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CarlB86

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  1. First batch of SRO's died early on due to defects. They seem to be the longest lasting along with the RMR Type 2.
  2. Less prone to break, better dot options, nice round window, most common optic mounting footprint. Someone might prefer the DPP which is a valid option. Removing the optic once a year to clean and rezero is my current plan. I generally can make it without a detail strip of the extractor in that 10k-12k range. I do use a small pin sized scraper to get build up off it and surrounding area after 2-3k.
  3. I'm pretty good at helping people spend money!
  4. I believe Scott at Impact Machine will be offering these for Tanfoglio. I'm the test subject and will be putting more rounds through it, but so far no issues. Just send him a message or call. I'm not sure if a Stock II needs lightening cuts to make weight.
  5. Finally ran it in a match yesterday. Only managed to record a few stages.
  6. I think that will be mostly related to the disconnector. The Cajun one I'm using isn't as short as the bolo, but I don't ride the reset in my shooting.
  7. Ok, so Titan vs unica vs Stock Titan/Stock, both have similar DA feel. The trigger pressure is very consistent until the full hammer arc, then there is a little of the tanfoglio stacking. Unica, the stacking is weird. It feels like it moved all the stacking to the first few millimeters of trigger movement. The half cock position is really high. Once you get passed the initial stacking the DA becomes extremely light. It reminds me of a compound bow cam, heavy up front, then it cams over and goes light. The single actions are very similar in terms of feel. If I had a trigger weight gauge I could measure them.
  8. Ok, so the firing pin did need to be cut, also the depth of the hole for the spring deepened, since it was too shallow after removing material. Causing the spring to bind. I'm traveling, but will post some pictures ASAP.
  9. I have the Unica hammer and unica sear in my backup gun. Paired with the medium xtreme spring, medium xtreme firing pin spring and extreme firing pin block. It felt a little smoother in DA than the stock hammer. The single is slightly lighter, but the difference seems minor. I'm going to try fitting the Cajun Gun Works disconnector with the unica hammer. Hopefully that yields a better result.
  10. I didn't notice anything myself, but if I look for it after you pointed it out I can see it. Doesn't bother me enough to clean-up.
  11. I didn't adjust it and it seems to be ok. Will hit the range soon and test.
  12. Only way to get the SRO on. RMR won't cover.
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