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Amateur Civilian Question

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by Ranger54, Mar 7, 2005.

  1. Ranger54

    Ranger54

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    Can I shoot Amateur Civilian twice, one with a G17, once with a G21C or G37, in the same match, long as I pay for both?

    I also shoot a G30 in Sub Compact.

    That would be three guns, three rounds on each stage.
     
  2. Don At PC

    Don At PC Senior Member Millennium Member

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    NO, once through a category per match. Besides AmCiv is basically all stock --- No Comps allowed. May use the comp. slide with a non-comp barrel but no compensated in AmCiv.
     

  3. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Shoot your G17 in Am/Civ and your G21C in Competition Category--a stock category defined by pistol and not shooter skill.
     
  4. FotoTomas

    FotoTomas Pure Polymer

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    What they said! :)

    It would be fun to run multiple guns in the Amateur catagories to enhance your chances to win BUT would seriously screw up the prize allocations.

    Also if you should be able to qualify for the Am Guardian catagory you will be limited to only one entry in either catagory not one entry in both.
     
  5. RONNIE J

    RONNIE J CLM 300 Lifetime Member

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    IF YOU HAD A 22C PORTED SLIDE THAT HAD BEEN MILLED OUT LIKE A G35 OR G34 SLIDE BUT USED AN UNPORTED REG G22 BARRELL !! WOULD THIS BE ALLOWED IN AMATEUR CIVILIAN??

    THANKS

    RON
     
  6. FotoTomas

    FotoTomas Pure Polymer

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    I would think not since the removal of such a large amount of slide material would negate it being "Stock". Glock has never (to my knowledge) done that to the standard size slides and would bump your pistol into Unlimited. At that point leaving the ported barrel in would be ok.
     
  7. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Your milled slide is no longer stock, so the pistol may only be used in Unlimited/masters Category.