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Th3Un4givin

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  1. Thanks for the tips, sounds like I’ll run it as is and if I have issues pick one up.
  2. So I’ve just moved to open and am starting to load for 9 major and have settled on a 124gr jhp and WAC load but am wondering if I should be using a EGW undersize die. I used them for my 40 loads and have Dillon dies for 9mm but should I add an undersize die? Thanks!
  3. Just put these on my limited gun, so far they’ve been awesome!
  4. Love my PT Evo! I'm a fan of aggressive grips and this is the king of the mountain when it comes to grip aggressiveness. At least from what I've felt so far.
  5. Another vote for EGW, both my 1911/2011 have EGW parts. Good crisp triggers.
  6. I’ve always been a fan of the EGW parts, while not drop in, they’re very good.
  7. Makes sense, thanks everyone for the advice, I’ll pull the pin and make sure before I try to peen it. I’ll let you know how it goes. Thanks!
  8. So I’ve been shooting 19/2011’s for years and just recently noticed that on my limited gun the rear sight hinge pin is starting to walk itself out of the sight after a few stages. I haven’t dealt with this in any other gun and not sure if I can fix it or if I just need a new sight? Thanks for the help!
  9. I know this is an old thread but just found it. You mentioned maybe using it for SS in USPSA and if you do, you can have any internal lightening on the slide like mentioned above under the rear sight or firing pin channel like you can on a limited or open gun.
  10. I have a STI Trojan and Springfield RO and use a Comptac 1911 holster. Both guns fit like it should. I think that as long as you get a traditional 5" 1911 holster you'll be set. I would recommend comptac or bladetech, I've heard great things about RHT but don't have any experience.
  11. +1 for Tripp. I've been running the same set of 8 System mags with the hybrid follower for my 40 for the last 4 years and have never had a problem no matter what bullet shape (mostly 180's though). I too have the Dawson higher mag catch though, it was suggested to me to put in before I ever even fired a round so that's what I did. YMMV.
  12. I disengage the saftey as soon as the gun has cleared the holster and is coming up to the target. I’ve dryfired it so much that it’s muscle memory and I couldn’t pin point the exact moment it happens but it’s probably somewhere around a 45 degree angle just because I’m moving the gun and my support hand so fast for that first shot.
  13. Definitely worth the money, all of my 2011/1911's have them. Some people say that the bearing will come out and to just get the regular bar but I've never had a problem in the many thousands I've run with them.
  14. Just want to say thanks for help, but I just recently picked up a Range Officer in 9mm to shoot SS minor but I've noticed that occasionally the mag follower will popup next to or over the slide stop and causing the mag to stick, the mags are the new gen Wilson ETM mags and the slide stop is the factory Springfield. My question is does anyone have this problem or know what the fix is? Are other slide catches wider to engage the follow more to prevent it from slipping over? Thanks!
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