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Old March 14, 2000, 07:35 AM   #5
Malpaso
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Join Date: March 8, 2000
Location: MA
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Good points Matt. I'm not planning on competitive centerfire bullseye, just some friendly Wednesday night matches at my club. I compete in .22 Bullseye, and during the summer off season some of the guys bring their .45s and we shoot a match of each. The reason I chose the .40 is that I've been shooting a Glock .40 for years (just sold it) and have thousands of rounds made up for it. I don't want to start loading another caliber. I know if I get serious I will need to go to the .45. Thanks.
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