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Gibt es eine Übersicht welche Waffe für welche Wertung benötigt wird?

Kann man da ohne vorherige Schulung oder Einweisung teilnehmen?

a: ja es gibt klare Definitionen was für Waffen zugelassen sind

b: Es geht

@MichaelKi ist Bundesrefferent Bianchi und der richtige Ansprechpartner für alle Fragen

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a: ja es gibt klare Definitionen was für Waffen zugelassen sind

b: Es geht

@MichaelKi ist Bundesrefferent Bianchi und der richtige Ansprechpartner für alle Fragen

Schön dass Du die beiden Dokumente aus Beitrag 1 gelesen hast.

Meine Fragen beziehen sich auf Informationen die nicht darin zu finden sind.

@Michael

Hast Du eine Übersicht welche Waffen für welche Wertung zugelassen sind?

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So ein Mist, warum werde ich hier vom WO nicht mehr informiert, wenn geantwortet wurde?

@ Widd3R: Ich habe es in diesen Unterbereich gestellt, weil ich glaube, dass hier die meisten Interessenten unterwegs sind.

@ bulli357: Ich welchem Verband die Schützen üblicherweise schießen, interessiert mich bei den meisten Wettkämpfen nicht. Wir haben Teilnehmer aus Österreich, Italien, Niederlande, Luxembourg... die auch keine BDMP Mitglieder sind. Einfach kommen und Spaß haben.

@ Computerfritze: Wir schießen aktuell die Waffenklassen wie sie in den USA geschossen werden.

Open Firearm - Any semi-automatic handgun or revolver used in competition shall be serviceable and safe. If any pistol is observed to be unserviceable or unsafe, it shall be withdrawn at the request of the tournament director. The term “firearm” as used in these rules includes anything attached, permanently or temporarily, to the pistol. All standard safety features of guns must operate properly.

Open Rimfire Firearm - Any semi-automatic handgun or revolver chambered for .22 Rimfire ammunition, which is serviceable and safe. If any pistol is observed to be unserviceable and unsafe, it shall be withdrawn at the request of the Tournament Director. The term “firearm” as used in these rules includes anything attached, permanently or temporarily, to the pistol. All standard safety features of guns must operate properly.

Metallic sight firearm - Minimum caliber is 9x19mm (9mm); a semi-automatic firearm with no more than a 6 1/4-inch barrel length. The front sight not to extend beyond the muzzle, the maximum sight radius to be no more than 8.5 inches. A Revolver’s barrel will not exceed 8 5/8 inches in length; the front sight not to extend beyond the muzzle, the maximum sight radius not more than 11 inches. All standard safety features of guns must operate properly. The following items are prohibited:(a) Wings.

(b) Peep, ghost, optical or electronic sights.

© Orthopedic grips - no part of the grip may encircle the hand.

(d) Thumb rests.

(e) Compensators or ported barrels

Production Firearm - The intend of this rule is to encourage the use of Production Firearms as manufactured and promote NRA Action Pistol Shooting at the "Grass Roots" level. Accordingly, in order to keep this class from becoming and “Equipment Match” Single Action only pistols are prohibited”.

A Production Firearm is a semi-automatic handgun or revolver which is or has been a catalogue item readily available to the general public equipped with factory notch & post sights. All standard safety features of guns must operate properly. The firearm shall have no visible external modifications except as follows:

(a) Grips may be replaced or modified to fit a competitors hand or facilitate loading. Checkering, stippling, grip tape and sleeves are permitted.

(b) Barrel length may not exceed 5.35 inches for semi automatic pistols and may not exceed 6 inches for revolvers.

© Wide “target” style hammers and triggers, if included on the firearm as originally manufactured are permitted.

(d) Only open sights may be used. The front sight must be a non-adjustable post sight. The rear sight may be adjustable if the firearm was originally manufactured with an adjustable sight. Sights may be replaced but they must use the original 10

dovetail cuts and must retain the original configuration of the firearm. Fiber optic sights are permitted.

(e) Barrels may be replaced with original factory or after market barrels with the same configuration and caliber of the original barrel. Modifications to the slide or frame to facilitate the use of the aftermarket barrel are not permitted.

(f) Semi-Auto firearms must fire the first shot of every string in double action. Revolvers must fire ALL shots of every stage double action only.

(g) Semi-Auto trigger weight may not be less than 3.5 lbs. in any mode, revolver Trigger weight may not be less than 3.5 lbs. in double action mode.

(h) External finishes, either protective or decorative and other non-functional embellishments (such as engraving, inlays or inscriptions) are permitted.

(i) Production holsters must be designed for draw from the top only. Holsters must cover the slide up to minimum of ½” below the ejection port in semi-autos and a minimum halfway down the cylinder on revolvers. Holster must prevent access to, or activation of, the trigger of the handgun when holstered.

The following firearm modifications are prohibited.

(a) Single action only firearms.

(b) Custom-shop firearms.

© Changes in the original factory sight configuration of the firearm, front adjustable sights.

(d) Peep, ghost, optical, electronic, Bo-Mar and Aristocrat type sights.

(e) Thumb rests, grip or magazine extensions.

(f) Compensators or ported, weighted barrels.

(g) Competition, Race Type and Open Front Holsters are prohibited.

(h) Milling of slide, slide ports are allowed on only factory-original approved models.

​Zusätzlich schießen wir noch KK als Metallic und Open Modified. Dort werden Open Waffen geschossen, die keine Flügel haben.

Einen Workshop vor dem ersten Wettkampf zu besuchen ist nie falsch. Allerdings werden wir bereits Freitag mit einigen sehr erfahrenen Bianchi Schützen in Philippsburg trainieren. Du bist ein sehr erfahrener Schützen und wenn Du Interesse hast, bekommen wir das schon hin.

@ farmer3: Den Bianchi Teil des Handbuchs hat man in der Vergangenheit leider nicht an die NRA Regeln angepasst. An diesem Punkt arbeiten wir gerade. Ziel ist es, dass die NRA Regel wo es geht 1:1 bei uns angewendet werden. Wir schießen mit Teams auf internationalen Wettkämpfen und können es uns nicht erlauben nach zwei Regelwerken zu schießen.

Wer Fragen hat darf mich auch gerne anrufen.

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Wenn Du "Zum vollwertigen Editor wechseln" drückst, dann gibt es unter "Beitragsoptionen" die Möglichkeit "Thema abonnieren?" anzuhaken, daß gibt es schon etwas länger, sozusagen vor dem "Früher" ;-)

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