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Old September 25, 2010, 11:23 PM   #1
chris in va
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Our second IDPA match

My friend Angela and I entered our second 'fun shoot' IDPA match this evening and it was a real eye opener, as it was done in near darkness.

Things we learned:

Lasers are a good thing.

Weapon mounted light is preferred to a handheld, as shooting one handed is nowhere near as accurate.

Get familiar with reloading procedures, blindfolded.

Double stack guns are a plus (I have both single and double).

IDPA is a LOT of fun.

Oh...and as we were shooting shotguns, I can really see where a Saiga 12 would come in handy as we had to switch bird/buck/slugs.

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Old September 26, 2010, 09:06 AM   #2
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Low light for your second shoot is really jumping in the deep end. Glad you had fun.
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