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A Ruger of USPSA
« on: January 01, 2020, 12:35PM »
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Re: A Ruger of USPSA
« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2020, 01:27PM »
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Re: A Ruger of USPSA
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2020, 12:48PM »
A bit pricey ...

Also 5.25 inches I like as the max length for a revolver.  I am waiting for a 5 inch 8 shot 9mm revolver.  But at the same time wishing they donít make it.  Buying one would be more of an impulse buy than something based on my usage of it.  I shot one revolver match in 2019 and it was more out of support for ICORE matches at lipsa.  I donít see any this year schedule so likely I will not be shooting any
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Re: A Ruger of USPSA
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2020, 03:14PM »
Ruger MSRP's are always MUCH higher than what they actually sell for.
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Re: A Ruger of USPSA
« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2020, 06:25PM »
If they can come with a 5 inch in 9mm around 1k I might do something silly
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Re: A Ruger of USPSA
« Reply #5 on: January 06, 2020, 11:17AM »
Experimented with revolvers a few times, not for me. Except maybe a SAA just because.
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Re: A Ruger of USPSA
« Reply #6 on: January 06, 2020, 11:45AM »
I hear ya, revolver shooting is an acquired taste in USPSA.  I am planing to shoot production and revolver in 2020.  I figured stages are shot the same way nation wide in them 2.  Single stack is the same but to be really competitive shooting single stack minor is where is at and I prefer to shoot major in that division.

I tried to make certain guns I already own into things they were not meant t be in 2019, but it did not work out.  In order to be competitive in limited, open and PCC you need the right equipment and lots of $$ pesos.  And then you are not shooting the divisions the same nationwide here behind the iron curtain.  Nothing wrong with that.

2020 I want to concentrate more on competition and improving my classifications in both Production and revolver.  I want to do more level II matches and be decent at it
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Re: A Ruger of USPSA
« Reply #7 on: January 08, 2020, 12:07PM »
Know what you mean, though outside of the North East where the clubs are dealing with alot of magazine restrictions, they design stages differently to make it "fairer" for 10. I had more than one eye opener here in the Carolinas and for now retired Single stack major, to need 6 magazines for a 28 to 32 round stage for a 7 or 8 stage match gets frustrating fast.
 My advice, limited 10 which easy to expand to limited or Revolver.
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