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Old February 4, 2002, 08:33 AM   #6
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Join Date: February 20, 1999
Location: home on the range; Vermont (Caspian country)
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Your thinking is flawed.

It is NOT the gun.

If a gun is reliable and sufficiently accurate then it becomes simply a test of skill.
Reread this.

Example: in January I competed at the S&W Academy with 69 other IPSC shooters. All classes and gun-types were well-represented.
Overall winner shot in Production Class, beating EVERYONE ELSE.

To be clear on what that means: ten rd maximum in magazines, scored Minor, stock gun (gun used was Glock 9mm), holster and mag carriers worn behind the hip-center.

This shooter beat others using optically-sighted compensated pistols holding up to 30 rds, drawn from holsters worn in competition-only positions, and mag carriers worn at the front.

Please convince me it was his gun.....................
"all my ammo is mostly retired factory ammo"
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