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About Tampa-XD45

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    Calls Shots

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    Shooting, Skydiving, Photography ... not at the same time.
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    Jeff Wootton

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  1. Check out this video of Jerry demonstrating "How to Shoot a Revolver". It's definitely worth 30 minutes of your time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEHNZFTfSD8
  2. I don't use solar mode because it's not bright enough for matches in the Florida sun. I keep it in manual mode so I can control the brightness level. I've had the sight less than a year so I haven't had to change the battery. Obviously batteries do fail and if I have to change it during a match, it's going to suck.
  3. FYI - I love my 507C but I don't like that it has to be removed to change the battery.
  4. ^^^ this is the most common method. Picatinny risers are cheap and come in different heights.
  5. I had the same problem with my Holosun 507C. I sent it back for repair/replacement, and haven't had any further issues.
  6. Seeing lots of this type at matches: https://www.sportsmansguide.com/product/index/mission-first-tactical-battlelink-minimalist-stock-mil-spec-ar-15?a=1925608
  7. Did you leave the cut surfaces un-coated? That would be a rust problem in Florida.
  8. Max does. Check out the pics on his Instagram site; https://www.instagram.com/maxamundi/
  9. I use a 507 on different pistols and a revolver and I think the window is fine. See the sizes below. The only thing I don't like about the 507 is it has to be removed to change the battery. The 507's 32 MOA ring is perfect for steel targets while other sights with larger 65 MOA rings are too big since the ring is larger than the steel target. If you prefer a smaller dot you can just use the 2 MOA dot. You do have 3 reticle choices with the 507.
  10. FYI - The 507 has to be removed for a battery change, while the 510 has a side tray for the battery.
  11. How often are you cleaning your gas valve & tappet on the MPX?
  12. More pictures here: https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2019/10/09/tfb-reviews-new-ruger-pc9-chassis/
  13. Is that the same one in blue that I posted back in 2017 from the Shot Show: https://forums.brianenos.com/topic/244118-tanfoglio-shot-show-pics/?tab=comments#comment-2719299
  14. This guy (Bob) may have a diagram. He sells Iver Johnson revolver parts: http://www.gun-parts.com/iverjohnson/
  15. That's a friction fit - correct? Has it ever moved or come off during a reload?
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