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The cure for idpa-itis is a good dose of uspsa.


Oh, a run and gun guy checks in!


Both are fun. All in all, USPSA is probably more fun, but I do hate those ridiculous 20 target/25 no-shoots/six shooting window memory test scenarios some USPSA guys design.

Sometimes a two target, six shot, three second scenario is a lot of fun. You'll never get one of those in USPSA.


Agreed. You need to be a Mensa member to shoot some stages successfully. I particularly hate the stages they build with 180 traps in them.

It is fun to run and gun, but I don't want to have to prove the Pythagorean Theory to shoot a stage.

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To me, one might as well be open carrying with no vest, to the extent that the multi-pocket "tactical" vests spell GUN!!
 


I don't think this is true. Only pretty dedicated gun people think pocket-laden vests are gun vests. To most people, they spell "dorky old white guy."

Which I don't want to be, so I only wear my IDPA vest for IDPA.

But most people won't think it is hiding a gun.



Most people don't have the first damn clue that a fishing vest may hide a gun.


Most people are staring at their phone.
 
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The cure for idpa-itis is a good dose of uspsa.


Oh, a run and gun guy checks in!


Both are fun. All in all, USPSA is probably more fun, but I do hate those ridiculous 20 target/25 no-shoots/six shooting window memory test scenarios some USPSA guys design.

Sometimes a two target, six shot, three second scenario is a lot of fun. You'll never get one of those in USPSA.



USPSA matches in my area have too high of a round count. Too many alleged holsters and race guns for me to really get into it. Plus, between shooters, air gunners vastly outnumber target pasters, which makes the match drag on for an unnecessary amount of time.
As the number of shooters keeps increasing in our IDPA matches, our match organizer designs stages with low round count, but requiring everyone to have at least one reload.


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I do find myself pieing corners from time to time. I do snap to attention when in line at the fast food joint when the fry alarm or microwave goes off!


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I do find myself pieing corners from time to time. I do snap to attention when in line at the fast food joint when the fry alarm or microwave goes off!



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Too many alleged holsters and race guns for me to really get into it.


But you're not shooting against them, so what does it matter to you?

Even if I AM shooting against them, it doesn't matter to me.


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I've noticed myself engaging the safety every time I load my pistols when I'm at the range. Every individual magazine.


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I dropped my pistol on the carpet the other day.

I DQ'd myself and pasted previously-shot targets for the rest of the morning.

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I shoot a lot of IDPA, some IPSC, some USPSA, some derived outlaw and the main symptom I find is the sudden realization how sloppy the gunhandling of non-competitors gets. Scary, sometimes.
 
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I dropped my pistol on the carpet the other day.

I DQ'd myself and pasted previously-shot targets for the rest of the morning.


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Every time the microwave beeps I grab a handful of empty air where my CZ should have been.


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