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Old 04-28-2014, 08:46 AM   #11
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Thanks. The M2, I have been told (http://www.brianenos.com/forums/inde...owtopic=194420), is not legal for Production. It's not listed on the Production list but is on the IPSC and IDPA lists.

I'd really like to shoot mine in Production as well and have sent a question to Walther to see if it's been approved. I'll call USPSA as well.

I don't think it would be an issue at my local club match but a larger match maybe and as a beginner in the sport, I'd rather not lose time and money on a DQ for a rules violation.
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Old 07-13-2014, 09:02 AM   #12
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PPQ M2 is production legal now, posted on the NROI list.
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Old 08-25-2014, 10:44 PM   #13
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I don't think it would be an issue at my local club match but a larger match maybe and as a beginner in the sport, I'd rather not lose time and money on a DQ for a rules violation.
You wouldn't have gotten a DQ. Your gun not being legal for your declared class gets you bumped to open, where you're at a severe disadvantage shooting against people with optics, compensators, and 20+ round magazines.
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Tired of all those steel framed guns around me...
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Tired of all those steel framed guns around me...

That's a lot of steel around you!

(I would love to try a Sphinx, but the cost is just ridiculous here if you could find one, and I can't justify a reason to spend that over a CZ or a Stock 2.
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Yeah I know. I think the universe is trying to make me an infidel and change me over to a CZ. The first 3 shooters are CZ team shooters. I have not handled a sphinx although the shooter in 9th place is a friend of mine. They look like a 3500 Euro pistol though. An they are!! I have handled a stock 2 and seriously I could not see the reason to get one over a CZ. They are the same gun bar the trigger guard. Which can't be said for the Jericho 941 which is really a POS. I mean really.
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100% agree.....

From a cost point of view, the CZ really is a champ. Great performance at a very reasonable price.

Would you ever consider making the switch to a steel gun? It looks like you do an outstanding job with the PPQ, great fundamentals and gun handling skills, so no reason to have to make a change, but any desire at all to feel that steel in your hand as you run a stage?
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Sundevil my friend. You won't believe it. I bought a second hand CZ shadow. Really. I will probably start using it in IPSC but I still love my Q. I did use the Q in today'w match. Haven't shot the Shadow in competition yet. I'm all out with the files and sandpapers and such.
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Congrats man!

I think you'll love the CZ, it's not that the PPQ is a bad, it's not, it's just that CZ definitely makes you a little better than you are normally. I'm not sure if I'd say it brings out my best by making it easier, or by hiding my flaws. Whatever it is, it works!

How often are you getting out and shooting matches? How often are you getting club/major matches?
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Is the 5" M2 legal for SSP in IDPA or do the ports get it pushed to ESP only?
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