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  1. Submitted back in mid late August, called today and they gave me the code.
  2. My Legion stock trigger was averaging 4lbs 6oz from roughly 2/3rds of the way down the trigger shoe, I use the top of the mag release as a reference point. I swapped in a Sig factory curved trigger because I prefer the reach, and the pull weight went up to 6.5lbs. I had Robert Burke (sigarmorer) do his competition trigger job with the curved trigger and the pull weight is now 4lbs 4oz from that spot, and 3lbs 11oz from the very bottom. His trigger job really reduces the overall length of the trigger pull, the best way I can explain it is like using the Apex M&P FSS trigger. My stock trigger also had a horrible amount of creep, and there's barely any now.
  3. I've been running the Wilson Combat TTU 9mm, and was surprised by how much I ended up liking it. It's a two stage, but the first stage is really short. I have to really focus if I only want to take it to the first stage wall. It''s not like a Geissele two-stage. It's really easy to run it fast.
  4. Competition also has a re-designed bolt carrier and recoil spring assembly. Also changed the rear rubber bumper. New charging handle, and added a tab to the rear piece of the recoil assembly that fits into a new groove on the lower that isn't present on the Gen 2s. Probably this was done because of the complaints of 1.) the charging handle latch breaking and 2.) the charging handle gouging the lower. I also read somewhere Rob from In Lead We Trust, measure the gas port and the PCC was larger than the Gen 2 but still smaller than the Gen 1. Sorry can't find the blog where I read that.
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