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Loose Ends

Listen to the podcast: This week I wanted to wrap up a couple loose ends that I didn’t cover in the last few episodes about folks that are new to competitive shooting. Leniency for new shooters. I’m the first person to tell you to come shoot with the gear you’ve got just to get your feet wet in the shooting sports. I don’t care if your gun isn’t quite legal (as long as it’s safe) …

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Why not “bullets backward” magazine pouches?

Fred in Florida sends in today’s Q&A voicemail. He shot his first IDPA match recently and before the last state the Safety Officer noticed that his magazines were in the mag pouches with the bullets facing backwards. The SO told him that it was wrong, and a bad habit. http://traffic.libsyn.com/triangletactical/qna155.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 9:17 — 4.3MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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New IDPA Rulebook: Holy Crap They Got it Right!

FYI: This post was published in 2015. If you’re looking for the new 2017 Provisional Rulebook, hit up Episode 209 of the Podcast here. I was standing in line at the coffee shop this morning when I got a text from a friend asking if I had seen the new IDPA rulebook yet. I haven’t been an IDPA member for several years, so I didn’t get the memo that the new rulebook had been posted. …

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IDPA Dumps Flat Footed Reload Rule – 106

Early this evening IDPA sent an email to it’s membership that has caused a bit of a stir on social media. The biggest piece of news is that they are getting rid of the “flat footed reload” rule that has caused so much stir around the game since it was introduced last year that you can hardly mention IDPA without having someone mention the rule. Also of note in the email blast: IDPA is getting …

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