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Old 01-31-2013, 15:42   #15
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Some folks will also refer to this as a "tactical" reload. Some of our USPSA and LEO shooters will reload in this manner. Also some will refer to muzzle not breaking the "180" which extends vertically and horizontally.
I too wish that the printed rules would "keep up" and be all inclusive.
And interestingly, IDPA does not have a 180 rule, only "Muzzle Safe Points".
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