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  1. Reload while moving away from box A

    A normal match I would consider as one that is sanctioned by USPSA and is running fully under the USPSA rulebook. My question was not about me moving on, I did that after the stage as such that I stated I did not question it there since it is just a local practice match, no prizes or classification, it was simply to ask what others thought of such a procedural penalty in the sense that many of us attend events with different rules(USPSA, Steel Challenge, IDPA, etc)
  2. Reload while moving away from box A

    Understood regarding that, but I figured this would be the best place to ask what the opinion was, again it was just a fun practice match they do every week, so I am not too concerned, just wondering how that would play out at a normal USPSA match, for which I have one this weekend.
  3. At our local steel match on Tuesday, which is based almost exactly on USPSA rules, there was a stage that had a mandatory reload that stated "make a mandatory reload while moving away from box A". I performed this reload while moving but finished the reload as I stepped into box B, it wasn't very far. I was given a procedural for this. I read the description again and it did not state "finish the reload before entering box b". For the sake of time I didn't contest it and just moved on, as it was only a practice match. I was wondering if this truly was a procedural or would it have been an allowed action during a normal match?
  4. G34 trigger reach

    This is the answer I want to hear. Thank you very much, will browse through and put in an order.
  5. G34 trigger reach

    I suspect this could be part of it as well. the 19 trigger is extremely well worn in and could be a different pull. However no way I try to use it, other than adjusting grip, can I get even semi accurate shots out of it.
  6. G34 trigger reach

    That should probably do it, any suggestions? Will check them out. What one do you suggest?
  7. G34 trigger reach

    First post on here, shoot both a Glock 34 Gen4 and a CZ 75 SP01 Shadow. Switch off between production and Limited minor USPSA. If this topic has been beat to death, please just point me to the best thread. I have always been a die hard Glock fan, have a Gen2 G19 with probably 40-60K through it, replaced worn parts and it's still going. Love my G43 also. I recently bought a Gen4 34 to compete with and have consistent problems with trigger reach, all shots push left. Unless I rotate my grip to be significantly less supported I cannot resolve this, and once I adjust my grip my follow up shots are not as consistent. I have tried all of the back straps and am currently using none as to reduce the grip. I thought it was me making mistakes, anticipating or something, but it only happens with this gun. I also shoot a CZ and do not have this issue, I am accurate all day if I do my part and have no problem reaching and getting a good center point on the pad of my finger to press the trigger. I feel kind of stupid, my hands are not tiny and they don't seem like I should have this issue, but it is most definitely there. I see that others have used aftermarket triggers or grip reductions for similar problems, however I feel this will not be production class legal. I am looking at probably selling it if I can't find a good solution, and just keep shooting my CZ. Any suggestions?
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