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USPSA Range Officer shot

Discussion in 'Competitions & Upcoming Events' started by DRC458, Nov 11, 2020.

  1. BobbyV

    BobbyV Uh huh . . . sure

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    Dang. That's horrible.
     
  2. Gunbuffer

    Gunbuffer Sharpshooter

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    If that dudes cz had any pistol work done to it, that fellows in hot water
     
  3. trbii

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    I just recently got my RSO cert from the NRA. Wanted to help run matches safer, smoother, more quickly. Never considered a ND coming back at me. Dont think I’ve ever seen anyone compete with a DA/SA semi auto. Or a CZ brand pistol.I have felt the stress and nervous jitters of competition shooting, loading, shooting on command, by electronic timer while under close scrutiny of match officials and 5-10 fellow shooters. If new shooters would listen, I’d advise don’t push your speed past your current ability. Everybody starts somewhere. When reholstering (especially loaded pistol) look at your holster, reholster slowly, carefully.
     
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  4. Gunbuffer

    Gunbuffer Sharpshooter

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    Grip it and rip it
     
  5. El Pablo

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    I’d be shocked if work wasn’t done. Right or wrong I start smacking the hammer on all my pistols with exposed hammers when I get them, or do/have any work done on them. I’d rather fail safely and quickly.

    Either way, stuff happens. Sad for all involved.
     
  6. dennishoddy

    dennishoddy Sharpshooter

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    This is the winner in this thread.
    I compete and NEVER remove the factory options like chamber loaded indicator or the mag safety like some do thinking it’s going to eliminate the potential of failure.
     

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