So, as promised (and only a few days late!) here are the results from last week’s local Steel Challenge match. You can see the stage names listed, along with where I placed overall with both the Hi-Point and the CZ-85. Remember, I’m running the CZ from the holster, and the Hi-Point from low-ready (though that may change at tonight’s match, so we’ll see.)
In my hands, the Hi-Point was slower, overall by right about three seconds, which doesn’t sound like much until you realize that Steel Challenge is a sport won and lost by fractions of a second.
Anyway, without further adieu, here are the results:
|PENDULUM||SPEED OPTION||FIVE TO GO||ACCELERATOR|
|2||ROD G #1||9.47||9.59||9.7||10.1||38.86|
|3||BRIAN W #1||9.21||10.42||9.77||11.03||40.43|
|4||ROD G #2||11.31||9.4||9.82||10.46||40.99|
|5||BRIAN W #2||11.6||9.88||9.65||10.48||41.61|
I was honestly expecting to place much lower with the Hi-Point than I did.