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About Edge40

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  • Birthday 03/10/1986

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    Brad Miller

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  1. Am I the only one that prefers the curved trigger over the flat x5 trigger. I keep going back and forth and prefer the curved.
  2. Same thing in limited you get a couple extra shots for the lack of recoil. And yes this has been beaten to death and then some in the same thread several guys have mentioned already.
  3. Yes they offer a muzzle support. Its not included but double alpha does make one.
  4. Alpha X. I have had both and I found the alpha x is much easier to set up. You can also remove the alpha x from the hanger and not lose any settings. This is nice if you travel and don't want it to get beat up. You cant do that with the regular race master. They both use the exact same retention device and they are interchangeable. So as far as the draw feel they are the same.
  5. Yes similar to a Glock just no visible trigger safety. I wouldn't say DA only though. Striker fired guns are very different from DA only guns.
  6. I have had both and I'm 100% recommending the race master holster. Really nice set up and if you need to keep it locked in the beginning of a stage for some strange reason its way easier to unlock on the draw. Thats not something I would recommend but if the need arises its much better. I would recommend the alpha x even more. It has the exact same retention device/guts as the race master but a much better adjustment system. The WSM2 is cheaper to switch between platforms as it is just shims that can be added or removed but the DAA holster is just a better product all around.
  7. I shoot TG too. Don't think thats it. Could you be roasting the bulb and it gets brittle? When you say they are breaking are you finding them broken still in the gun or do they completely fall out?
  8. I have never broken one. you sure they are breaking and not just slipping through because of a small bell? that seems weird to have them break that quick. Also what brand of rod are you using. Maybe that could have some bearing on it if you are using cheap rod.
  9. Def second Red Hill. Such a nice product.
  10. If you are looking to practice machining, try these.  I bought a few a while back. 


    1. Edge40


      Thats awesome!! Thanks man.

  11. Thats strange. Maybe try taking the pin out and cleaning the die and pin with a degreaser. Could be some machining oil left on it. Never heard of that problem.
  12. That thing really is huge. That was funny I looked at those pics and I'm like that looks like my old edge. Looked back at my messages and remembered I sold it to you. Hows it running?
  13. You don't have a pic by any chance do you? I always wondered how big it really was.
  14. Dawson still makes it. Its the "mo" lo pro version. Its a bigger button that you can tune yourself.
  15. It is easier for sure. I have smaller hands also. Problem is sometimes I hit the button with my palm and drop the mag. Usually on high stress reloads where its a real rush to get it done. Like a classifier. I switched to the IDPA length dawson mag release and put the heavy spring in it. That seems to have remedied the problem but if not its back to a regular ole lo pro button. I kind of need the paddle but it may not work out. Ill have to get used to flipping the gun in my had for mag changes.