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IDPA part II at Armscor

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by royal glockster, Sep 1, 2006.

  1. Idpa II

    Does anyone know whether IPDA competition at Armscor will push through this Sunday, Sept.3, 2006?

    Haven't heard or read regarding this event in this forum lately.. Thanks!!
     
  2. Poodle

    Poodle

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    Nandun ako kahapon, thursday, august 31. Sabi nung isang range officer tuloy daw. Tawagan ko na din bukas ang Armscor para sure.
     


  3. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

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    Shooting
    tuloy na yan, and the BOGs will be there. :banana:
     
  4. Will you guys be there in the morning or the afternoon...Teka, Calling Pogi's siomai....:supergrin:
     
  5. pogi

    pogi Nuon

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    KYUSEE
    YUP JIM, will be there.
    Kaya lang pag-lunch natin malamig na yun. Sa mga MAIINIT ULO ok lang malamig na siomai...dikit lang sa kukote nila...iinit na yun.
     
  6. :supergrin: See ya all tomorrow then. Hmm bigla ko naalala, yun last IDPA natin nga pala, wala ba any sort of certificate yun. I better ask them tomorrow.
     
  7. binoy

    binoy

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    R.P.
    Pogi.. matitikman ko na din ang siomai mo:upeyes:
     
  8. Poodle

    Poodle

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    See you tommorrow. Adjust ko sked ko para makasali.
     
  9. See you too tommorrow Father Poodle, i will be there with Ferdz, also a Bog'er. We will be playing SSP.. :)
     
  10. vega

    vega

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    SoCal
    Pics.
    Paul - Hindi pa pala nakukuha ni alpha yung manual, na kay Mannix daw. Baka hindi na interesado si alpha. Bahala na kayo.
     
  11. choi_tan2000

    choi_tan2000 BoG # 55555

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    pasig
    mga sirs

    merun po ba rules for IDPA

    san po kaya makakuha plnning to play IDPA aslo



    tnx po
     
  12. If I may quote Heavy on this, found it in another thread - To recapitulate:

    Stock Service Pistol Division (SSP)

    Handguns permitted for use in this division must:
    A. Be semi-automatic.
    B. Be double action, double action only, or safe action (when
    the trigger is pulled, the hammer/striker is cocked and then
    released).
    C. Be 9mm (9x19) or larger caliber.
    D. Have a maximum unloaded weight of 39oz., including an
    empty magazine. (Will be effective January 25, 2006)
    E. Have a minimum annual production of 2000 units;
    (discontinued models must have had a total production of
    20,000 units).
    F. Fit in the IDPA gun test box measuring 8 ¾” x 6” x 1 5/8”
    with an empty magazine inserted.
    G. Be loaded to the division capacity of ten (10) rounds in the
    magazine plus one (1) round in the chamber. Should division
    capacity not be achievable because of lower magazine
    capacity, load to maximum mechanical capacity of magazine
    plus one (1) round in the chamber. Competitors must use the
    same capacity magazines through out the competition(Example: if you start with a 9 round magazine, you must use
    that capacity magazine throughout the match).
    H. Begin hammer down for selective DA/SA pistols.
    PERMITTED Modifications (Inclusive list):
    1. Sights may be changed to another conventional notch and
    post type (see “sights” in glossary for further information).
    2. Grips may be changed to another style or material that is
    similar to factory configuration (no weighted grips; see
    “weighted grips” in glossary for further details).
    3. A slip-on grip sock and/or skateboard tape may be used.
    4. Internal action work may be used to enhance trigger pull as
    long as safety is maintained (no visible external modifications
    allowed).
    5. Reliability work may be done to enhance feeding and
    ejection.
    6. Internal accuracy may be worked to include replacement of
    barrel with one of factory configuration and original caliber.
    7. Plastic plugs may be used to fill the opening behind the
    magazine well.
    8. Custom finishes may be applied.
    NOTE: The slide releases and magazine releases that are standard
    on the Glock 34 and 35 models are available as a factory option on
    all Glocks available in the USA. Because of this, that type of slide
    release and magazine release are legal on all Glocks for SSP.
    EXCLUDED Modifications (NON-Inclusive list):
    1. Externally visible modifications other than grips or sights.
    2. Robar style grip reduction.
    3. Add-on magazine well opening.
    4. Guide rods made of a material different from the factory part
    it replaces.
    5. Seattle Slug Grip Plug and similar weighted products.
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    6. A barrel of another caliber that is not offered in the original
    factory model.
    7. Slide lightening (see “slide, lightening” in glossary for
    further information).
    8. Checkering and stippling.
    9. Refer to Appendix ONE-A. Firearms-Non-IDPA-Legal
    Modifications.

    3. Enhanced Service Pistol Division (ESP)

    Handguns permitted for use in this division must:
    A. Be semi-automatic.
    B. Be 9mm (9x19) or larger caliber.
    C. Have a maximum unloaded weight of 43 oz., including an
    empty magazine.
    D. Fit in the IDPA gun test box measuring 8 ¾” x 6” x 1 5/8.”
    with an empty magazine inserted.
    E. Be loaded to the division capacity of ten (10) rounds in the
    magazine plus one (1) round in the chamber. Should division
    capacity not be achievable because of lower magazine
    capacity, load should be to maximum mechanical capacity of
    magazine plus one (1) round in the chamber. Competitors
    must use the same capacity magazines through out the
    competition (Example: if you start with a 9 round magazine,
    you must use that capacity magazine throughout the match).
    Pistols approved for SSP may also be used in ESP and CDP
    depending upon caliber, even if the pistol in question has a fulllength
    dust cover. However, should the pistol in question have a
    modification that removes it from SSP, it must meet all other
    division criteria for ESP or CDP, again depending upon caliber.
    PERMITTED Modifications (Inclusive list):
    1. Sights to another notch and post type (see “sights” in
    glossary for further information).
    2. Grips (no weighted grips; see “weighted grips” in glossary
    for further details).
    22
    3. Internal accuracy work (includes: replacement of the barrel
    with one of factory configuration, the use of Accu-Rails, the
    use of Briley Bushings).
    4. Internal reliability work.
    5. Checker frontstrap and backstrap.
    6. Checker or square and checker trigger guard.
    7. Cosmetic checkering/serrating.
    8. Extended thumb (may be ambidextrous) and Beavertail grip
    safeties.
    9. Extended magazine release (button may not be oversize in
    diameter or protrude more than .2” out from the frame).
    10. Factory installed cone style barrels on pistols with a barrel
    length of 4.2” or less.
    11. Full length guide rod manufactured of material that is no
    heavier than common steel.
    12. Hammer and other trigger action parts to enhance trigger
    pull (includes the use of over travel stop).
    13. Beveled magazine well and add-on well extensions.
    14. Custom finishes.
    EXCLUDED Modifications (NON-Inclusive list):
    1. Full length dust covers of carbon or stainless steel.
    2. Oversize diameter magazine release buttons.
    3. Trigger shoes.
    4. Slide lightening (see “slide, lightening” in glossary for
    further information).
    5. Refer to Appendix ONE-A. Firearms-Non-IDPA-Legal
    Modifications.

    4. Custom Defensive Pistol Division (CDP)

    Handguns permitted for use in this division must:
    A. Be semi-automatic.
    B. Be .45 ACP caliber.
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    C. Have a maximum unloaded weight of 41 oz., including an
    empty magazine.
    D. Fit in the IDPA gun test box measuring 8 ¾” x 6” x 1 5/8”
    with an empty magazine inserted.
    E. Be loaded to the division capacity of eight (8) rounds in the
    magazine plus one (1) round in the chamber. Should division
    capacity not be achievable because of lower magazine
    capacity, load should be to maximum mechanical capacity of
    magazine plus one (1) round in the chamber. Competitors
    must use the same capacity magazines through out the
    competition (Example: if you start with a 7 round magazine,
    you must use that capacity magazine throughout the match).
    High capacity pistols can be used as long as the pistol meets ALL
    division criteria.
    Pistols approved for SSP may also be used in ESP and CDP
    depending upon caliber, even if the pistol in question has a fulllength
    dust cover. However, should the pistol in question have a
    modification that removes it from SSP, it must meet all other
    division criteria for ESP or CDP, again depending upon caliber.
    PERMITTED Modifications (Inclusive list):
    1. Sights to another notch and post type (see “sights” in
    glossary for further information).
    2. Grips (no weighted grips; see “weighted grips” in glossary
    for further details).
    3. Internal accuracy work (includes: replacement of the barrel
    with one of factory configuration, the use of Accu-Rails, the
    use of Briley Bushings).
    4. Factory installed cone style barrels are permitted on pistols
    with a barrel length of 4.2” or less.
    5. Internal reliability work.
    6. Checker frontstrap and backstrap.
    7. Checker or square and checker trigger guard.
    8. Cosmetic checkering/serrating.
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    9. Extended thumb (may be ambidextrous) and Beavertail grip
    safeties.
    10. Extended magazine release (button may not be oversize in
    diameter or protrude more than .2” out from the frame).
    11. Full length guide rod manufactured of material that is no
    heavier than common steel.
    12. Hammer and other trigger action parts to enhance trigger
    pull (includes over travel stop).
    13. Beveled magazine well and add-on well extensions.
    14. Custom finishes.
    EXCLUDED Modifications (NON-Inclusive list):
    1. Full length dust covers of carbon or stainless steel.
    2. Oversize diameter magazine release buttons.
    3. Trigger shoes.
    4. Slide lightening (see “slide, lightening” in glossary for
    further information).
    5. Refer to Appendix ONE-A. Firearms-Non-IDPA-Legal
    Modifications.

    5. Enhanced Service Revolver Division (ESR)

    Handguns permitted for use in this division must:
    A. Be any revolver of 9mm caliber (.355” or larger) or larger
    bore diameter utilizing rimmed or rimless cartridges, which
    may safely make a power factor of 165,000.
    B. Have a barrel length of 4.2” or less (as measured from the
    front of the cylinder).
    C. Have a maximum unloaded weight of 50 oz.
    D. Be loaded to the division capacity of six (6) rounds in the
    cylinder. Seven (7) and eight (8) shot revolvers are permitted,
    but may only load six (6) rounds.
    Revolver may be reloaded via speedloader or full moon clip.
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    PERMITTED Modifications (Inclusive list):
    1. Sights to another conventional notch and post type (see
    “sights” in glossary for further information).
    2. Action work to enhance trigger pull as long as safety is
    maintained (smoothing the trigger face, removing the hammer
    spur, use of over travel stop, conversion to DA only and
    addition of ball detent are considered action work and are
    permitted).
    3. Grips to another style or material that is similar to factory
    configuration (no weighted grips).
    4. Chamfer the rear of the chambers.
    5. Shortening of factory barrels.
    6. Conversion from rimmed to rimless ammunition.
    7. Custom finishes.
    EXCLUDED Modifications (NON-Inclusive list):
    1. Oversize or heavy barrels.
    2. Oversize cylinder latches.

    6. Stock Service Revolver Division (SSR)

    Handguns permitted for use in this division must be:
    A. Any revolver of .38 Caliber (.357” or larger) or larger that
    utilizes ammunition with a rimmed case and is not reloaded
    with a full moon clip.
    B. Barrel length of 4.2” or less (as measured from the front of
    the cylinder).
    C. Have a maximum unloaded weight of 42 oz.
    D. Be loaded to the division capacity of six (6) rounds in the
    cylinder. Seven (7) and eight (8) shot revolvers are permitted,
    but may only load six (6) rounds.
    PERMITTED Modifications (Inclusive list):
    1. Sights to another conventional notch and post type (see
    “sights” in glossary for further information).
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    2. Action work to enhance trigger pull as long as safety is
    maintained (smoothing the trigger face, removing the hammer
    spur, use of over travel stop, conversion to DA only and
    addition of ball detent are considered action work and are
    permitted).
    3. Grips to another style or material that is similar to factory
    configuration (no weighted grips).
    4. Chamfer the rear of the chambers.
    5. Shortening of factory barrels.
    6. Custom finishes.
    EXCLUDED Modifications (NON-Inclusive list):
    1. Oversize or heavy barrels.
    2. Oversize cylinder latches.

    7. Back Up Gun (BUG)

    This division is intended for club level matches ONLY and will
    not be recognized at the annual Championship or any Sanctioned
    Match. All CoF for the Back-Up Gun Division must be limited to
    five (5) rounds maximum per string (no reloads on the clock) to
    allow autos and revolver shooters to compete equally.
    Handguns permitted for use in this division must:
    A. Be single or double action.
    B. Be either pistol or revolver.
    C. Be .32 auto or larger.
    D. Have a barrel length:
    1. Semi-automatic, 3.8” or less (factory installed cone style
    barrels with or without a barrel bushing are permitted).
    2. Revolver 3” or less.
    E. Maximum (total) number of rounds that may be loaded into
    the handgun is five (5).
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    PERMITTED Modifications (Inclusive list):
    1. Revolvers:
    A. Sights to another conventional notch and post type (see
    “sights” in glossary for further information).
    B. Grips to another style or material that is similar to factory
    configuration (no weighted grips).
    C. Action work to enhance trigger pull as long as safety is
    maintained.
    D. Bob hammer spur.
    E. Chamfer cylinder.
    F. Custom finishes.
    2. Pistols:
    A. Sights to another conventional notch and post type (see
    “sights” in glossary for further information).
    B. Grips to another style or material that is similar to factory
    configuration (no weighted grips).
    C. Slip-on grip sock and/or skateboard tape.
    D. Action work to enhance trigger pull as long as safety is
    maintained.
    E. Reliability work to enhance feeding and ejection.
    F. Internal accuracy work to include replacement of barrel with
    one of factory configuration (factory installed cone style
    barrels are permitted).
    G. Custom finishes.
     
  13. st. matthew

    st. matthew c_w@_u_need_2_c

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    here is the official rule book