Doug*

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  1. What would you say is the pull weight of the break? Seems super light from the video... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thank you for posting. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Measuring known weights its plus +/- gram so I should be good. My other CZ's weigh where they should. I was hoping my non-shadow would be underweight like the Sig. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I shoot metal CZ's and like DA/SA. I messed around with putting a fastfire on a SIG 226R. Attached a picture for those interested on a scale - 31.6 oz. It's one of the few full size metal guns that will make weight that I am aware. Game guns are limited for here in California so if I want to try carry optics, the SIG will have to due.
  5. JAFO What height Dawson's front would you go if you are replacing stock #8's on a 226? Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Will the CZ guys switch to the polymer P09? Will there be a run on the aluminum CZ P01 (27 oz) and will the discontinued polymer CZ Phantom (29 oz) be the new Unicorn?
  7. I know this wouldn't be legal in production, but will these slides fit & function on a non SP01 shadow and if so will you be selling them?
  8. If you are moving to California, BUY all the off roster pistols you ever wanted now. If you decide you don't want them later on you will not lose your money and turn a profit selling for the models in demand. Once in CA, your selection is quite limited http://certguns.doj.ca.gov As mentioned just can't bring in mags or parts greater than 10 rounds unless you possessed them within California prior to 2000 for the mags. http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/Moving_to_California_with_firearms http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/Large-capacity_magazine_restrictions Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I wouldn't bring/import in 10+ round magazines into CA. It seems there is no mention of a magazine exemption in the law for competition purposes.
  10. This custom one may have the hammer http://czcustom.com/cz75shadowcustomblk.aspx
  11. It makes perfect sense if he still has the stock hammer. Tuning the DA pull requires a completely different approach than tuning the SA pull; a light SA is almost completely dependent on the length and angle of the hammer hooks. The SA shot breaks when the sear slips off the hammer hooks, but the DA shot breaks when the disco slips off the trigger bar so they're two separate mechanisms.The hammer spring and trigger return springs have a huge effect on the DA pull weight, have little effect on the SA pull, the SA pull is all about the hammer. Thank you! That is awesome information to know.
  12. How? Email him. I am just reporting back what he told me.
  13. Apex Tactical has a Glock Ultimate Safety Plunger that claims an extended service life. Here are the material specs. · Extremely durable 440C stainless steel · Hardness 48 – 54 Rc It is also my understanding from the owner that limiting over travel on a Glock will accelerate wear on any plunger. I have one and am testing it out.
  14. what lol?? cpwsa.com/products/ready-tactical-3-gun-holster