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    Tom Lloyd

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  1. I shot the Bianchi Cup for the first time this year and had a great time! I'm looking to possibly have a metallic gun built for next years match. I'd love to see some pics of your Bianchi Cup guns!
  2. Any updates on this match? I would definitely be interested in an AP match. I'm in northern IL.
  3. I have 4 XDMs and all have PRP kits that I installed myself. They are all right under 2.5 lbs. To answer your question, yes they are all that good when installed correctly and some other parts polished.
  4. So I've been shooting the stock rubber grips on my 929 for awhile now and I want to try something different. I want a rubber grip, without finger grooves, but the whole grip to be textured. Does anyone make something like this? Or is it possible to have a set custom made? I thinking a texture similar to what's on the M&P 2.0
  5. I also shot the Western States matches and had a blast shooting my Revo. I'm currently only signed up for the IL and WI Sectionals this year, but if anybody on here plans on shooting those matches in revolver division, I'll gladly shoot it as well.
  6. The Vortex Razor Gen 2 is a great optic. For a little more budget friendly optic though, I would seriously look at the Vortex Viper PST gen 2 1-6. I have one and it is a great choice. Glass is very clear, and the illuminated recticle is just a red dot. So on 1x, it acts just like a red dot, but you still have the ability to zoom in on the distance targets, and have a nice mrad or moa recticle. I would definitely recommend a switchview lever, as the magnifiying ring can be quite hard to turn without it.
  7. Springfield Armory Single Stack Classic from the custom shop
  8. My Springfield RO has ran flawless for me. If you want to spend under $1k, I'd look into that. If you have a little more to spend, the Dan Wesson PM9 would be a great choice!
  9. I have one of these coming my way too! Should be getting the call any day! Like you, I've wanted one of these for a long time!
  10. Awesome thank you for the info! I'm running the MBX mags so I should be good to go there
  11. I just picked up a Para Pro Custom in 40 and I'm starting to get it set up for limited. I have read a couple older posts on here about this topic, but never really found a good answer. So my question is, will an SVI trigger fit into a Para frame and work? If so, which one? Thanks, Tom
  12. Having shot primarily SS for the last year and a half, I will tell you major vs minor is very match dependent. There are matches like the Single Stack Classic and Battle in the Bluegrass that will usually favor major, but I have found that quite a few area and sectional matches you would be better off with the extra 2 rounds. Now of course that also depends on your accuracy, but if I can save a reload on about half of the stages shooting minor, that's the route I will go. I actually won the WI Sectional this year shooting minor SS, and it proved to be the best choice for that match. Also most of the local matches around me favor minor most of the time. Again it is very match dependent. If nothing else, a 9mm 1911 is fun as heck to shoot, and I use it a lot for cheaper practice. Hope that helps
  13. Right now Springfield custom shop is offering very few services for customer guns as they are trying to catch up on their full custom guns. Hopefully they will bring back all the services for customer guns soon
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