Posted September 10, 2015 9:00 am by Comments

By Tim Anderson


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<div data-cycle-hash="balf15-idpa-ssp" data-cycle-desc="1. Stock Service Pistol (SSP) IDPA: The SSP requires semi-automatic handguns in 9mm or larger that are striker-fired, double-action/single-action or double-action only. Additional size and weight limitations apply (8.75 by 6 by 1.625 inches and 43 ounces), and only certain modifications are allowed. Magazines are loaded to a maximum of 10 rounds. Glocks, XDs and M&P pistols are commonly seen in this division. Larger variants of the Glock like the G34 are quite popular — perhaps pushing the boundaries of what one might carry daily versus prioritizing better match results." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

<div data-cycle-hash="balf15-idpa-esp" data-cycle-desc="2. Enhanced Service Pistol (ESP) IDPA: This division is similar to the SSP with the addition of single-action-only weapons and the allowance of more modifications, like extended magazine wells for speedier reloads. Magazines are loaded to a maximum of 10 rounds. More extensively modified Glocks and M&Ps are seen here, along with XDs and 9mm 1911 variants." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

<div data-cycle-hash="balf15-idpa-cdp" data-cycle-desc="3. Custom Defensive Pistol (CDP) IDPA: This division uses semi-auto .45 ACP handguns. With a magazine limitation of a maximum of eight rounds, think …read more

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