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外围体育投注I'm not sure if IPSC 3 gun is still a thing in Australia, but if there was an Australian version of 3 Gun (apart from Western Action Shooting) that worked out with the firearms legally permitted over here,

外围体育投注What combination of shotgun, rifle and pistol would be good for this sort of competition?

Thanks!

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Posted by10 hours ago

Can’t seem to find anything about this on the police website, but you know how sometimes you’ll go to a mates place who has a license for a gun, and he lets you have a shot, or when going to clay target shooting without a license and someone gives you a gun to have a go, what are the laws around this? Is it legal to do that?

Edit: I’m in Victoria, but if anyone knows about the laws in other states that might come in handy one day

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外围体育投注Comparing the 1500 Hogue to the mini action, both with 22" #2 profile barrels I don't get how shortening the action and bolt by 22mm saves 0.82kg? 820g would buy about 100cc of extra steel which is way more than what would be saved by changing the action length. The 1500 is even heavier than the heavy barrelled mini action or even the mini action chassis rifle...

I constantly hear that the 1500 is a better choice than the mini but I'm struggling to reach that conclusion by comparing the pros and cons. On paper the 1500 is a tank which doesn't seem to offer anything for the weight penalty. I know the mags on the mini aren't great but I've used one and they are adequate for me compared with the 1500 where I need to pay extra for a mag conversion. Does the 1500 have any redeeming features such as the hogue stock being a significant improvement over the plastic mini action stock?

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Posted by16 hours ago

外围体育投注Hi, the Savage A22R has an interesting latching repeater action, you can lock the bolt back and the spring goes under tension.

I'm wondering where to keep the bolt when transporting it in NSW. At the shop, the person said it was fine to have the bolt closed because keeping it locked under tension can wear out the spring. However, I don't think police like it when they see a closed bolt.

I guess I'm just seeking confirmation to transport it with the bolt closed but any response is welcome.

Thanks

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Hey all,

外围体育投注What are some good starter handguns for someone wanting to get into IPSC?

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Posted by1 day ago

Good evening all,

外围体育投注I have have recently been diagnosed with adult ADHD here in QLD and I was wondering if this would prove to be an impediment in getting a weapons license. When I was getting diagnosed I didn't even think about it and now I'm a bit worried that I won't be able to own/inherit my father's rifles.

If anyone has any expirenced or knowledge with it would be greatly appreciated !

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