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The new Q5 SF isn't going to make a person a better competitor. More dryfire practice and live fire training will do that. The polymer Q5 is fine for 95% of the shooters out there. The only people that are going to get the Q5 SF are people with enough extra cash to splurge on the latest and greatest or hard core competitors that practice an hour or more a day and whose major costs are not the gun but ammo, match fees, travel and hotels. For them $1,400 + is not a major expense. Even then there is still lots of IPSC and USPSA Grand Master shooters that prefer the lighter weight of the polymer guns over the steel guns.

Also I think IPSC has a light weight Carry Optics division that the Q5 SF is too heavy to compete in, but the polymer Q5 is still a go. The Q5 SF competes in the heavyweight Carry Optics division, .... I think. But better not quote me on that.
 
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