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About RangerTrace

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    TRD PRO driver
  • Birthday 11/21/1968

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    Hurst, Texas
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    USPSA and IDPA shooting, reloading
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    Trace McDonald

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  1. In my experience, the worst 1911 trigger feels and shoots better than the best Glock trigger.
  2. I totally get why you might consider how loud the gun may be inside the residence, but as a good friend and retired DELTA guy told me, sometimes you want the bad guys to know they are being shot at.
  3. I just double checked, it's GMX. I wouldn't expect it to defeat Level III, but any of the soft armor would likely be perforated.
  4. Hornady 110 grain Gmax or is it Vmax??
  5. Body armor is all too common these days, so if you're going to the trouble of building/buying an AR, do with a rifle cartridge. This is my EDC backpack gun. LANTAC LA-SF15, 7.5" 300BLK with their BMD.
  6. He has primers and is bragging about it to make us jealous!!
  7. I wear a multifocal contact in my left/dominant eye with 1.5 power reading in it. It's the best thing I've ever done for my shooting vision. It was Youngeyes idea.
  8. Cheely E2 and Infinity Signature grips give the highest grip possible and feel amazing in the hand. And Cheely Aluminum grips seem to work without cracking.
  9. My match load is a Zero 147 grain JHP over 3.5 grains of N320 to 1.125". Feeds like butter in my STIs and Glocks. Makes 133 PF in the STIs.
  10. RangerTrace

    Glock 34 Trigger

    Agreed. I have his combat trigger in my G45 and while it's not overly light, it's far better than stock. I'm installing one of his competition triggers in another G45 MOS today. I'm looking forward to seeing how much lighter it is than the combat trigger.
  11. I agree. I read where guys are using tungsten putty to make their guns heavier!?! If that is legal, adding a 3 ounces light should certainly be legal. Both USPSA and IDPA have some rules that make you shake your head. FWIW, weapon mounted lights are pretty much the norm around here.
  12. I've been struggling with this since January with DPP 2.5 MOA dots. BJ Norris and I had a long conversation a few weeks ago and he suggested a larger dot. The SRO with the 5 MOA dot seems to have helped.
  13. Sure, but doesn't a buck cost $2.50 in Cali?!?
  14. I'm not a fan of the Gen5 G34 without the lightening cut.
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