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  1. Best PCC trigger?

    Same here, and winning matches too...
  2. Let's see some pcc's

    just a bling grip, like a rolex is just a watch, same thing...looks super sexy right!
  3. Pictorial Comparison RTS2 vs Deltapoint Pro

    Very true, The Delta Point pro is by far the most popular in Carry Optics Div., which would make sense if you subscribe to the TAC vs Competitive theory. But honestly I have been running a couple of RTS2 scopes practically since they came out, (rode that version wave too) and now I have one on my PCC, wouldn't have any reason to switch.
  4. Corncob media sticking in hollow points

    yes, I tumble all my match ammo yes, it's all HP yes, I do it to remove case lube yes, I over lube because it makes it easier on my 650 (whtf not) no, i don't have any issues with the right media no, I do not have malfunctions due to lubed ammo picking up dust and debris on the range yes, I am happy with z e r o malfunctions end/ sorry, being an ass...
  5. Pictorial Comparison RTS2 vs Deltapoint Pro

    So after more than a year since the original post, I believe C-more has all but rectified any issues with the RTS2 and it has become hugely popular as I see more and more people running this scope now, especial in Open div. as it has gained the top spot in the 2017 equipment survey. I also see that the Delta Point Pro is averaging $325~$350.00 in most places, which is practically identical price point as the RTS2. I'n reading this thread, most people seem to say that the Leupold scope is "much more reliable" , better made and has better ergonomics than its competitors. With that said, I wonder why the Delta Point has not gained as much popularity as the RTS2?
  6. NP3 vs DLC

    I will have to try this, thanks for your suggestion!
  7. NP3 vs DLC

    I have only ever had experience with Hard Chrome, this is the reason for this post. I have 2 Open 2011 guns, both have the same barrel (KKM) both have the same general round count, different builders, different style comps. Both guns were purchased new. Gun #1 was plated/coated with NP3 after approximately 2k rounds, (it was previously Cerakote), and it was built on an STI Slide/Frame. Gun #2 is DLC Coated from purchase and it is a CK Arms Thunder, CK Slide/Frame. Over the course of the last 2 years I have noticed that the gun that has the NP3 coating is significantly more accurate than the gun with the DLC coating as they get dry and dirty. Test 1 -Both guns started cleaned and lubed with “light” Oil only, both guns grouped 2~3” at 20 yards, (same ammo) both were alternately shot using the same method. Test 2 – Both guns were allowed to run without cleaning or lubing for a period of approximately 700+ rounds in 90+ degree weather. (Note: The DLC gun was significantly dry). Gun #1(NP3) still held sub 3” groups. Gun#2 (DLC) accuracy degraded and was averaging groups of 5~6”. I have repeated this test approximately 4 times over several months and have seen the same results. Questions: Does this make sense? Is the gun with NP3 just develop a tighter lockup after re-finishing from the Cerakote? Does DLC require more lube or “thicker” lube than other coatings? Is Gun#2 just bad? Thanks-
  8. Trigger recommendations

    Hi there, there are several pages of discussion for this topic already:
  9. I have mine installed in a Sig MPX with factory ambi-safety, it made the safety a bit stiff at first, but loosened up over time. You shouldn't need anti-walk pins, I'm curious as to why others feels they need to run them?
  10. MPX Ammunition OAL Feedback

    Gen2 gun: 124g RN X-treme plated bullets @ 1.150
  11. That is not surprising, 9 of the top 10 golfers use Titleist its all about the balls
  12. Give it another year...
  13. Boom...9mm surpasses 38 Supercomp
  14. MPX Triggers

    Im using the #12 Plain toggle spring which produces the "Light Trigger Weight", and it's breaking right at 2lbs on my scale, the G-SSA was breaking at just over 2.5lbs.
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