• Equipment Rules

    All equiptment must be deemed fit for:

    A. Practical for self-defense use.
    B. Concealable - All equipment will be so placed
    that, when wearing an open concealment garment
    with your arms extended to your sides and parallel
    to the ground, it can NOT been seen from the front,
    rear or sides.
    C. Must be suitable for and worn in a manner that is
    appropriate for all day continuous wear.

    Pistol Rules

    PERMITTED Modifications (Inclusive list):
    1. Sights may be changed to another conventional notch and post type (see ?sights? in glossary for further information).

    2. Grips may be changed to another style or material that is
    similar to factory configuration.

    3. A slip-on grip sock and/or skateboard tape may be used.

    4. Internal action work may be used to enhance trigger pull as long as safety is maintained (no visible external modifications allowed).

    5. Reliability work may be done to enhance feeding.

    6. Internal accuracy may be worked to include replacement of barrel.

    7. Plastic plugs may be used to fill the opening behind the
    magazine well.

    8. Custom finishes may be applied.

    NOTE: The slide releases and magazine releases that are standard on the Glock 34 and 35 models are allowed.

    EXCLUDED Modifications (NON-Inclusive list):

    1. Externally visible modifications other than grips or sights.

    2. Robar style grip reduction.

    3. Add-on magazine well opening.

    Holsters:

    A. Must be designed for concealed carry and suitable for all
    day continuous wear.

    B. Must be worn on a standard belt of no more than 1 ?? width that must pass through the belt loops on the shooter?s pants.

    C. Must fully cover the trigger of the firearm.

    D. Must carry the firearm in a neutral (vertical) or muzzle rear cant.

    E. Must hold the firearm with enough tension to allow the
    wearer to complete normal daily tasks without fear of losing
    the weapon.

    F. Must be constructed of normal thickness common holster
    making materials (leather, Kydex, plastic, nylon, etc.).

    G. May not position the firearm where the breech face (autos)or rear of the cylinder (revolvers) is below the center of the belt. NO drop loops are permitted.? Holsters for females may position the breech face of a pistol or rear of the cylinder of a revolver up to 1 ?? below the center of the belt.
    NOTE: IWB style holsters are exempt from this criterion.

    H. Must hold the firearm positioned on the body so an object of ??width cannot pass between the shooter?s body and the inside of the firearm when the shooter is standing straight and upright.

    I. Must be positioned on the belt in a location that will keep the center of the trigger pad behind the centerline 4 of the body.

    NOTE: Modification of current holsters and ammunition
    carriers to meet IDPA criteria is acceptable.

    NOT Permitted:

    A. Cross Draw Holsters.

    B. Shoulder Holsters.

    C. Small of the Back Holsters.

    D. Holsters designed and/or marketed as ?competition?
    models.

    E. Muzzle forward or ?on the belt? adjustable cant holsters.
    Those that allow the cant to be adjusted by the shooter while the holster is on the belt are not allowed.

    NOTE: Holsters with an adjustable cant via removal of bolts
    and repositioning of the backpiece are approved if set for
    neutral or muzzle rear cant.

    F. Drop loop holsters.

    G. Positioning of the firearm where the breech face (autos) or the rear of the cylinder (revolvers) is below the center of the belt.
    H. Cutting of the front edge of the holster more that 1?? below the breech face on pistols or 1? below the rear of the cylinder on revolvers.
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