOB I won last year from NVSA. Membership does have its benefits. cheeky

  • Reply to: IDPA   6 years 9 months ago

    Ok I got Squad 4

    Ty

    Wendy

    Sean

    Lynn

  • Reply to: Never Fails, Does It!   6 years 9 months ago

    You can never have too many guns. Congrats on the find.

  • Reply to: Anyone interested in this weekends stages?   6 years 9 months ago

    Your right I don't have any distances.  Because ......I haven't made up my mind. Its a basic layout, I figure the rest as I set it up. I cant visualize distances well.

    1) your right it is an oversight. I will correct it should read.

    STAGE PROCEDURE: Starting at P1. Turn and fire 2 rounds at T1-T4 While moving to cover at P2. From P2 engage T5&6 from either side of barrel

    2) It should read:

    Safety Officer must watch our for people rushing P2 or P3.

    In IDPA you are not allowed to move in front of a target that has not been engaged. While at P1 you will turn shoot T1. Then you may move to either P2, Or P3 Shooters choice. No matter which way you go you will at some point be exposed to either T4 or T5. Because you cannot run to P2 or P3 without exposing yourself you will have to use the wall as you approach you next shooting position carefully without  exposing more than 50% of your upper torso and 100% of your lower half.

    So basically because shooting T1 and going to your second position will happen so fast the SO will not have time to yell cover and you to correct. That is why I put the note to SO's in there. Will explain more Sunday.

    3) An up and down target is the Jack in the box target. It rises up and exposes a threat target then drops. The PP1 will be the activator for the Up Down target. Shoot PP1 and a cable pulls the release on the up and down target.

    See you Sunday.

    Ty

     

     

  • Reply to: Anyone interested in this weekends stages?   6 years 9 months ago

    Got it now, looks fun. Now I have a couple of questions, and remember, I"ve never shot IDPA before, so they may be stupid questions.

    You dont have any distances posted on any of the 4 stages. Is this normal or an oversight?

    On Stage 1, you make no mention of T5 and T6. I think this is an oversight.

    On Stage 2, you mention that the Safety Officer must wash our for people rushing P2 or P3. I guess I just don't understand what you are getting at.

    On Stage 3, what is an up-down target? I'm assuming PP1 is a steel target that falls when hit?

     

     

  • Reply to: Need a little help   6 years 9 months ago

    Thanks for the information. I've ordered the Dade speedloaders, and some of the safariland CD-2 holders. I'll have to see how they work after I get them. In the meantime, I sent a message to Bobby asking for more information on the SL Variant to verify that he has loaders that will fit. Dang, getting to be a hassel for me. Should have just bought another gun! Ha Ha

  • Reply to: Anyone interested in this weekends stages?   6 years 9 months ago

    My bad.  devil

  • Reply to: Need a little help   6 years 9 months ago

    CPWSA

    They show the K & L Pouches. I have bought from them and still own Ready Tactical N frame pouches. You are welcome to borrow them at the next event if you want to try them out. I ran SL VARIANT Speedloaders with 45Autorim in Classic.

    BobMacs it the only importer of SL Variant product from Germany to my knowledge. Some claim they are the hottest ticket in town. Unlike the Safariland that holds a group of bullets the SL Variant holds each one individually. Any 625 shooters that ever want to give autorim a go just let me know. Here is their press release

    I just saw on their website that SL Variant also makes Speadloaders for your Model27. FYI, not cheap, but what about this sport is.

  • Reply to: Need a little help   6 years 9 months ago

    Ty, I went to the ebay link you provided and bought some of the reloaders. Heck, I'll give them a try and see what happens. Now to just find a holder for them.

  • Reply to: Anyone interested in this weekends stages?   6 years 9 months ago

    Ty, I'm interested and clicked "here" but nothing came up. I think you left off the link.

  • Reply to: Anyone interested in this weekends stages?   6 years 9 months ago

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  • Reply to: Anyone interested in this weekends stages?   6 years 9 months ago

    Look down

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Oh its here you are supposed to click.

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