So we had a SFDCC match tonight (basically IDPA, but with pistols AND rifles) and I was shooting Wolf and got totally fucked. On the first stage we were only supposed to load 6 rounds in the first mag and then reload with a full mag, well after I eliminated the first 3 targets with kill shots to each one the bolt didn't lock back and fully cycle, i'm assuming because Wolf isn't a hot round at all, but what a shitty time for it to happen since i've since gone 2,000 rounds without a single failure. Well I didn't think much of it and continued on to the cover position where i'm supposed to reload and the RO right behind me was like "how many rounds did you load?" because he thought I had more rounds left since the bolt didn't lock back and he wasted 30 seconds off the friggen timer making me clear my weapon to prove I only had 6 rounds in there. It probably would have only wasted 1 or 2 seconds at most for the failure if the RO didn't sit there for half a minute screwing me over . Everyone who was shooting 1911's had at least 1 or 2 failures, and the only other failure besides mine was a guy with a left handed Stag upper who had FTF's every single round and he had to pull the charging handle back after each shot like it was a bolt action rifle, it was pretty funny. Also, I really need a tactical sling, in previous SFDCC matches some stages would be pistol and some would be rifle but tonight it was pistol AND rifle, and only having a regular sling made it impossible to transition and I was going pretty slow because I didn't want to accidentally sweep anyone. What's a good tactical sling for a 20" AR-15 that will allow me to easily transition from rifle to pistol? I don't want a 1-point sling which I assume would allow the easiest transition. There was this one rich guy there with a SBR full auto Uzi which was fucking sweet he also had a silencer on his RRA M4gery, I knew silencers in real life sounded nothing like in the movies, but I was still pretty surprised at how loud it was, the initial firing sound was almost as loud as a regular shot it just didn't have that huge cracking echo for miles. There was also a guy there who seemed pretty young mabye 25 and he had a Blackwater hat on, I don't know if he was an actual contractor or if he just went to some of their classes or if he just had the hat, but he was a friggen badass and totally owned everyone there.