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  • Birthday 03/26/1984

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    Quinton Sportsmen's Club

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  1. Consult with a legitimate Financial Advisor before following the herd. I hear this stuff daily and it’s widely misunderstood and could get a lot of people in a world of hurt.
  2. Remember those.....lmaoooooooo Whoaaa what’s wrong with fanny packs!
  3. True but depends on what your shooting. I see someone every month at a match shoot a non threat target at least once if not multiple times. Vision a threat target flanked vertically by non threat targets both above and below it. Stages are often built that way to be challenging and for those that don’t know their holdovers end up confused as to why they hit the hostage. I’ve ran the 50 yard zero my whole life until most recently specifically only if shooting at Quinton or a 100 yard range. Different strokes for different folks but either can work. The best best zero is the one you train with and know well.
  4. You should consider setting your zero at 50yards or 100yards instead of just 25. 25 is fine to get your hits on paper initially but I would really dial it in further. No reason not to, since you have a range large enough. Then shoot at multiple distances 1 yard, 10 yard, 25 yard, 50 yard, 100 yard and 200 yard and record your hits. Depending on where you zero, you will have different holds for each distance. Knowing those by memory is key. I personally prefer prefer a 100 yard zero for Quinton 3Gun since that’s furthest we shoot. Holdovers are simple, hold 3 inch high for everything 1-50 yards and POA/POI for almost everything 50-100. If our matches had longer distances I would do a 50 yard zero
  5. Stipple looks great bud. Let’s see the loading port from Benny Hill!
  6. thanks bud i will give it a look!
  7. Your not blind lol, it wasn’t posted. You can save this link below which is considered the main “Club Page” Quinton 3Gun for Practiscore and all future matches can be found from this link by looking at “Upcoming Matches” section. https://practiscore.com/clubs/quinton-3-gun-1 You can also always search practiscore also by typing in “Quinton” and seeing all the upcoming matches for the club.
  8. I have a shotgun shell carrier u could use, but it's on an ELS fork right now. I can try to see if I can put a blade tech teklok attachment on it when I get home to make it universal. Most guys bring extra gear and would be happy to let you use it. The more common your belt setup is, the easier it will be to borrow gear. A 1.75" Safariland ELS belt or a 1.5" CR Speed or DAA or scuba webbing or similar belt are the most common belt types.
  9. I was the one who got a reshoot at last month's match due to the squib. After the RO had me clear the squib at the safe table, they went and asked the Match Director what to do in this situation. The Match Director alone made the decision to give a reshoot. -Corey Mulholland
  10. i am located in South Jersey and I have a set of the blue grips for sale. Message me if interested
  11. Well the +2 is two reasons lol. We have to keep in mind this gun is 100% for carry not the range. But, I do prefer a 45 for CCW it's just that 5 rounds does bring it close for comfort. It's really a toss up... I go back and forth debating on it with this gun, specially when I compare it to my glock 27 giving me 13 of .40. Not that 5 rounds isn't enough to handle most situations someone would think.. but the reality is if you need to use ur weapon it's most likely going to be against someone with a gun themselves, and that means your going to be out gunned 99% of the time in terms of capacity. Getting mugged by a guy having 5 is enough but being in a liquor store getting robbed by 2 gang bangers puts u at a serious disadvantage. Having been in a gunfight capacity is not something to take lightly. I have a hard time deciding with this gun!
  12. I been wanting to! I need to find someone that has one around here b/c I would prefer the 45 over the 9mm as long as follow up shots went easy
  13. There is in fact certain lubes that work better on certain guns and certain lubes that work better in certain conditions. As per my example, Wilson combat oil is a thin viscosity oil that works best on tight fitting 1911's. How can you argue that thin viscosity oils are not good for tight fitting guns? That's the very purpose for which they are intended lol. If he would have asked for a good general purpose cleaner, lube, and protectant then I would have recommended CLP... If you want a lube that works best in dirty or desert type environment I would have recommended something like Militec1 that bonds to the metal and sets in under heat and becomes dry to avoid build up of dirt and sand.
  14. Hey guys they announced the new XDS in 9mm at shot show last week finallyyyyy! It adds +2 to the standard mag bringing it to 7rounds and then 9 in the extended mag. The gun dimensions are exactly the same at 1 inch at its widest portion, only thing different is that it is slightly heavier due to the barrel being more dense because its a smaller whole. Just a few ounces heavier nothing major. Felt recoil is significantly less and there is virtually no muzzle flip. I can't wait to place an order and use it for my daily ccw.
  15. Wilson combat gun oil is the best viscosity for tight fitting 1911's. I love it!