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ShooterRick
10-17-2009, 07:20 PM
Will sell or trade:

Since I no longer compete on the race circuit I thought I would make this offer. The firearm pictured is a fully tricked out 40 cal race pistol customized by Hunter Customs. It features a Para Ordinance P16 frame with a match grade barrel, slide racker, mag well, full compensator, non slip grips, ambi safety, multi reticule single reflex lens 4 MOA sight, titanium linkage, fully tuned and no creep trigger pull of 1.5 lbs. A double belt comp rig with 4 mag holders and ghost holster is negotiable. Several high cap mags included.

This firearm is in excellent condition period. I am asking $1800.00 but will trade for either a Backwoods smoker, Stumps, or similar quality smoker in excellent condition and you pay the freight or PM me to work something out. Serious inquires only please.

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BA_LoKo
10-17-2009, 08:40 PM
Nice looking weapon, Rick. I'm not familiar with a "race" pistol. Never heard of them.

BA_LoKo
10-17-2009, 08:41 PM
BTW, I'll bid $100. :roflmaoha0:

ShooterRick
10-17-2009, 08:50 PM
Nice looking weapon, Rick. I'm not familiar with a "race" pistol. Never heard of them.

Used in Open Class competetion races. Like IPSIC obstacle courses, Pin races, ect. OH and 100.00 dosnt meat the reserve price. LOL

BA_LoKo
10-17-2009, 09:02 PM
Used in Open Class competetion races. Like IPSIC obstacle courses, Pin races, ect. OH and 100.00 dosnt meat the reserve price. LOL

LOL Okay, $200. I'm sure I'm close now. :thumbs up:



















:roflmaoha0:

BluDawg
10-17-2009, 09:18 PM
Sweet 1911 Wish I was 15 yrs younger and 60 lbs lighter I'd take that off yoour hands.

SmokyOkie
10-17-2009, 09:43 PM
So is that the competition shoots where you have to shoot so many rounds in so many minutes with multiple targets, etc?

I'm familiar with the 1911, but that gun is so tricked out that I would never have guessed that was what it was.

Nice firearm!

ShooterRick
10-17-2009, 09:52 PM
So is that the competition shoots where you have to shoot so many rounds in so many minutes with multiple targets, etc?

I'm familiar with the 1911, but that gun is so tricked out that I would never have guessed that was what it was.

Nice firearm!

Yes but no limitation really on time. Scores based on speed, accuracy, and penalty points for shooting good guys. Many moving targets like clam shells, texas star pin wheels with plates, swing outs and such. Some are denoted friendly by target color. As you move through the course surprise pop ups and such. Safety violations equals disqualification. Pin courses are static bowling pins at given distance on steel table. Fastest all pins off the table wins. No just knock downs must leave table or you have to shoot the pin again. My fastest score in my prime was 6 targets from rail in 2.27 secs. National champ that year beat me by 2 on hundreds of a second.

SmokyOkie
10-17-2009, 09:56 PM
:wow: Now I see why you call yourself shooter! At what distance?

He!!, I don't think I could even get 6 shots off that quick.
Wonder if we could cross that sport with BBQ and have a 6 fatty shoot.:roflmaoha0::roflmaoha0::roflmaoha0:

ShooterRick
10-17-2009, 10:00 PM
:wow: Now I see why you call yourself shooter! At what distance?

He!!, I don't think I could even get 6 shots off that quick.
Wonder if we could cross that sport with BBQ and have a 6 fatty shoot.:roflmaoha0::roflmaoha0::roflmaoha0:

Pin shoots are close range. Maxx 25 ft. IPSIC obstacle courses the targets vary from 10 ft to 100 ft. Most are within 50 ft. I have also shot a few steel target matches in South Missouri.

tomshoots
10-17-2009, 10:10 PM
:wow: Sweet lookin' pistol! I was interested in that stuff years ago, but I never got into any organized competition. More of a plinker myself. Then I got hooked on sporting clays. What a blast! I'm a certified gun nut. Hence, tomshoots.

ShooterRick
10-17-2009, 10:12 PM
:wow: Sweet lookin' pistol! I was interested in that stuff years ago, but I never got into any organized competition. More of a plinker myself. Then I got hooked on sporting clays. What a blast! I'm a certified gun nut. Hence, tomshoots.

Nice sport clays. As I got older I considered clays but never did it. Well we only get to live some of our dreams. :sign0092:

tomshoots
10-18-2009, 06:13 AM
Nice sport clays. As I got older I considered clays but never did it. Well we only get to live some of our dreams. :sign0092:

Never got into comp. but me and my bro and a few friends used to go every Sun. and shoot a round of 50 to warm up and get to know the course. Then go for a round of 100. It was almost an addiction! Then we would go home and trow somthin' on the grill and drink beer.:msn-wink:

SmokyOkie
10-18-2009, 05:53 PM
I shot competition skeet years ago, before sporting clays came to be, but never really had any urge to try sporting clays. I guess I burned out on clay targets.

peculiarmike
10-19-2009, 09:37 AM
Wal Pilgrim, that's a nice pistola ya got there. Tricked out and ready to rock.
I like to play with guns. Shoot a T/C Contender with 14" T/C Custom Shop barrel, NcStar Scope, .17 hummer. Drives tacks. Kills coyotes graveyard dead. Leaves real small holes in the pelt.
My racing involved a tight winding smallblock, slick tires and a '70 Vega sedan delivery with a Don Hardy conversion kit. 10's @ 130. Fun. :D
I'm out of it now and she's happy about it. Just ride the Harley. :msn-wink: