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Old September 4, 2002, 06:40 PM   #9
another okie
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I have shot only three IPSC matches and hence am also a newbie. The advice above is absolutely correct - shoot what you've got a few times. There are probably two or three IPSC clubs within driving range, so you can shoot a lot if you want.

That said, and to answer your question, if I were buying one gun to use as much as possible in IPSC and IDPA it would be a Glock 35, the long-barrelled competition model in .40. You can make major with it, load it down for a soft-shooting minor, use in it Production or Limited 10 as it stands, or get some high caps and use it in Limited. And it works great for IDPA, too. If you really want a 9mm, the glock 34 will also work great for Production IPSC and SSP IPDA.
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