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  1. Go for which one you like both are great guns to shoot. The blue one has ticker grips than the old Limited Custom and also more heavy on the front of the gun.
  2. Regarding the ignition problem with all tanfoglio are the following through my own experience 1) Primers need to be seated deep , (this is main problem ) 2) Firing pin block safety touching the firing pin itself (try removing the fps and see if you have any light strikes if yes it's problem no1) 3) Light springs with hard primers With 15lb springs hammer it should pop every hard primer so before spending money buying stuff you dont need just do these steps I shoot a stock 2 for 5 years with factory parts, no extreme, no domina and trigger is super fine everytime, but mostly rule 1 applies
  3. I will get tanfoglio springs as wolf spring are not so ready available in europe. i keep you posted , thanks for the reply
  4. Last week i had a problem with the stock 2 not extracting at a competition using factory ammo. I use reloads for my training LRN 145 gr with pf 132 coal 1.136 and shot quite a lot before the match without even a hiccup. At the match the first stage was ok but the second one had a couple of stops ruining the stage and the third one had to stop . the issue was sort of double feeding , cleaned the mags tried again did the same then i changed to the stock 3 and work flawlessly . Ammo was factory Selier and Bellot 124 gr. what could be the casue thanks andre
  5. agree 147 lead rn bullet with 3.5 n 320 coal 1.136 fps 910 922 922 905 924 920 hornady lnl ap
  6. i had the same problem talked to tanfoglio directly . Christian bonomi whos is in charge of team tanfoglio replied with a small modifiaction to the factory interruptor i will attach everything here so everyone can find it useful hope it helps setup disconnector.pdf
  7. seat the primers well and remove the fp safety , it should work like a clock
  8. have to agree tanfoglio runs great with factory hammers and 1 piece sear . both my S2 and S3 are factory with just minor polishing , just shoot them as they are
  9. Hennings i don't know but sure thinner than both wooden grips but slightly wider than the EG
  10. yes it's the unica , it sits straight with great aggressive grip on the gun unlike the RHT and old tanfoglio one's with the thumb touching the slide. I think you can order directly from eric grauffel https://www.ericgrauffelonlineshop.com/en/thumb-rest-/101-thumb-rest.html?search_query=thumb&results=7
  11. If you want to fit the safety just take material from the bottom , do not over do it otherwise it will not function To test it hold the trigger back and lower the hammer until it starts engaging , and with a punch push the firing pin slowly feeling if it's moving flawless, if you feel it touching continue removing material from the bottom. if you want the avoid all the hassle, just remove the safety it's legal in IPSC and put the extreme 2.0 hammer . With extreme medium hammer spring and light firing spring no issues with worst primers like Fiochhi and S&B
  12. Try the new one from tanfoglio it fits perfectly , a friend of mine got one and it's an absolute on the gun, the grip on the gun is more aggressive with the thumb rest which leads to perfect recoil control
  13. know a guy that has 80,000 on a stock 2 without changing nothing ammo was reloaded to pf 132, at least that what he said and i believe him , mine has 30,000 reloaded cleaned maybe 7 times run like a champ
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