So, you’ve gone out and shot your first USPSA match. You’ve caught the bug and are already looking into how you can up your game. After shopping around, you've noticed the vast majority of people are shooting in the carry optics division and have decided that that is the division you want to compete in. But what pistol is everyone using? What pistol do you want to use? Well, lucky for you, there are some amazing off-the-shelf options nowadays for those looking to pick up a carry optics-ready pistol without any extra work.
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