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IDPA: Pulling back hammer in DA/SA semi-auto out of the holster?

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by Gabes220, Nov 20, 2012.

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  1. David E

    David E Member

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    Ernie Langdon used a DA/SA Sig 220 to beat all SA shooters, including Rob Leatham at an IDPA Nationals.

    Ben Stoeger used a DA/SA Beretta to win the USPSA Nationals, which Langdon had also done a few years before.

    Beating the best shooters in the world is a pretty high level of competition.
     
  2. David E

    David E Member

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    I presume you won the division. How far away was Second place?

    On a side note, the 1911 safety, done right, doesn't slow anything down.

    Of course, the DA pull, done right, doesn't either.
     
  3. Bovice

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    LOL I highly doubt I won. But I don't think I brought up the rear either. I'm unclassified in CDP anyway.
     
  4. 9mmepiphany

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    And these are the facts that still seem on confound a lot of people.

    I just spent a day with Mickey Fowler , likely best know for his accomplishments with the 1911, learning to shoot the Bianchi Mover. He said that using a DA/SA SIG X-Five Allaround last year at the Bianchi Cup didn't make a wit of difference on the mover
     
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