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  1. I would say 75% or more of jams like this would be mag related. I would suggest borrowing a known good mag from a friend and see if the issue goes away! I have shot factory length all the way to 1.175+ and not had an issue in my Atlas Chaos.
  2. Shot for the first time today. I would say it is as bright as my Romeo 3 is and looked close to the slide ride in 6moa I was shooting on my last open gun.... Window is big! But does get dirty quick with now shield.....
  3. Don’t need to get used to the dot circle combo. Can turn on just the dot, just the circle or both at once. Your choice....
  4. Mags are cheap here. https://www.gregcotellc.com/cart/index.php
  5. There are 2 different order numbers/option. The one from opticsplanet is about $100 less, but comes in a Sig bag with 1 highrise mount. The boxed version comes with both the high and low mount. My Atlas came with the boxed version and I have purchased the bagged version also. Bagged version is the way to go for this application because you don’t need the other mount......
  6. 2k+ Downrange with my Romeo 3 and love it so far!
  7. Did you put these on the PT Evo grip? If so was there any fitting required? Also what magwell did you have on before? I have the Atlas large hands stainless and it feels great, but I have had the mag get bound on reloads. How does the magwell compare to the large hand or regular magwell?
  8. kitestir

    New Czechmate

    115 mg cmj’s make major without a problem. 7.3 grains autocomp at 1.135 oal. Got me around 170. Cases were fine......
  9. I had 2 czechmates and shot them for about 3 years. They were very reliable. Had a few issues with the big sticks, but were fixed by grams springs/followers. I never had an issue with them. But that being said, I sold both to purchase a Chaos. The Chaos fits my hands much better and I like the weight balance better. The dot returns to point of aim almost instantly. Love it so far. Have about 1500 rounds down range.
  10. I have had both. I prefer the 2.0 I have now for a few reasons. First I like the stipples grip. I know I could have stipples the 1.0 grip, but I didn’t when I owned it. 2nd I have found the 2.0 to be more accurate. 3rd I like the med-large grip insert and that one didn’t come with the 1.0. And finally the 2.0 recoils noticeably less.......
  11. At 1 time I had 2 Czechmate. 1 was stock and one I had 2 poppel holes drilled into it. With minor loads in the stock CM the dot definitely moved more then major loads. But it felt like a .22. When I went to the gun with poppel holes and major it shoots flat. The dot does leave the glass but not much and it returns to poa quickly. But it is certainly harsher in the hand.
  12. Out of curiosity why would you want more weight in the front of the gun? Most people want to put more weight in the main body or grip and lighten the slide for less reciprocating weight and less in the front to improve transitions etc. is there something specific that you are trying to do?
  13. I just measured mine that were tuned by grams awhile ago. Front at tightest spot measures .357 and very back measures .380 What is your OAL length? If it is 2 long it can do a couple of things that cause problems.... 1 is drag in the magazine so it does not start to point upward when it comes to the top of the magazine and hits the ramp and cannot slide up it because of the angle it hits it or it may not even come all the way up in the tube at all. Also if it is to long it can turn your mags into "salt and pepper shakers"......
  14. I just did the same thing yesterday. Hopefully the Romeo 3 will hold up!
  15. If the mag is clean and it does this then i think it is more over all length then a mag issue........
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