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  1. Go to HolsterOps.com and search for sig MPX mag pouch. They have them with just the fork for $22.
  2. Techwell PCC Magwell's for the Nordic are out. Just ordered mine.
  3. The Scorpion has been very reliable and accurate. Triggers can be lightened, but even my CZ Custom trigger is not as refined as the Hiperfire in my Nordic. Mags don't drop free without mods to the mag. It also has more felt recoil than the Sig (definitely the softest) or the Nordic with a hydraulic buffer, but it still shoots pretty flat. It does run well enough that I use it as my home defense carbine.
  4. I too run a Nordic PCC. I also have a MPX and a Scorpion. The Nordic is by far the most accurate (one hole 5 shot groups at 50yds with Precision Delta 124 JHPs and 4.0 Titegroup). I have a hydraulic buffer and .308 carbine spring in it. Only a little more thump than the MPX. I shoot a lot of falling steel matches and some USPSA with it. The only thing it needs is an enlarged magwell (Techwell says they are coming). I run a T1 Aimpoint on it and have hit steel at 200yds no problem.
  5. I have spent several hundreds of $$ on shell holders. The best by far are the Safariland doubles and quads. I got tired of shells falling out with Invictus and others. Once adjusted for your specific shell you can lay on the Safariland and not lose a shell.
  6. I use Precision Delta 124 JHPs at 1.100 and 4 grains of Titegroup. Velocity out my SP01 Shadow is 1070. Groups average 2 inches at 20 yards.
  7. Take a look at the Steiner P3TR P4Xi. Around $600. Nice optics, simple reticle with BDC holdovers, similar eyebox to zdot.
  8. I've settled on one bullet/load for PCC (Scorpion, MPX, Nordic) and all my pistol needs (3 gun, USPSA, IDPA) which is a 124 Delta Precision JHP and 4.0 grains Titegroup at 1.100. Runs in everything, very accurate, and simplifies loading.
  9. Clarity of the accupower is not as good as the zdot. My much older accupoint is closer to the zdot. I also found the accupower reticle to be cluttered for tight shots, even at close range (like say a partial headshot with a noshoot). The simple green triangle really stands out, and as you said, no batteries needed. Even in the dark with a 200 lumen light, I can see the triangle(brighter lights can make it less visible indoors) . The eyebox on the accupower is not as forgiving as the zdot or the accpoint.
  10. I have all 3 optics you mention. The glass is a little better on the Meopta, with the Accupoint a close second. My Accupower is not bad, but not as clear for my eyes on the edges as the others when on 1X. I shot the Accupoint with green triangle for years and it works well on large targets out to 400yds. On 1X the green triangle is very fast. With many matches in my area going out to 500yds and smaller plates, plus 56 year old eyes, I shoot a BURRIS 1-8 XTR II. On 1X ithe illuminated dot is nearly Aimpoint bright and has very clear glass. Eyebox is less forgiving though. I got mine for $900. My Accupoint is on my HD carbine now. For me the zdot is not visible on dark backgrounds without the illumination on.
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    I tried the Boombah and found them to not be equal to Salomon as far as fit and function. For me they caused extreme fatigue after a long match, and the hard tread was dangerous on wood props when wet. The softer Salomon tread grips better.
  12. Safariland 774 with ELS fork. $22 from HolsterOps.
  13. I have been running an Aimpoint T1 with 2 MOA dot for USPSA and falling steel. It has worked great for both, holds zero, and the batteries run forever. No problem with picking up the dot and I can take shots on 50 yard steel with precision.
  14. Strong hand over the shoulder.
  15. I shot this scope for a season. The dot was visible in most conditions. The bdc was on out to 500 yards with 77s at 2730fps. Glass was very clear. I had two issues. The battery compartment had to be adjusted to keep contact with the battery or the dot would go out during recoil. Leupold fixed it in a couple weeks. The other issue is the reticle is a little thick at distance for smallish targets. Good value, I liked the 50 yard increments (300, 350, 400, 450, 500, and 600). Last year I wound up going to a Burris 1-8 XTRII with illuminated BDC. The extra 2X helps my eyes a on the longer targets and the reticule is slightly thinner. Plus it is almost Aimpoint bright in the sun. I got mine for under $1000.
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