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  • Re: PPC Revolver Action question
    • joe (Login sgtsluggo2)
      Posted Feb 3, 2009 8:14 PM

      JB, I am confused as to what was wrong with my post.I assumed we were only talking about an open class revolver because the word "converted" was used in Jenricks description.Rule 3.2 (NRA Police Pistol Combat rules) clearly states that if an open class revolver has single action capability the single action trigger pull must be at least 2.5 pounds.3.2 Open Class Police Revolver - A revolver chambered to fire center-fire cartridges .32 caliber or larger,barrel length not to exceed 6 inches. Sights may be fixed or adjustable, front sight may not extend beyond the
      muzzle, the maximum sight radius to be no more than 8.5 inches. Hooded or telescope sights prohibited. Sight
      guards may not extend rearward more than 2 inches. If the revolver has single-action capability the single action
      trigger pull must be at least 2.5 pounds. No external or internal modifications may be made that would render the
      revolver less safe than originally designed by the manufacturer. Each competitor is responsible for his/her firearm.
      and any which are questionable should be submitted to the Match Director/3-Man Jury for decision prior to being
      used in the tournament. Specifically prohibited is any system of recoil control based on compensators, barrel
      venting or barrel porting.
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