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Old 01-27-2020, 07:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Tom Freeman View Post
You went to a piss poor IDPA match. Dont let that be your basis of all IDPA matches.
You got that right.
The rules allow only one target per stage to have a round count different from the other targets, and I don't think I've ever shot such a stage where it wasn't the first target ("Engage T1 with six rounds while retreating to position two, then engage T2-T5 with two rounds each").

I think the reason for the 10rd limit is that it was the law, nation-wide, in 1996 when IDPA was introduced.
Also, it encourages "practicing" of reloads, which is a worthwhile defensive skill.
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