I'd like to see which .22 handguns and types of sights dominate the game.
Unfortunately I don't think USPSA collects that information yet.
I can suggest it.
But something I can say, lots of Tac Sol in the upper tier of the shooters, particularly their 2211 uppers. But I think that might have more to do with wanting to shoot the same type of gun.
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Only speaking based on my limited, local observation of running a local weekly SC match for the last year or so. Like PPGMD, I don't know of any collections of data on this. You'd have to search the results pages from events, and see if firearm is listed by type, etc.
PPGMD is spot-on. The Rugers dominate the rimfire classes around here. Ones with C-More sights on top, specifically.
But...some folks here are shooting the S&W Victory and having success with it. It seems to be gaining some traction.
I always thought the S&W M&P .22s were underrated for SC type events, but I'm biased toward them somewhat. The compacts are great, but it's the earlier full-size models that get my attention.
There are a lot of tricked out Ruger Mark II's, III's, and 22/45's here locally. Easily the most popular gun. Stock, tacsol, volquartzen, etc... I do not think there are any steel GM's around here though.
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I run a S&W Model 41 with a C-More turned 90 degrees when shooting in Steel Challenge and NSSF Rimfire steel matches.
I shoot quite a few matches a year and the Rugers, Buckmarks and Volquartsen customized guns with C-Mores seem to dominate the matches. When you get into the big Steel Challenge matches then you get the customized 1911 and 2011's.
A buddy of mine that placed 5th overall at the NSSF World Championship last fall rocks an old Sig Trailside with a C-More.
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