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Old Yesterday, 10:00 PM   #1
Join Date: January 13, 2011
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Ruger Match Champion in IDPA?

Has anyone used their Ruger Match Champion in an IDPA match? Has anyone shot one yet? I just bought one and it seems very slick, nice sights a little less bulky than a regular GP. As soon as I get some time I plan on wringing it out. I was asking about IDPA because I was reading a few posts where people were using the S&W 686 SSR. Wonder how they compare??
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Old Yesterday, 10:27 PM   #2
Join Date: March 26, 2013
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Yes you can use it in IDPA. I think it doesn't matter what you shoot, it's up to the shooter. Both guns can shoot straight

I bought GP100, sold, than GP100 MC, sold and now 686 SSR. I might shoot it in IDPA one day (currently I use CZ SP01 shadow custom), but for me SSR looks and feels better. Not much more $$ than GP100 MC
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