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About NicVerAZ

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    Calls Shots
  • Birthday 04/25/1969

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    Nick Verhaeghe

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  1. Use "FlashFlood19". With the capital Fs Coupon "flashflood19" does not exist!
  2. Thanks. What shape should bullets I look for?
  3. I am going to start reloading 223 for the purpose of improving my long range accuracy. My barrel is stamped 1/7 twist, measures 16" and is hbar style. This is for 3 gun and rifle club matches only, with gongs up to 400 yards. All the powder I have right now is IMR 4895 and I am looking for a good load to start. I will make adjustments and walk it in until I have something I like. Thanks for any help!
  4. Do you mean a lack of auto forwarding? It is not something you rely on. Unless the CoF causes you to go into slide lock, or you are shooting IDPA, you should avoid slide lock as much as possible.
  5. Changing the trigger would be illegal for production as well as CO. That said a certain nordic shooter / gunsmith had that as a project but I don't think the market ever made it worth it tbh.
  6. I personally love the X-Calibur. So, yes, you can and SHOULD swap the safety on the opposite side of your thumb or else the USPSA box will not shut and you'll get bumped into open. ASK ME HOW I KNOW!!!
  7. First question: it is good enough for fast competition reloads. Second question: I still believe it to be a great choice for competition, based on the fact that it is "ready to race" (KTM did not come up with the slogan, Husaberg did) out of the box with zero to none modifications and this for less than $900 for the pistol. You can rig up with belt, pouches, holster, spare mag for around $1200, compared with twice the price for instance with a CZ from CZ Customs. Now, if you want a DA-SA for competition, and if you have the money, you will certainly enjoy a CZ from CZ
  8. There may be some jp rear plates available for who wants to run in CO. Thinking about selling mine. PM me
  9. They were $15 when CAI dumped GP and JG Sales bought it all at a discount. Lots of K100 at $300 and mags at $15. I ordered 6 mags and my extra K100 which is barely used.
  10. Ah, well.... It's no big deal if I missed it. I run it in production, I'm a man of actions, not words
  11. Grand Power X-Calibur. That's what you want.

    Believe me. And you'll say thank you.

    1. tannerlc


      ill check it out

    2. NicVerAZ


      It is really a good package for the price. zero upgrade needed.

  12. I don't disagree either. It's also a looong name. Or maybe just go by "GP". It reminds me of the story behind the WP brand of motorcycle suspension springs. It actually stands for "White Power". But not because the owners are white nationalists or supremacists, but because the only paint they found which would resist high wear and stress was white paint used for hospital beds and they just added the term "power" to the color. Being a bunch of young Europeans, they completely missed the issue behind the name. Now they just go as "WP". Sooooo... Maybe Grand Power could do business
  13. I am also frustrated that they don't have a larger following either. I am asked constantly if what I shoot is a CZ. And when I try to educate about my X-Calibur, I get all sorts of reactions, from "never heard" to "I've read a few good things about them" but rarely do people want to try them or even dry fire them at the safety area. My guess for the lack of following (without being too political): Saturated market for polymer 9mm pistols in general Still very new on the market The CZ75, Tanfo, XD and Glock rule the class already A catch 22 of a lack of followers me
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