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Limited 10, whats your choice and why?

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.40 S&W or 45ACP or??

I'm thinking of going the .40 S&W (from a trusty .45) for USPSA Limited 10. Springfield and Kimber produce a "Loaded" and a "Custom" at a resonable price.

The guys who are using the .40 seem to really like it in that class. What your take?
Thanks in advance....
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Hehehehe Well let me jump in here. All these devisions and new organizations mean to me is I can increase my deversity of competition. I originally started shooting open class IPSC with my para. I have since purchased a HK USP so I can go play with IDPA or shoot IPSC limited or production or whatever and... I purchased a single stack for limited 10 or IDPA or any single stack division that may come along. Hell I even considered buying a glock so I can play there too... but its a glock.. hehehe Just Kidding don't flame me. To all of you that don't see that value in open class "its not real" blah blah blah I submit that shooting the amount of ammo it takes to be reasonably good, makes you good at shooting across the board, no matter the discapline. I shot many years but once I shot IPSC open, all my shooting improved dramatically. I would bet that if/when I try IDPA I will be very good out of the box as a result of IPSC! Much the same way a Grand Prix Racer will automatically be very good at INDY. Of couse his 4 million dollar indy car has no place on the street! hehehe
 

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My Guns

Para 45 set up for open class
SA 45 for limited 10 or idpa
HK USPc 40 for lim 10 or IDPA or whatever else it qualifies for. I may revamp my para for limited though.
 
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