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  1. On a 1911 you can’t fire the gun until the slide is back in battery With my 6” limited gun with heavier bullets, I’m waiting for the gun to cycle to fire the second shot but I’m also primarily a open shooter where the gun does cycle quick ive fired .10-.12 splits on occasion
  2. It depends on the gun and division heavier bullets feel more like a push Lighter more snappy, faster cycling i used to run 147s in production then 1 match I ran out of my match ammo, so I grabbed what I had, 115 factory ball, 124 and 147 jhp and what little of my match ammo I had and shot the match. Some mags had 115 some with 147 and a couple with all 3 and what I noticed was I didn’t notice any difference while shooting the stage i was too busy watching my sights and executing my stage plan I also have a 6” 40 with a lighten slide and I run 165’s, anythin
  3. Cool looking gun, I didn’t know limcat worked on anything not sti based
  4. The competitor is responsible for their equipment if you gun breaks during a stage, you don’t get a mulligan to fix it, record the time, score as shot. if you get a squib, the RO should try to stop you for safety, but again, it’s your ammo, it’s your responsibility to make sure you brought good ammo. if I suspect I have a squib that the RO didn’t catch, I’d stop, inform the RO and check, if it’s a block bore, it’s scored as shot, if not times running
  5. You didn’t post what gun, if it’s something it’s grip screws, check if they’re protruding into the magwell and pinching the mag Also if you have a extended button on the mag catch, the left side of the mag catch may pinch the mag in place after it releases it. A simple fix is to drop a tiny ball bearing into the mag catch spring and use the lock to hold it in place to act as a overtravel stop
  6. Has a Black Friday https://3dstagebuilder.com/
  7. That’s my experience also, I tried them on both my limited and open guns because I’d handled guns with them and like the feel but it caused my shot to group low.
  8. I ran the peltor tactical pros until they died now I’m using the tactical 500 with the gel ear seals they both worked well without earplugs for open, and standing next to a 50 Barrett the head band on the tac pro’s are way more comfortable, the one on the tac 500 sucks
  9. I think the problem with the 9mm FP compared to the regular M16 FP is what stops the forward momentum. on the M16/AR15 I believe it’s stopped by the flange on the back of the FP impacting the back of the bolt on the 9 mils it might be stopped by the shoulder at the tip or by the primer itself, which could cause it to flex every time it’s fired. I broke the tip off one of mine, and I’ve seen other break at the shoulder half way up. but then again, I could be full of s#!t
  10. I have a 6” limited gun and it’s just ok, it was built to comply with the old rule. It cycles slower than I like with any ammo heavier than 165 heads. A friend built a gun with a 6” island barrel and 5” slide, it cycled fast, has the longer sight radius plus a little weight out front if I ever got the bug to shoot limited regularly, I’d build something similar
  11. The AC trigger just reduces the pretravel, that made a huge difference to me it might not to you
  12. Damn a holster made out of a dead animal I got one just like it for a highpower
  13. CED pistol sleeve https://www.shootersconnectionstore.com/CED-Pistol-Sleeve-P146.aspx
  14. Thanks for the info i kinda suspected that was the only difference
  15. Currently have a Romero 1pro and want to move it to a different gun, EGW has a mount that would work for the DPP but they have told me it wouldn’t work for the R1pro. Besides the locator pins, is there any difference between the 2 mounts thanks
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