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  • Re: PPC in Texas
    • Jenrick (Login jenrick)
      Posted Sep 2, 2007 1:28 PM

      Appreciate the response Doug. I'm looking into carbide smokers right now, probably will get one in a while after I've shot a few matches and had a chance to talk to folks to see what works well. I'll probably just use the sprays for the moment.

      I'll look into the comp III, the local cop shop carries comp II's so that's why I've got them.

      Tried to find the rules on online, but they weren't currently posted. If someone wouldn't mind posting just a brake down on the yardages and required postions that'd be enough to get me going in the right direction on my practice. Thanks for the confirmation on the B-27, I'll just use Target Express to scale the sucker to the right sizes, that makes it easy.

      Odie Hitt, you wouldn't happen to know the area he works out of? I haven't heard the name mentioned before with the troopers I know or have worked with in the past. I'll defineately try and look him up.

      Jim, appreciate the invite out to Alvin, as I'm in Austin that's a bit of a drive. If I'm ever out that way though I'll look you guys up.

      To everybody: Why exactly do most folks shoot DA instead of SA? I know that originally the PPC was based on "combat shooting" and that a lot of folks pushed for DA fire as more realistic. Is there a technical advantage to shooting DA all the time?

      Again thanks for the advice and the help,


      BTW don't suppose anyone needs to get rid of a K-frame holster for a 6" gun...?
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