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  1. Does it make contact with the locking block? Mines on a ZEV OZ9 so it doesn’t have a locking block pin so it’s like a 2 pin gun. Since the block is integrated into the chassis and cant be lifted out of the frame like a Glock, it's machined open enough to allow the trigger to be removed so I would assume that yours would actually fit better.
  2. I’ve never owned one, but that’s because I saw my buddies RHT holster for a Stock 2 and it had a really weird fit. There are so many options that offer vacuum formed, CNC billet mold, dual layer Kydex holsters nowadays that I’d be hard pressed to consider a foam pressed (my personal opinion from the lack of definition) holster with a long lead time. Currently using a holster from a small shop, great build quality, and short lead time.
  3. Yes same footprint/mounting holes. Only difference is the SRO’s glass hangs out over the front, so it’s recommended that it does not cover the ejection port.
  4. Take a gander at the first reply. It’s a magnetic race holster. The other one was edited out after I pointed it out. I see your reading comprehension is about as good as theirs.
  5. Is your RHT molded to accept the ELS pattern? If so, drilling a new hole is easy.
  6. So why are people recommending race holsters? He’s looking for a hanger to attach a kydex RHT holster.
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    G17 mag well

    Agency, ALG, Carver, Dawson, Glockstore, Magpul, Overwatch, SJC, TTI, Tyrant, Zev just to name a few.
  8. You can only shorten up the take up very little until the trigger safety no longer engages. You’d have to modify the blade safety to take have noticeable change in take up.
  9. I like the Zev extension for that reason. Dont have to slide the extension off, just slide the door off.
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    ZEV OZ9

    For what it’s worth, all during matches because I dont shoot at the range for fun/practice due to ammo situation. I’ve had 2 incidents with FTE. 1. New gun with Apex extractor (Part number 102-104), multiple FTE during the first stage at a match. Swapped back to the Zev extractor, no issues. 2. Aluminum cased ammo, FTE during the first stage at a match. Went back to brass, no issues the rest of the match. 3. It’s been 100% when I didnt change anything with brass ammo.
  11. Zev. Easiest to take apart and reassemble for cleaning. I have used TF and TTI before. Haven’t tried the MBX.
  12. No way around it. It’s a striker fired pistol. When you pull the trigger, the cruciform pushes the striker back, pushing the rear of the slide up slightly. Insert a loaded mag (recommend snapcaps or used brass) to put pressure on the slide as if it was actually cycling when shooting. You’ll notice the slide slop goes away.
  13. I just dry fired the heck out of mine and greased it. Make sure the connector isnt pinching the trigger bar against the frame. I dont see the need to run a reduced power striker spring to lighten the pull an ounce. Way under #3 with a minus connector. Probably closer to #2.25-2.5
  14. The Apex sure does look like it has the longest reach. I know my Zev has a noticeably longer reach than the Timney.
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