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  1. I handled an SA OSP in the store last weekend. I felt the optic sat fairly high. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  2. To be fair, it's called carry optics, not carry anything Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  3. Good choice. I just wish they would import the K100 Whisper and find a local manufacturer for their QD can. I'm sure Eagle Imports could help them find a partner. Remember the Glock 19 is called a "compact". As was the USPc. It seems compact is generally used by manufacturers to refer to something just slightly smaller than full service size Subcompact is like the next size down. So if you think of the K100 as full size, P1 as compact, and P11 as subcompact. (ie. G17 vs G19 vs G26). The new age of single stack subcompacts are basically a different class of gun IMHO.
  4. They shared it on social media Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  5. The good news is if you took their survey, it was clear that the brand name issue was something they understand. Several questions in the survey were about the name. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  6. Frankly the name sounds cheesy. Eagle should sell them under their own brand. "Eagle X-Caliber" sounds better. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks for the correction. Previously I was pretty sure that the number after "Mk" indicated the year the design was released.
  8. Current versions are here: http://grandpower.eu The GP6 was basically the K100 first version that I was aware of in the United States, back in 2006 I think. The Mk7 was introduced in 2007 with the K100 and P1 semi compact. Then in 2012 they introduced the Mk12 line. Each had a different importer, from STI, to Century, and now Eagle. Somebody please correct me if I'm wrong. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  9. I don't shoot USPSA, so I may be making a stupid comment, but doesn't cocked and locked in the holster give you the same pull every time? Unless there is a malfunction and even then you either restrike in DA mode or tap-rack-bang in single action mode still. So really the same trigger pull every time unless you choose not to.
  10. Technically I think the CZ grip is thinner than a Glock. Granted it's only about a tenth of an inch, but still. I like both. You should check out Military Arms Channel on YouTube and see why he switched to AIWB carrying a CZ. It makes sense.
  11. The factory 17 round mags are amazing. The grip extension is ergonomically grooved just right. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  12. We could talk about whether the The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act would come into play depending on the warranty claim being filed. That is, should one ever need to file a claim. For the sake of discussion, lets assume the end-user didn't care about the warranty and just focus on the technical aspect. Here I'm not really talking about the hardness of the coating. I'm talking about the lubricity of the coating. As we've found, GPs need to be run wet, especially around that area. Coatings like NP3, DLC, etc... have dramatically low coefficient of friction ratings.
  13. Has anybody tried some of the new high lubricocity (sp?) Coatings like NP3 or well known coatings like TiN to help with the locking contact? Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  14. I'm in Morrisville, but I only have the P11 so far. Looking to get an excal soon, next couple of months maybe. If you want to try what I got you are welcome. Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
  15. Man, you are unlucky. I didn't think the Leupy and FF used the same mounts, did you get multiple mounting holes drilled or something?
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