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Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by jnwG34, Sep 5, 2008.


  1. jnwG34

    jnwG34
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    Hey SilverCreeker's can someone help out a new guy with a few questions?

    Can a Drop & Offset holster be used in production class?

    What is the lowest power factor for minor?

    I would appreciate any suggestions on reloading equipment.
     
  2. 45gunner

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    Can a Drop & Offset holster be used in production class?

    This is an blurb from the IPSC manual. It does not say anything about a drop & offset holster. So its does not prohibit this type.

    20 Holster restrictions •Suitable for everyday use. “Race gun” type
    holster prohibited.
    •May not be manufactured or cut lower than,
    and must cover the slide up to, ½” below the
    ejection port (belt slide “Yaqui” type holster
    exempt).
    •Revolver holsters open no lower than
    halfway down the cylinder.

    IPSC rules
    http://www.uspsa.org/rules/2008HandgunRulesindexed.pdf

    Also read
    http://www.brianenos.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=68569





    What is the lowest power factor for minor?
    125 is the lowest power factor for minor.


    I would appreciate any suggestions on reloading equipment
    Dillon of course. Don't be talked into somthing else because it seems cheaper.
     

  3. domzilla9

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    Dillon is the way to go.
     
  4. RussP

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    domzilla9, check your PM box.

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  5. Houngan

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    The Bladetech DOH holster is Production legal, per the 2008 handbook. Other DOH holsters would be subject to review from NROI before being legal.

    H.