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    Larry Czoka

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  1. Last year I had to chop ice off the windshield Saturday morning before leaving to the range. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Before this thread started and the updated practiscore page I inquired the match director wssc1@gmail.com and received this response: Larry, The match has been cancelled, and will no longer take place at Rio Salado, possibly another location in the future. Thank you, Steve I was asking because there was nothing on the Rio Salado calendar. That was two days ago. So now it’s really up in the air. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I was always bugged when Carry Optics went from 10 round to 140mm mags. I thought it should have been “factory flush” and most guns would hold 17 rounds. How about factory flush for Production? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I wouldn’t mess with the springs. If you’ve filed that much off the legs maybe the block in the 2.0 mags is longer. All mine were 1.0 mags. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. And you can pull all the bullets then resize the primed cases. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I have taken the followers and carefully (with a flat file) taken off about 1/16" from the bottom feet, smoothed the edges and can load 10 easily. The exact amount may vary, test and fit your first one then measure for others. I overdid my first one and could squeeze 11 with effort (became my Barney mag + 10)
  7. Tighten the crimp die just enough until you can’t push the bullet in by hand pushing it against your bench. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. The Deltapoint is as tough as RMRs. I use the optic to rack.
  9. On the advice of a gunsmith I have always substituted a standard glock striker spring (don’t know the weight) with total reliability. I assume it’s slightly heavier than the standard M&P spring.
  10. Buy a bag of these and pass them out to friends https://holsterops.com/collections/handgun-accessories/products/tap-rack-training-aid-trt
  11. Any news on discounts from Stoeger.com? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. That was absolutely the right thing to do. Children grow up so fast and hopefully you have pictures of your range time together. There is plenty of time for matches after they move out.
  13. Search on Gunbroker.com There are several sellers of M&P slides on there. https://www.gunbroker.com/Pistol-Slides/search?Keywords=M%26P&Sort=13
  14. I highly recommend https://www.landmprecisiongunworks.com Mark Housel did a superb job milling my Shield for a Shield RMS and will do any M&P slide while retaining the rear sight dovetail. You don't want the rear sight in front of the optic; hard to see it and it clutters the optic sight picture. Good Luck!
  15. Yes they are soft I’ve replaced two sets for my original DPs in the last 3 years because of battery replacement. First set was from S&W second set was from Leupold as S&W doesn’t (won’t?) carry them. Would like to find the stainless ones. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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