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  1. It was actually really fun to shoot. It had V-8 porting so not sure what the comp did over the ports. gerritm
  2. Years ago I had a Tanfo Eric Gold in .45 (got a really good deal) and it shot flat running major factory loads. Problem was the capacity of the double stack factory mags. If I remember right it would only hold 12, no 170mm available and they were very un-reliable. Shot it in some pistol pin matches and did quite well. Sold it to a guy in Hawaii with 10 round limits. gerritm
  3. Any feedback on these? This is for a 3-gun minor CZ75 SP01 I am putting together. Will not be shot in USPSA. https://gunmagwarehouse.com/cz-cz75-cz85-9mm-26-round-magazine.html https://gunmagwarehouse.com/cz-cz75-ts-czechmate-9mm-26-round-magazine.html
  4. What big mags will work in this gun? gerritm
  5. I have used the Vortex Viper/Venoms on several Glocks with dove tail mounts. Not direct to the slide and have had to send them back for repair. Seems pretty normal for them to not hold up. Vortex CS has always been great and replaced them. Try taking a thin piece of rubber gasket material between the slide & optic to cushion it. Other than that we have all replaced the optics with more durable ones. I believe there are several others that have the same footprint as the Viper. gerritm
  6. I have broken 2, 1 was the original NFA Bolt FP, the second was a Wilson. Both were within a couple of thousand rounds. Went to Taccom FPs & springs in both our PCC's and have over 10K on both with no breakage. Do keep a couple of spares just in case. I inspect and clean them every so often. gerritm
  7. Stock is the comfort tech and has not been cut. Might have the OEM Pad. Would have to look around. We put these limbsaver pads on both her M2 & my son's M2. I don't think it changes the length of pull, just really softens the recoil. You can email me with any questions:  




    Here is the pad.

    Limbsaver Precision Fit Recoil Pad - AirTech - Benelli SBE

  8. Funny thing is in my Granddaughter's PCC she likes the weight in, says the recoil, dot movement, & cycling is better for her. She has tried it both ways. By the way she is one of the top PCC shooter in the Houston area, and beats my sorry old butt all the time. Might be the difference in weight of the barrel. She has a lighter Taccom 13/16 barrel. We run the dame 3-stage Taccom buffer and carbon fiber hand guards. Hers is about 1 pound lighter. I like it out in my JP 14.5/16 barrel. I like the dot movement & fast cycling. Doesn't seem like the bolt hits the buffer as hard.
  9. Have you talked to Tim @ Taccom? He has been running a .45 reliably. Has a super feed ULW barrel. Not sure what all his setup is, but it I know his stuff works. gerritm
  10. I have shot about 300 rounds of those polymer coated 124gr RN .356 diameter with 7.8grs of HS6 at 1.15OAL thru my open CK Arms Hardcore with 3 popple holes. I have not chronoed these, but my normal power factor is about 174. Saw no decrease in accuracy. Dot felt the same. Saw a very light coat of lead in the comp, but no actual build up. Been checking after each match. I did run 150 rounds of MG JHP 124's at the last match when I ran out. I have loaded up another 300 and will run them and keep checking. These are the same we are running with Titegroup in 2 different PC
  11. 3.8grs of Titegroup. I shoot Everglades all the time. gerritm
  12. I don't think so. When the tech asked me the history of it. I told him an open fixed mount & my .22 on their rail and I bought it used. He said based on what he saw he felt it was on a slide mount before due to the marks on the base of the unit. Said whatever it was on it was loose. I am sure he has seen many different problems and didn't seem to matter to him what it was mounted on. He actually called me a day after I had the tracking, so it was already in the mail back. I fully expected to have to pay something for the repair. gerritm
  13. I have sent back 2 plastic body Railways. 1 was on my 3-gun shotgun other was on an open pistol. Both cracked at the same spot where the set screw goes against the windage adjuster. They would not hold zero. C-more charged me $75 each to replace the bodies. This was several years ago and the railways are still going strong. gerritm
  14. Typically I have seen this happen with many USPSA shooters who come to shoot 3-gun. Holster is set for USPSA fast draw and they don't check the retention. Many 3-gun stages where the pistol is last gun to shoot and much running/positions involved between rifle/shotgun portion of stage. Doesn't happen at USPSA matches, 99.9% of the time you draw at the start. We all have retention straps and ways to lock pistol into holster or it is typical to not load the pistol until you reach that portion of the stage. I know many shooters who have similar style holsters that have external knobs
  15. I had an RTS-2 that I had bought used on my open gun for quite awhile. Switched it to a Ruger 10/22 SC rifle. Started having zero issues with it on the rifle. Would shoot fine then be way off. Thought it was me. After a couple of bad stages, went to the range & tried re-zeroing it at 12 yards. 1 shot would be right on next would be 4 inches low. Shot maybe 25 rounds and looked like I was shooting a shotgun. Sent it back to C-more. They had it about 2 weeks and I got an email with shipping tracking and a phone call from their tech. He asked me the history and I told him that it
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