HS2000 and XD now IPSC Prod legal!

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  1. mc_oliver

    mc_oliver

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    ...among other prod rule tweaks.

    Read more HERE.
     
  2. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

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    laglag ang cz sp01 at tanfoglio custom, hehehehe
     

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    ppts799 Daisho

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    dami pa naman naghihintay ng new cz sana
     
  4. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Buti hindi dumating yung SP01 kung hindi maraming bumili tapos hindi pala approved ng IPSC.
     
  5. mc_oliver

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    Hack saw lang katapat nung long dust nun. ;f
     
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    open div or standard ka pag ganyan;z
     
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    asian_glockster Hook Up!!!!!!!!

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    how about glocks in 3.5lb trigger?
     
  8. mc_oliver

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    Competitive yan sa Standard Division dre. ;f

    Seriuosly, prod rules require first shot DA to be 5 lbs. So for the glocks, dapat 5.0999lbs trigger mo. ;)
     
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    You mean the G 34 and G 35? They are not allowed in IPSC production but ok for USPSA production.
     
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    Yep, due to barrel length restrictions in IPSC, the G34/5 are out. Which, IMO, is really unfortunate since the G34 is one pure joy to shoot.
     
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    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Puede na rin pala fiber optic front sight, magpalagay na kayo. ;f
     
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    Hmmm...

    Would anybody here discard their Glocks and use the HS2000 for IPSC Prod instead? I wonder... ^8
     
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    asian_glockster Hook Up!!!!!!!!

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    yung model po ng glock ko ay 19. pinalitan ko po kasi ng connector na 3.5lbs.

    if im not mistaken, hs2000 and or xd has a trigger pull of around 4lbs. if im correct, then why is it hs2000 and SA XD is qualified at production division?

    just asking. clarifications please.
     
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    asian glockster,

    xd trigger pull is 5.5-7.7 lbs. check out link below

    XD
     
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    Minimum trigger pull for IPSC production is 5 pounds first shot.
     
  16. mc_oliver

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    Depends. I know some who have shifted from glock to another all-steel gun (and at least one who went back to glock at pumugo pa ng award sa all-steel. ;f)

    In my case, if we rewind several gun shows back (bago pina-mahal ng XD), I would have bought the HS2K (if it was prod-legal then) due to two reasons; cheaper price and more natural grip angle (for me).
     
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    asian_glockster Hook Up!!!!!!!!

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    bulm540, 9mx> salamat po sa clarification
     
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    No problemo....
     
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    The first time I saw the HS2k (2002), it was priced around 32T na. At 38T or thereabouts now, di naman masyadong pinamahal compared to other polymer guns. Yung USP ko nga 29T lang 2001 (mura pa sa Glock), ngayon nasa 54t na. Even the walther is priced extravagantly now than then.

    There was one occassion I saw a participant use an HS, though he did not fare well. From the side, the gun looked very ugly (pardon sa mga owners ha ;)) with that light rail making the girth of the front end look like a 2x4. But that's just me. "The Glock looks better, IMO." (I'm hearing a chorus now shouting: "Say what???") ;)

    I think given enough time, magiging palaban na rin ang XD. I'd get one if they'd get rid of the rail up front.