rysher wrote: »
i dont see a need for hi cap if i were in that position.
even in uspsa, i use single stack limited.
everytime he squeezed the trigger he flinches. he should go to the range more, perhaps he cna hit cneter mass at 7 yards.
use 1911 and corbon rounds, it destroys everything , lol.
Brentspeedgsxr wrote: »
No offense intended by the way.
sbds wrote: »
One of the early videos I remember seeing is the Timothy McVey get away. The police officer pulled over their vehicle and approached the passenger side door.
The guy gets out with a pistol and starts shooting at the policemen less than 10 feet away. The officer pulls his service weapons and starts throwing lead from
the same distance. Not one round or two, but several rounds from each person. NOBODY was hit and he got in the vehicle and escaped. From less than 10
Most courses of fire in IDPA matches fall into this format. IDPA is based on “defensive shooting” and therefore the match designers try to simulate scenarios where you would be forced into using your gun to defend your life or others. Common stages found in matches involve you being caught in a convenience store robbery, a home invasion, car jacking, ATM/bank robbery and more. Many scenarios are drawn from newspaper and TV reports. Others are drawn form the stage designer’s imagination in which worst case scenarios are encountered while performing ordinary, everyday tasks or errands.
Self defense stages will find you having to engage targets from awkward or difficult positions. You might find yourself having to engage targets from inside a car or from beside it, having to move from point to point while shooting, jumping up from a recliner or bed during a “home invasion” or shooting while seated. The possibilities change with every match. You might not even draw from a holster although that comprises the majority of the stages you will see. You could draw your gun from a glove box, a nightstand drawer, under a counter or from a bag or case. All of this combines to keep theses stages unique and challenging for each match.