I hope I am posting in the correct forum, but heck if I can find a dedicated IDPA forum anywhere.
A quick question from a true IDPA newbie (me) about a IDPA rule for revolvers that has me completely stumped (FYI: I have never seen a IDPA revolver match as yet) :
The IDPA rules state that you can fire "as many shots as desired" during the match, but that you may only carry "a total of three
speedloaders/full moon clips on the belt". So, with only three speedloaders available, you will be limited to a maximum of 24 revolver shots; yet I got back from a semi-auto IDPA competition in Arkansas a while back, and the competitors were carrying about six mags on their belt, and throwing a heck of a lot of lead downrange…
So what am I missing about this three speedloaders limit in a IDPA revolver match versus firing "as many shots as desired"?