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Old September 19, 2018, 01:41 AM   #26
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I've been shooting IPSC/USPSA since 1978 and IDPA since 2001.

All my guns have always been stock except for sights except for my Colt Combat Commander that has different sights and a speed safety and a trigger job (4-3/4 lbs) and a beavertail grip safety.

I usually shoot in Production Class in USPSA and in Stock Service Pistol class in IDPA although I am classified in everything in both disciplines except for CCO. That's my next project.

I like the old IDPA classifiers (both the 90 round version and the 72 round version) as tests of basic skills. Shoot those a bunch of times and note where you have problems and that way you know what to practice further. The 5 X 5 classifier is a nice little CoF too.
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