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    Just registered—sounds like great fun and training!

    The revolver I carry the most is a J-frame, so I’ll definitely bring it. I also have a couple of Model 64s and a 4” GP100. The sights are definitely better on the GP. Would there be any benefit to the K-frames vs. the GP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogcaller View Post
    Just registered—sounds like great fun and training!

    The revolver I carry the most is a J-frame, so I’ll definitely bring it. I also have a couple of Model 64s and a 4” GP100. The sights are definitely better on the GP. Would there be any benefit to the K-frames vs. the GP?

    Replying to myself to add:

    I think I've answered my own question: The K frames are more similar to the J than is the GP, so I'll plan on using one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogcaller View Post
    Replying to myself to add:

    I think I've answered my own question: The K frames are more similar to the J than is the GP, so I'll plan on using one of those.
    It really depends what blocks you sign up for. I used a 649 and a GP100 and was happy to have the better sights for
    Bruce Cartwright‘s block where we shot the FBI bullseye course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharps54 View Post
    It really depends what blocks you sign up for. I used a 649 and a GP100 and was happy to have the better sights for
    Bruce Cartwright‘s block where we shot the FBI bullseye course.
    That's helpful, thanks! I will look forward to seeing the options, and will likely just bring both anyway. Now I need a decent holster for my GP...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharps54 View Post
    It really depends what blocks you sign up for. I used a 649 and a GP100 and was happy to have the better sights for
    Bruce Cartwright‘s block where we shot the FBI bullseye course.
    Sharps 54 and Dog Caller:

    Bring two guns if possible. A snub for snub dedicated courses and an adjustable sighted 4 inch service revolver for non-snub type courses. I had a few studs shoot my bullseye course with a J frame, but in reality, a bigger gun gets you more training value. Also, be sure the gun is sighted in for the ammo you are shooting. Hope that helps.

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