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Old October 28, 2012, 09:06 PM   #8
scottys1
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Join Date: May 21, 2004
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I agree with Imccrock and Ronbert. Take what you already have and go shoot some matches.

I started with a ported 9mm EAA Witness, a cheap holster, and borrowed mag pouches. The porting put me into open class but I didn't care. I learned a lot in my first few matches. I was lucky enough to be able to practice with some local hot shooters. They gave me a lot of help, advice, and coaching which saved me a lot of coin on later purchases.

As said already, spend your money on ammo and get in plenty of match oriented practice before thinking about new equipment.
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