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    Lowly Production C-Class olstyn's Avatar
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    AIWB now legal in all divisions?

    So I just got an email from USPSA today, and it contained this:

    In the February 2021 USPSA Board of Directors Meeting, a few rules were updated in the firearm equipment appendices to make placement of pistols and magazine pouches consistent in all USPSA Divisions. The goal is to make the process easier for members to understand and less subjectively enforced at matches, resulting in fewer competitors moved to a less competitive division for their firearm at registration, and even fewer moved to Open Division because of their holster or magazine pouch position. This less restrictive change will allow members to use their “every day carry” holster position for Production and Carry Optics Divisions without being moved to Limited or Open where the holster position is less restrictive.
    I did some looking on the website and found the Feb 2021 BoD meeting minutes, which contained this:

    App. D4, D5, D7, Item 12 – Removed reference to App. E3
    Unless I'm very much mistaken, they just made AIWB legal in every division. Anybody see a different way to interpret that?

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    I'm so glad that Limited is my priority these days...

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    I really like this rule change.

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    A functioning flashlight is now legal in CO.
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJM View Post
    A functioning flashlight is now legal in CO.
    Make sure you replace the battery before the chrono stage

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    From what I heard, they also voted on Production to 15 rounds, and elimination of L10 Both motions failed

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    Wow, I’m pretty shocked. Now to decide if I want to keep shooting CO in gamer gear or go full timmy.

    Of course after I recently invested in new holster, mag carriers and belt for CO
    The stupidity of some people never ceases to amaze me.

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    Damnable 1911 Heretic Elwin's Avatar
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    Oh, perfect! I was dreading being "that guy" and registering as L10 (minor) to shoot my 9mm 1911 using my carry gear. Now I can just deal with the disadvantage of shooting minor in SS... or I could shoot a .45 and not be weird at all.

    This is an excellent rule change. IDPA should take notes, but they won't.

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    The possibility for unintended consequences exists. It will be interesting how this plays out.

    If I'm not mistaken, this would cover Steel Challenge as well??
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCT125US View Post
    The possibility for unintended consequences exists. It will be interesting how this plays out.

    If I'm not mistaken, this would cover Steel Challenge as well??
    I believe the division rules are separate in steel challenge.

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