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  1. Do you make a full length rifle buffer tube for your system?
  2. Do you make a non adjustable rifle length buffer tube for your system?
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    Level 1 match, After hearing the unload and show clear but before the RO could say, if clear, they holstered their still loaded gun with the mag in the gun. The RO said stop, cleared the gun, gave them a warning. DQ?
  4. Total weight of buffer, steel spacer and bolt is 22.10 oz's.
  5. I will check it out later and let you know.
  6. Yes, Left the weight in. For me the carbine spring gave me the best results down range. Not exactly the best dot movement but the best double taps.
  7. I use a stock .223 carbine spring with good results , 15 oz. bolt, Blitzkreig and steel spacer, Gold 308 trigger. No problem using it for two seasons of shooting.
  8. I agree with Bwillis, Your current set ups should give you very little dot movement. That leaves one thing, you! For me I can dramatically change my dot movement by changing how I stand and how I hold my gun with the same load. Hand far out on the hand guard, hand close, hard grip, soft grip, stock high on my shoulder, low on my shoulder, facing the target, angle my body to the target. You get the idea. Try it. Might help you out. I put up three targets at 15 yds. Double tap them as fast as you want to go. You may find that your dot movement can fool you as to what is happening downrange on your targets. I like to get at least a 2" double tap.
  9. I doubt in "real life" you will need to do any type of reload. Either they will be hurt, you will be hurt, both of you hurt or somebody dead. Train to do one of course but if you survive, the reload will probably come after the fight is over.
  10. Funny story, My first matches were in the winter, John Amidon was a local shooter in our club. I knew who he was but being new I was new to him. One match I brought tomato soup in a thermos. We got to the next stage and at our loading table I poured some soup into my cup. John was a few feet away and I said to him, John, are you into Bloody Mary's? I can still remember the look on his face!!!!!!!!!! He went over to the President of our club who was in our squad and pointed to me. Rich the Pres. laughed out loud and explained what the deal was. I still shoot with him and we both still get a laugh about it.
  11. I can relate to your commentary, It was like I was at the match. I am looking out of my window at 10" of snow and 18 degrees so your video let me escape my boredom for awhile. Nice splits.
  12. Nice match video with great commentary, Very nice camera work. I have never liked pov videos. Great for the shooter, not so much for the viewer.
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