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Julien Boit

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About Julien Boit

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  • Birthday 09/07/1977

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    France
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    IPSC Shooting
    A little bit of gunsmithing
    Milling open gun slides!!!
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    Julien Boit

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  1. Did some weight measurements : Bolt itself is roughly 12 Oz. Insert is around 3.2 Oz. Buffer is 5.6 Oz. It seems that JP bolts runs without any added weight but has to be used with their Silent spring system.
  2. Hi all, I Recently put my hands on an Angstadt 9mm carbine. I noticed that the bolt carrier have some kind of weight pinned into it. What's the purpose of this ? Is it something to dampen recoil, or add mass to help feeding ? Thanks in advance.
  3. Is there anything specific about the 9mm trigger group ? If my memory is good, the Colt 9mm had a specific hammer.
  4. Hi all, It's been a long time since I posted here. What would you guys recommend as a good trigger group for my upcoming Stag ARms 9mm Carbine ? Thanks in advance.
  5. Stripping the first rounds out of a Metalform/Dawson mags is very difficult. That's why Angus and I designed this small piece : http://czcustom.com/9mmammostripper.aspx
  6. Here are my latest toys. Built by Brandon Strayer at Infinity Firearms. They are 5.4 9x19 IPSC classic division pistols.
  7. Now you need a stirup cut on that gun
  8. As Roy pointed out, the extra .4 on the sight radius helps with tight shots and/or small targets. The longer sight radius helps a little bit if your sight picture is not perfect, unless you completely screw up in sight alignement and trigger pull. My own pistols are short framed and light nose, this is the way I like them, so balance is not an issue because I have shot short framed guns since 2008. That's a different story if you go with a full profile or butler cut pistol. A Team mate of mine got his frame chopped to lighten his gun. BTW, which country do you live in ?
  9. The thing is that if the grip was not installed correctly and according the SV specs, unfortunately there are great chances that any warranty coud not apply. I Installed one on a SPS frame a couple of years ago, following Brandon's guidance and so far, so good.
  10. Jason : What frame you have ? SV or STI ? And who fitted the grip ?
  11. That's a keeper A collector. polymer. maybe better just to sell it
  12. Is it a Polymer grip of steel grip ? Steel grips mag catch are reversible and new generation mags have notches on both sides.
  13. I've witnessed many times first hand that Eric's grip technique works, whatever the gun he uses and whatever the power factor he shoot. His open guns were running on a 170 PF and his standard guns in the 180s and his grip works great. He's just one of the most competitive shooter ever.
  14. Get it upside down (ejection port toward the ground) and check for the line showing there are two parts.
  15. Thank you all for all the infos. I'm going the easy and cheap way : I keep my current carbine buffer
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