Glock M29 or 1911—both in 10mm
Safety and the unexpected can go hand in hand...
Well it's usually a safety issue. My club often runs "blind" stages and we usually run night shoots requiring a hand held flashlight (no mounted lights) and you can't borrow somebody elses light! Also, on the night shoots, the shooter rearranges the targets and no shoots for the next person and then exits to an area where there is no consorting with those who've not yet run the course.oregonshooter said:In competition we are running against the clock and KNOW where the BG's are so we tend to run around corners and expose ourselves because the targets can't shoot back and we KNOW where they are anyway. Since "blind" stages are so rare, we are constantly reinforcing this bad behavior.