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Finally read the FAQs

Finally read the FAQs (3/11)

  1. Simply the best. He (and Phil Rosato) adopted me in 2001, and, eventually, many Washington state shooters who came to the IRC. He was the most fun to shoot with. I hope there will be room on his squad
  2. Try the Pachmayr Gripper grips. I have average hands with a deep palm and these mitigate recoil for me though many find them aesthetically not pleasing. I have never liked the Hogue mono grips for the reason you state. That said, Hogue as a company is excellent to work with
  3. Beautiful piece. I have often said that if I were to ever totally master the double action revolver pull it will be because of my 617. If I wear mine out before I do (or die) it would be replaced with one like this
  4. Check the trigger pin in the frame and make sure it is not loose. That is a back to the factory fix
  5. My story and I am sticking to it is that I once got a beautiful trigger job from Randy Lee. 5 and one half pounds/Federal primers carefully loaded. The problem for me was the weak return. I was informed that that is the price of a super light trigger. That the faster shooters released the trigger rather than riding the return. I could never get the hang of that so the trigger job was lost on me. My problem. The balance between a light pull and the return is a matter for experiment and will be slightly different for every gun. Have fun
  6. Why would you do something like that to a poor, innocent underlug?
  7. There only real use is for going prone. With the demise of the Far and Near Standards in ICORE that isn't going to happen much
  8. I see nothing in the ICORE or USPSA rules that requires pants
  9. I think I saw Wile E. Coyote try that in a Road Runner cartoon It did not end well
  10. I think I am glad I missed the unedited version
  11. Unfortunately, everybody's hand and pain tolerance is different. Resign yourself to trying and owning ($) a lot of different grips. I used Hogue fingergrooveless big butts but changed every so often. Recently I returned to Pachmayr (sp?) grippers. Go figure
  12. The greatest of all time. Always good to do in whole or in part
  13. It won't add many shooters. It is the same fallacious reasoning that brought about allowing 8 shots. Not that many are going to go out and spend the money to buy the equipment to shoot the division. If they already have the gun, they probably will shoot the division/but they are probably already shooting revolver Better to divide revolver into 8 and six. You may get some people back (625s who didn't/couldn't sell them) and pick up some casual revolver shooters
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