THE GUN FORUM

THE GUN FORUM

Exclusively for Serious Gun-Enthusiasts and Outdoorsmen
 
It is currently Tue Jan 23, 2018 8:34 am

All times are UTC + 5 hours




Post new topic Reply to topic  [ 28 posts ]  Go to page 1, 2  Next
Author Message
 Post subject: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and views

Sharp Shooter

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:40 pm
Posts: 714
Location: Pakistan
A beginner who is interested in acquiring necessary equipment to pursue his interest in Competition Handgun Shooting gets confused easily when he is given a long list of items to choose from. :confusion-scratchheadyellow:

The list in front of him includes brand names and models such as Beretta Target .22, Browning Buckmark, Czechmate, CZ75 SP01 Shadow, CZ75 TS, Glock 17L, Glock 34, Hammerli, HK MK23, HK USP Tactical .45, ISSC .22 LR (5.5"), Pardini, Ruger Mark III .22, Sarsilmaz K12, Sig P226 X5, Sig P226 X6, Smith & Wesson .22 (5.5" and above), Taurus .22 revolver (6"), Taurus PT99, Walther GSP Expert, Walther SP22, Weihrach .22 revolver (6"), Zigana Sport, Zigana T, etc.

I invite learned and experienced members to share their knowledge and discuss the following:

1) Which of these (or other locally available) Handguns are preferable for competition shooting and why ?

2) Of the ones you prefer, which handguns are available or can be arranged in Pakistan and an idea, if possible of their price ?


Thanks in advance :handgestures-salute:


Last edited by Outdoorsman on Tue Oct 12, 2010 12:26 am, edited 1 time in total.

Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

TGF Expert Panel

Offline

Joined: Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:00 pm
Posts: 395
Location: Lahore, Pakistan
There are different disciplines in pistol shooting.I will mention the events and then the pistols used in order of popularity

1. Air Pistol . Steyr LP 10, Pardini, Morini Walther different models,

2. Standard Pistol. Hammerli 280, Pardini SP, Walther Gsp Expert, Fienwerkbau, Morini,Hammerli SP 20,

3. Rapid Fire Pistol. Pardini RF, Morini, Walther GSP Expert, Fienwerkbau

4. Center Fire Pistol. Hammerli 280, Walther GSP Expert, Pardini, Hammerli SP20

5. Free pistol. TOZ (Russian ), Hammerli, Walther, Fienwerkebau,

6. Military Rapid fire Pistol CISM. Pardini , Walther GSP Expert, Hammerli SP20

7. IPSC in .45, .40 and 9mm Cals , 1911 Variants heavily customised, CZ Tactical Sports, Kimber and others

8. IPSC Limited to standard factory pistols. CZ SP 01 Shadow target, CZ 75s, Tongfoglio EAA witness, Kimber, 1911 Variants and Kimbers

9. IPSC Un Limited Heavily customised 1911 variants like Les bear, Wilson and so many other custom shops, CZ Czechmate

Unfortunately the Sig X6 does not qualify as it does not fit into the box the rules have laid down.

These are just personal experience ,observation and reading information , there are major changes with time and places where matches are taking place and also so many pistols I do not know about

JU


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Site Admin

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:58 pm
Posts: 7950
Location: Karachi, Pakistan
Ghazi Sb,

Thankyou, once again :)

It is clear from the above that for each discipline, different handguns are preferred / popular.

Sir, you mention that in the 'Standard Pistol' category, Hammerli 280, Pardini SP, Walther Gsp Expert, Fienwerkbau, Morini and Hammerli SP 20 are the preferred/popular ones.

Of these, which ones are available or can be arranged in Pakistan and any idea about their prices ?

_________________
Parcham-e-sitāra-o hilāl, Rahbar-e-taraqqī-o kamāl, Tarjumān-e-māzī, shān-e-hāl, jān-e-istiqbāl!, Sāyah-e-khudā-e-zu-l-jalāl

Bolt actions speak louder than words

Sometimes adding 175 grains of boat-tailed diplomacy speeds up Peace Talks


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

TGF Expert Panel

Offline

Joined: Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:00 pm
Posts: 395
Location: Lahore, Pakistan
SA
The guns available in the market are the Walther GSP Expert at between 160 to 200,000/ the good part is you can add a Centerfire kit to it and it covers three shooting disciplines, and Hammerli SP20 which is not really a good pistol although available at about 125000/-. The Great Hammerli 280 is very hard to get.
The Walther SSP is also available but rife with stoppages and problems.
Pardini you have to order and after a wait of several months will cost around 300,000/


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

TGF Expert Panel

Offline

Joined: Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:00 pm
Posts: 395
Location: Lahore, Pakistan
KBW
Posting pictures is a good idea, I will post the pictures of those I have and search the rest on the net, there are no newer pistols as these pistols are decades old and new entrant models by the same makers take years to develop and to get accepted by competition shooters


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:31 pm
Posts: 7421
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
Pardini SP

Wish I could get this one :twisted:

Image

Caliber: .32 S&W
Height : 140 Mm
Width: 49 Mm
Overal Length: 295 Mm
Total Weight: 1095/1060 G
Action: Semiaut.
Barrel Length: 120 Mm
Barrel Rifling: 6D X 450 Mm
Sight Radius: 220 Mm
Adjustment Click: 5 Mm
TECHNICAL CHANGES RESERVED

Semiautomatic gun with fleeting mass locking mechanism for its own discipline. Cal 32S&W. Prismatic magazine 5 shots capacity. Bolt in special steel. Trigger mechanism and sights are adjustable and changeable. Anatomic grips in walnut. Like the model SP, its versatility makes this the ideal pistol for center-fire and CISM competitions. Again the large range of grip sizes and the great recoil stability from the multi-function counterweight system with 6 weights ensures that the marksman adapts quickly and obtains good scores.

Source: Pardini Website
http://www.pardini.it/weapon/target_pistols-hp-hpe.htm#

_________________
Si vis pacem, para bellum


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:31 pm
Posts: 7421
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
And another one :twisted: :twisted: :angry-banghead:


Pardini SP1


Image


Caliber: 22Lr
Height : 150 Mm
Width: 80 Mm
Overal Length: 480 Mm
Total Weight: 1130 G
Action: Single Shot
Barrel Length: 280 Mm
Barrel Rifling: 6D X 450 Mm
Sight Radius: From 350 To 420
Adjustment Click: 8 Mm
Compensator

Single shot, for the 50 metre Free Pistol Olympic discipline
The micro metric rear sight and the sight radius are adjustable. A new generation compensator, designed for maximum performance. Pardini System Bolt action; the cartridge is loaded coaxial with the barrel ensuring that the bullet is chambered and aligned perfectly. Anatomical walnut grip, available in different adjustable sizes with the option of customisation in our competition department.
Produced with a new grip angle in relation to the barrel axis; in combination with this characteristic and the compensator, this pistol offers excellent stability during shooting.

Source:http://www.pardini.it/weapon/target_pistols-fpm.htm

_________________
Si vis pacem, para bellum


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:31 pm
Posts: 7421
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
Pardini GP9

Image

MODEL: GT 9-1
CALIBRE: 9
MAGAZINE: 17 COLPI
WEIGHT: 1145 GR.
SIGHT RADIUS: 201 MM.
TOTAL LENGHT: 250 MM
CLOSING SYSTEM: GEOMETRICAL
SHORT RECOIL
TRIGGER MECHANISM: SINGLE ACTION
SAFETY CATCH: TRIGGER MECHANISM
BARREL LENGHT: 152,5 MM.
TOTAL WIDHT: 44 MM.
TOTAL HEIGHT: 135 MM.
TECHNICAL CHANGES RESERVED

Semiautomatic pistol, geometric short barrel recoil locking system. The magazine is prismatic and with ambidextrous unhooked button. The single action and the totally adjustable trigger mechanism, together with the compensator suitable with any commercial ammunitions, guarantees a flawless operation. The rear sight is totally adjustable, and the frame is manufactured with a particularly light alloy and a special steel. Finishing: all the steel parts have been burnished and chromium plated, all the parts in alloy have had a particularly oxidation treatment. Scope mount available. Walnut grip. The "evolution" series of pistols, thanks to its pedigree of build quality conforms to highest competition firearm standards of materials and workmanship. The particular slant (angle) of the handgrip for a clean and easy shot with perfect recoil control, coupled with the adjustable trigger mechanism and sighting system inherent in all GT series, ensures absolute precision.

Source: Pardini Arms
http://www.pardini.it/weapon/ips_and_defence_gt9-6.htm

_________________
Si vis pacem, para bellum


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Sharp Shooter

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:40 pm
Posts: 714
Location: Pakistan
Ghazi wrote:
SA
The guns available in the market are the Walther GSP Expert at between 160 to 200,000/ the good part is you can add a Centerfire kit to it and it covers three shooting disciplines, and Hammerli SP20 which is not really a good pistol although available at about 125000/-. The Great Hammerli 280 is very hard to get.
The Walther SSP is also available but rife with stoppages and problems.
Pardini you have to order and after a wait of several months will cost around 300,000/


Sir, thanks a lot for this information.

Are these models still in production ? I ask this because you mentioned above that these are older model and the new ones by same makers take time to gain acceptance among competition shooters.


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Sharp Shooter

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:40 pm
Posts: 714
Location: Pakistan
Image

The eye candy is making me drool KBW Sir.


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

TGF Expert Panel

Offline

Joined: Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:00 pm
Posts: 395
Location: Lahore, Pakistan
Yes, all are being made except the Hammerli 280, the Hammerli SP20, and the new Walther SSP is also no more being made all others are being made.
You see new models have to earn a reputation of accuracy and reliability


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Site Admin

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:58 pm
Posts: 7950
Location: Karachi, Pakistan
Ghazi wrote:
You see new models have to earn a reputation of accuracy and reliability


Very true.

_________________
Parcham-e-sitāra-o hilāl, Rahbar-e-taraqqī-o kamāl, Tarjumān-e-māzī, shān-e-hāl, jān-e-istiqbāl!, Sāyah-e-khudā-e-zu-l-jalāl

Bolt actions speak louder than words

Sometimes adding 175 grains of boat-tailed diplomacy speeds up Peace Talks


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:31 pm
Posts: 7421
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
Walther GSP Expert


Image

Image

Specifications
System auto-loader
Caliber .22 l.r.
Capacity 5 shots / magazine
Grip right M
Trigger Two-stage trigger
Trigger weight (g) 1000 (adjustable to 1360 g)
Sights Rear sight 3.2/3.5/3.8 mm, front sight 3.5/4.2 mm
Sight length (mm) 220
Barrel length (mm) 115
Dimensions (L/H/W mm) 295/142/50
Weight (g) 1200
Packaging Plastic case


Item-No.: 2659077

Our best seller. The world’s most popular sport pistol, always a leader owing to advanced technology. Reliable performance thanks to improved barrel geometry and a vibration-absorbing plastic sleeve. Sights are positioned closer to the wrist, which reduces aiming errors. The grip is optimally adapted to the shooter’s hand. Nitro-carbonized breech reduces friction of breech movement even in rapid firing. Perfect tuning between shooter, pistol and ammunition is possible by means of the newly developed recoil absorber. Grip is available in a right-handed or left-handed version. There are three different grip sizes (S/M/L), ensuring an ideal fit for every shooter.

■ Quick caliber change .22 l.r. / .32 S&W "Two calibers, one gun“
■ The GSP Expert trigger can be adjusted as needed from 1000 to 1360 g
■ Moveable barrel weights (2 x 17 g) compensate for recoil
■ The GSP is renowned for its reliability with many kinds of ammunition; 100,000 units have been sold

Source: Carl Walther GmBH
http://www.carl-walther.de/index.php?co ... roduct=163

_________________
Si vis pacem, para bellum


Last edited by KBW on Thu Oct 21, 2010 8:23 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:31 pm
Posts: 7421
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
Walther SSP-E

Image

Image

Specifications
System auto-loader, LINEAR SYSTEM
Caliber .22 l.r.
Capacity 5 shots / magazine
Safety manual on trigger bar
Grip 3D-Walnutgrip right M
Trigger E-trigger
Trigger weight (g) 1000-1360
Distance from center of barrel to shooting hand (mm) low-lying (maximum permissible)
Sights removeable rear sight, continuously adjustable, in
Sight length (mm) 220 (maximum permissible)
Barrel length (mm) 153 (maximum permissible)
Dimensions (L/H/W mm) 290/135/50
Weight (g) 970
Packaging Plastic case

Item-No.: 2780500

Setting new standards.
The WALTHER SSP is the shooting star among sporting pistols. Thanks to its superb dependability and advanced technology, shooters can be sure of maximum precision.

Wear-free e-trigger.
WALTHER has developed a new variant of the SSP: the SSP-E. The
E-trigger ensures wear-free operation and exact trigger settings for up to 500,000 rounds. This makes it an ideal sporting pistol. Intensive dry fi ring under realistic competition conditions is also possible.

Advantages of the WALTHER e-trigger:
■ Wear-free operation and exact trigger settings over many years
■ Choice between adjustable two-stage mode and direct trigger mode
■ Realistic dry-firing conditions (dry-firing trigger)
■ Rechargeable battery
■ Rechargeable via mini-USB from any PC or charger
– Charging time for 100 rounds: approx. 1 min.
– Total charging time: approx. 90 min.
– Number of rounds that can be fired with one battery charge: approx. 6,000
■ LED indicators for system readiness and battery charge level
■ Automatic E-trigger turnoff when not in use

available 2011

Souce: Carl Walther GmBH
http://www.carl-walther.de/index.php?co ... oduct=1584

_________________
Si vis pacem, para bellum


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:31 pm
Posts: 7421
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
Hammerli SP20

Image


Specifications
System Auto-loader
Caliber .22 l.r.
Capacity 6 shots / magazine
Grip right L
Trigger Two-stage trigger (first stage 550 g, second stage
Trigger weight (g) 1000-1360
Sights Rear sight per click 5 mm at 25 m, integral front
Sight length (mm) 220
Barrel 6 grooves
Barrel length (mm) 123.4
Equipment Recoil reduction system (RRS)
Dimensions (L/H/W mm) 300/150/50
Weight (g) 1160
Packaging Plastic gun case


Item-No.: 2746986

The sequence of thoughts and motions during shooting cannot be completely planned. Part of the process will always remain intuitive. Marksmen who trust their inner rhythm will dominate whenever the challenge involves both precision and speed.
Competition shooting requires more than top performance by marksmen. It also calls for faultless function and ergonomics of the gun. The SP 20 excels with a fluent operation, calm shooting and an extremely fast rate of fire.

■ Counterweight with new recoil reduction system (RRS)
■ Rear sight with manually adjustable height and width
■ Adjust width and depth of rear sight notch
■ Integral front sight with three different sight widths
■ Receiver with adjustable buffer system
■ Conversion kit - Cal. .22 l.r. or .32 S&W WC
■ Exchangeable trigger system
■ Wide range of accessories
■ Comes with a plastic case, second magazine and cleaning kit


Source: Carl Walther GmBH
http://s938.photobucket.com/albums/ad22 ... un%20Pics/


Avg Price in US; $ 1350

_________________
Si vis pacem, para bellum


Last edited by KBW on Thu Oct 21, 2010 10:18 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:31 pm
Posts: 7421
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
Hammerli x-esse Sport


Image


Specifications

System Auto-loader
Caliber .22 l.r.
Capacity 10 shots / magazine
Grip Hi-grip anatomical right L
Trigger double-pull
Trigger weight (g) 1000-1360
Sights adjustable, integral front sight with three widths
Barrel length (mm) 150
Dimensions (L/H/W mm) 245/145/50
Weight (g) 1040
Note 11 mm rail for scope mounts
Packaging Plastic gun case


The blend of fitness and intellect is an exciting challenge that has made shooting a fascination for generations. This spirit continues to inspire and unite, and is as important to success as committed training and formal competitions.
“Sport Fun” was the motto behind the development of the x-esse pistol. Noted for its dynamic design, attractive pricing and compact size, the x-esse is also a pro when it comes to precision.
Tuned to competition performance. Innovative, anatomical Hi-grip and adjustable trigger weight.

■ Hi-Grip with anatomical shape
■ Integral front sight with three different sight widths
■ Various counterweights available
■ Trigger pull weight adjustable from 1000 g to 1360 g
■ Adjustable sport rear sight
■ Positive double-pull trigger
■ 11 mm rail for scope mounts
■ 10-shot magazine
■ Comes with a plastic case, cleaning kit and second magazine


Source: Carl Walther GmBH
http://www.carl-walther.de/index.php?co ... roduct=203

_________________
Si vis pacem, para bellum


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Moderator

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 7:44 am
Posts: 2868
Location: Sargodha, Pakistan
:angry-banghead: :doh:

I'm not coming here again!!

Once again ... :angry-banghead:

_________________
It is better to "wear it out", than to "rust it out"!


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:31 pm
Posts: 7421
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
Mangloo bhai, knowledge gain karain........... knowledge :mrgreen:

And keep praying to meet an ediot who thinks that Pardini is a toy like handgun and not good for SD :)

_________________
Si vis pacem, para bellum


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Moderator

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 7:44 am
Posts: 2868
Location: Sargodha, Pakistan
Oh .... did it again! :angry-banghead:

Sir jee I'll start praying from today!! ;)

..... :angry-banghead:

_________________
It is better to "wear it out", than to "rust it out"!


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 6:02 pm
Posts: 5253
Location: Karachi, Pakistan
True eye candy. My wishlist is growing by the minute :)


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Site Admin

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:58 pm
Posts: 7950
Location: Karachi, Pakistan
Khalid Bin Waleed wrote:
Mangloo bhai, knowledge gain karain........... knowledge :mrgreen:

And keep praying to meet an ediot who thinks that Pardini is a toy like handgun and not good for SD :)


:laughing-rolling:

_________________
Parcham-e-sitāra-o hilāl, Rahbar-e-taraqqī-o kamāl, Tarjumān-e-māzī, shān-e-hāl, jān-e-istiqbāl!, Sāyah-e-khudā-e-zu-l-jalāl

Bolt actions speak louder than words

Sometimes adding 175 grains of boat-tailed diplomacy speeds up Peace Talks


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

TGF Expert Panel

Offline

Joined: Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:00 pm
Posts: 395
Location: Lahore, Pakistan
Shooter wrote:
A beginner who is interested in acquiring necessary equipment to pursue his interest in Competition Handgun Shooting gets confused easily when he is given a long list of items to choose from. :confusion-scratchheadyellow:

The list in front of him includes brand names and models such as Beretta Target .22, Browning Buckmark, Czechmate, CZ75 SP01 Shadow, CZ75 TS, Glock 17L, Glock 34, Hammerli, HK MK23, HK USP Tactical .45, ISSC .22 LR (5.5"), Pardini, Ruger Mark III .22, Sarsilmaz K12, Sig P226 X5, Sig P226 X6, Smith & Wesson .22 (5.5" and above), Taurus .22 revolver (6"), Taurus PT99, Walther GSP Expert, Walther SP22, Weihrach .22 revolver (6"), Zigana Sport, Zigana T, etc.

I invite learned and experienced members to share their knowledge and discuss the following:

1) Which of these (or other locally available) Handguns are preferable for competition shooting and why ?

2) Of the ones you prefer, which handguns are available or can be arranged in Pakistan and an idea, if possible of their price ?


Thanks in advance :handgestures-salute:


My dear you have mixed up equipment for polo,hockey, volley ball, cricket and basket ball.
Like each of the above sports are Ball Games but not the same ball is used similarly there are a number of disciplines in Pistol Shooting and each requires a different Pistol and Caliber. Some times one Pistol may be used for two disciplines but no more.
None of the locally made guns are good for shooting in competition and none are allowed as well for the safety reasons.

PLease be specific which discipline are we talking about?
KBW has thrown a lot of light on this subject and also given pictures and details or the match guns on the Forum.


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Master at Arms

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:31 pm
Posts: 7421
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
Very rightly put by Ghazi sahib. This is what I wrote in another thread that we need to go for specialisation. We cant have one gun doing all the jobs. By doing this, we actually endup wasting lot of money and still at the end, go for that weapon which would fulfill our needs. This forum provides us the opportunity to know what we should buy to fulfill our needs, right at the start :)

_________________
Si vis pacem, para bellum


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Sharp Shooter

Offline
User avatar

Joined: Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:40 pm
Posts: 714
Location: Pakistan
Ghazi wrote:
Shooter wrote:
A beginner who is interested in acquiring necessary equipment to pursue his interest in Competition Handgun Shooting gets confused easily when he is given a long list of items to choose from. :confusion-scratchheadyellow:

The list in front of him includes brand names and models such as Beretta Target .22, Browning Buckmark, Czechmate, CZ75 SP01 Shadow, CZ75 TS, Glock 17L, Glock 34, Hammerli, HK MK23, HK USP Tactical .45, ISSC .22 LR (5.5"), Pardini, Ruger Mark III .22, Sarsilmaz K12, Sig P226 X5, Sig P226 X6, Smith & Wesson .22 (5.5" and above), Taurus .22 revolver (6"), Taurus PT99, Walther GSP Expert, Walther SP22, Weihrach .22 revolver (6"), Zigana Sport, Zigana T, etc.

I invite learned and experienced members to share their knowledge and discuss the following:

1) Which of these (or other locally available) Handguns are preferable for competition shooting and why ?

2) Of the ones you prefer, which handguns are available or can be arranged in Pakistan and an idea, if possible of their price ?


Thanks in advance :handgestures-salute:


My dear you have mixed up equipment for polo,hockey, volley ball, cricket and basket ball.
Like each of the above sports are Ball Games but not the same ball is used similarly there are a number of disciplines in Pistol Shooting and each requires a different Pistol and Caliber. Some times one Pistol may be used for two disciplines but no more.
None of the locally made guns are good for shooting in competition and none are allowed as well for the safety reasons.

PLease be specific which discipline are we talking about?
KBW has thrown a lot of light on this subject and also given pictures and details or the match guns on the Forum.



I'm sorry, I missed this post and just read it.

Sir, then I think it would be wise to break this discussion into different disciplines.

Need advise from KBW sb and MR sb and others.


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
 Post subject: Re: Range/Competition Handguns > Options, your choice and vi

Marksman

Offline

Joined: Tue Oct 26, 2010 1:22 pm
Posts: 437
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
After reading this CZ TS review, my choice is TS :)


Top
 Profile E-mail  
 
Display posts from previous:  Sort by  
Post new topic Reply to topic  [ 28 posts ]  Go to page 1, 2  Next

All times are UTC + 5 hours


Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest


You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum

Jump to:  
cron
Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group
Template made by DEVPPL -
phpBB SEO