Category Archive: Open Division Specific

Jul
17

Blast Shields

Over time, the high-zoot gear for IPSC/USPSA competition has evolved pretty significantly, from the original gold standard 1911 in .45, to what we see today with a modern high capacity .355-ish caliber gun that holds 30 rounds and incorporates a red dot sight, a compensator, and – possibly – barrel ports. Such evolution is not …

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May
10

C-More Care and Feeding – Fixing Wandering Windage

This is the 3rd and last article of the C-More Care and Feeding series. You might also like the first article on adjusting and zero’ing the scope, and the second article on the lens, diode, and battery/battery cover. This last one is somewhat controversial. User beware!

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May
09

C-More Care and Feeding – Lenses, Diodes, and Mounts, Oh My!

This is the second post on the Care and Feeding of the C-More Sight red dot scope. If you missed the first post in the series, you might want to refer back to it for some initial comments and background. If you’re clear there, let’s dive in!

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May
05

C-More Care and Feeding – Zero’ing and Adjustment

Arguably the most versatile and popular option on the market for IPSC/USPSA Open division sights, many folks have a love/hate relationship with their C-More Systems sight. With a little knowledge and experience, though, the C-More can be used for consistently good results. This is the first in a series of articles on the Care and …

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Apr
29

How-To: Shooting Groups with a Red Dot Sight

The fundamental test of accuracy for a firearm is the ability to shoot a group. When folks first switch to an Open division gun, they struggle with getting the gun to group because they overlook one very important issue that doesn’t seem to show up with normal partridge sights: finding a consistent aiming point! Here’s …

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