Here's a couple of my 38 super that I use for IPSC. It is actually built from the complete upper of the previouly mentioned Briley plate master, which was married to an STI frame. It is great as an open class gun, and I'm sure it would also be good for steel.
[This message has been edited by hhsmiley (edited 12-03-2001).]
Doing lightening cuts is not a problem. If you send me an e-mail address I'll try and e-mail you a picture of a single stack 9mm I'm building. It has several lightening cuts. I would post a picture here but I have not learned the process yet.
Regards, Bob Hunter www.huntercustoms.com
No, the gun doesn't balance like that, although that would be kind of cool! I have an old basepad I don't use and it's got a hole in the bottom to accomodate a 1/4 inch bolt which goes thru a hole in my workbench. That way I just take the basepad off a mag, slip the mag on the basepad bolted to the desk, and set the gun down on top of the mag.
Here are a few shots of the
Nowlin I had built as a multi purpose guns.
Gun is built on a STI widebody frame w/ Nowlin Slide and barrel
and adjustable night sights, with extra fitted Nowlin barrel and 3x comp.
caliber is .40
I can use it for ESP in IDPA, Limited 10 in IPSC and make major
or put the comp barrel in and optics and shoot open class
IPSC, Steel etc
I've got a new gun out that works equally well for IPSC Open and for steel shoots. It's light and fast but still very flat and controllable. It indexes like a limited gun and shoots flat like an open gun. Here's a link www.brazoscustom.com/ProSx.htm