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  2. Try re-clocking the comp/ sight block. It might be misaligned a very tiny bit. Happened to me once, slide will not close completely while racking. over tightening the comp to barrel was my experience. thank you, Mark Santos
  3. I’ll see if I can find the info I had on them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I have a metric butt- load of WST on hand (used to shoot SS), but I was trying to avoid its temp sensitivity.
  5. Thanks Can you get your hands on some factory 148 gr HBWC rounds and shoot a 50 yard group....that is my typical range for testing.
  6. What cartridge ( 9mm, 40 s&w, 45acp, etc ) are causing the problem and what casefeeder plate are you using?
  7. I have one and love it, it is my main carry gun, very accurate
  8. Not an expert by any means. I've looked into this a lot because I have the same problem. My solution is a little different. While I'm working on seeing my sights better and calling my shots, I use ranging and pacing heavily to get by. What I mean by that is: If there are targets, say 2ft away, I don't really need to call my shots or even see my sights, I can point and shoot. Until around 20ft I can take one sight picture and put two shots in the A zone. I don't feel the need to try to call my shots until I get outside of that range where I can comfortably point and shoot, so I don't bother. Am I crazy? Maybe I don't just don't believe that my eyes will ever catch up with the splits I want to shoot.
  9. Well, that's what they were called. So,......
  10. I recently switched from titegroup to WST with ibejiheads and it's def softer making the same power factor. loading 4.8 grains @ 1.205 OAL and making 169-170pf out of a 5 inch KKM barrel Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  11. honestly, to race in hi cap go carry optics. you may be able to utilize your production gun if it's legal and it's soo much easier to run than open. plus, it truly is fun with the limiting factor being minor scoring but it's still fast. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  12. Should've paid electronically, the postal service is not your friend. The Treasurer issues invoices very quickly if you opt for the online payment.
  13. Good to know, I think they seem to be right around the $2700 range correct? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I don’t have a ton of rounds through mine (3000 ish) but I’m running a Timney and am more than happy with it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I am going to get into USPSA next year. What division would you start off in? I have a gun i can shoot production with so i'd probably go into that. Afterwards Im not really sure where to go. Do I hop into open after that or do I go into limited. Also what would used open gun run me? I know it would depend on brand but ballpark.
  16. Following to mainly see which ones are lasting through the abuse.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. Well if it doesn’t work and you like the gun send it away and get it working. My real advice would be shoot the Glock that works and spend the money on ammo and matches.
  18. Following up on my Trijicon SRO's auto-brightness issue under LED lighting. Trijicon RMA'd my SRO and their repair department messaged me that they couldn't repair my optic. Instead they would send me a brand new one. That sounded good to me. The replacement was delivered today and I just took it out of the box and tested it. The new SRO has the exact same issue as the old one. It simply does not auto adjust under LED lighting. It sets itself to the very dim 2nd visible setting with LED overhead lighting, unlike my RMRs. I then did my dark room test with my Streamlight TLR-1 HL and again both of my RMRs worked perfectly but the SRO completely washed out without auto-adjusting at all. When I went into a room with incandescent lighting the SRO auto-adjusted properly. The tech I spoke to said that the RMR and SRO have the same electronics and should react the same way to lighting. He speculated that the auto-adjusting sensitivity on my old SRO might have been programmed incorrectly or that the light sensor was defective. Since this a whole new optic and it is behaving the exact same way, I'm going to guess that either the electronics are actually different from the RMR or that whole batches of SRO's are being programmed incorrectly. The difference between my old serial number and new serial number is over 5,000 so there are probably a whole lot of SRO's out there that have this same issue. Definitely follow the advise on Sage Dynamics - Not intended for duty use. While he was referring to the optic's fragility with regard to drop resilience in his video, clearly the electronics also don't work correctly. If you do intend to use it on a defensive gun, you should probably set the brightness manually and use the lock-in feature. You'll need to change the batteries more frequently if you store it this way but at least you will be able to see the dot when needed, especially if you use an LED flashlight or WML. Anyway, mine will be used for Carry Optics and I'll manually adjust the brightness, so no biggie I guess.
  19. Oh one thing I forgot to mention. If you are going to buy and want a stock version without any customizations, different finishes, or any other options, wait for a free shipping and 10% off coupon code on Brownells. I believe you can backorder it with the coupon code if it's not in stock too. When I first started shopping around this was the best deal I could find on a new one. I've rarely seen a new Wilson gun discounted and 10% off was a pretty big dent that I used towards mags.
  20. Not 100% of the time. The work that Hayes does will work.
  21. Does the RIA work? If it does why are you sending it away for work?
  22. I used to used Win231a lot for my shadow 2, TSO, x5 and MPX until I switch over to Sport Pistol at the beginning of the year. Sport pistol is cleaner and cheaper than win231. It’s also more consistent with the bullets I used namely BB 124 RN, Acme 124 RN & TCFP, RMR 124 Match winners and PD 124 JHP.
  23. Today
  24. *Rolls eyes* Thanks for your contribution. No one would have ever known what we were discussing, otherwise. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6003 using Tapatalk
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