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Old 05-23-2020, 09:32 PM
demogreg demogreg is offline
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Les Baer Monolith Heavy For EIC?

I got a great deal on a Les Baer Monolith Heavyweight in 45ACP. I have shot EIC matches in the military with my M-9 but not any civilian matches. I was looking at trying to get some leg points in civilian matches and was wondering if this pistol is legal to use? If not what would be a good pistol to get with a trade in for the Baer? Thanks this is my first time posting.
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Old 05-27-2020, 03:08 PM
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Check the rules for the sport you're interested in. The max weight allowed will be in there somewhere. As far as the gun is concerned, it would be CDP division in IDPA or Single Stack in USPSA. It really all depends on what you want to shoot. Have fun.
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Old 06-15-2020, 04:12 PM
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I got a great deal on a Les Baer Monolith Heavyweight in 45ACP. I have shot EIC matches in the military with my M-9 but not any civilian matches. I was looking at trying to get some leg points in civilian matches and was wondering if this pistol is legal to use? If not what would be a good pistol to get with a trade in for the Baer? Thanks this is my first time posting.
I would say no, or potentially "maybe". The rules allow for a 1911 with a RAIL, which is effectively what the LB Mono is but without the cut rail. The rules also allow for 9mm in a 1911 now.

So, I personally would be in for a Les Baer Premier in 9mm.
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Old 06-20-2020, 07:57 PM
Igloodude Igloodude is offline
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https://thecmp.org/wp-content/upload...istolRules.pdf (scroll down to section 4.1.4) has pistols allowed. They opened it way up at some point, it's no longer just 1911s and M9s and recently Sig 320s.
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