Couple of background stats before the main question: I'm signed up for my first USPSA shoot at an indoor range in November. I'm on the wrong side of 40, and not interested in being at the top of the stack, but I do want to get into shooting and moving again, though at an indoor range with heat in the winter. The gear I do have is heavily focused on what was popular in two gun, three gun, and tactical-oriented carbine shooting between 10 and 15 years ago, which is to say that it is very dated and probably not well suited to the voluminous rules of USPSA competition. I will be running a 10mm single-stack 1911 in the 'Limited 10' group. I've got the gun and the holster. What I don't have are magazine carriers and a suitable belt. My budget for these items tops out at $300-$400, and I don't mind spending less, but I do want something that is of good quality and design. If this price range is not realistic, don't hesitate to tell me. I am also not sure what the 'right' number of magazine pouches I should have. I am a wide-body model, so I have plenty of real-estate with which to mount them, but I don't want to be carrying way more or way less then I should. I very much appreciate any advice you fine folks can give me, as well as prayers that I do not DQ myself for something within the first five minutes of the shoot. Thanks!