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  1. phoenixsomd

    Elftmann trigger being damaged.

    The hammer looks like it's coming into hard contact with the bolt at several points in the cycle. The impact from the firing pin seems pretty consistent. Is there any way the FCG is riding higher than it should be? Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    Hoster for gen4 g34

    Red Hill Tactical are superb holsters. They make custom versions, have standard stocked versions; sell on their site and eBay. https://www.redhilltactical.com/
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    Angstadt Arms bolt carrier.

    The rough magical weight in a blowback PCC for the combined weight of the bolt and buffer is 20oz's. A light buffer requires a heavier bolt. Balanced with the right spring weight and length. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    E3 PPC loads

    Running the same 135g bullet requires 3.3g of e3 in my SP-01 to make a 130PF Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    E3 PPC loads

    I run 135g xTreme RN with 2.7g of e3 with avg of 965 FPS - 130PF Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    Here’s a few printable dryfire targets

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    Best Range Case for a PCC Rifle

    I've been using a UTG Alpha Battle Carrier Sling Pack - 34". I can put the PCC inside with my magazine bag (6 mags loaded) and belt with pouches. Outside pockets fit tools, parts, small ammo box (225 rnds). I also have a scabbard to take the rifle to the line. I roll it in a cart along with h2o and such. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    Best Range Case for a PCC Rifle

    I've found a scabbard to work. Easy in and easy out. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    Dry Fire and Live fire drills for the PCC

    Ben Stoeger's books are good for PCC as well. His latest one is an improvement of the last few and one I would recommend. https://www.amazon.com/Skills-Drills-Reloaded-Ben-Stoeger/dp/1985644657/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1531505267&sr=1-5&refinements=p_27%3ABen+Stoeger There are multiple sets of drills to focus on fundamentals through small stage movement. The PAR times he has are goals for Production. Practicing with PCC you will be establishing lower times for the same drills. You can experiment with starting positions you might encounter during a match as well. I have found that the fundamental drills allow you to focus on transitions which for me is an area of improvement.
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    Classifier system: a modest proposal

    Well stated Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    Anybody shoot green dot?

    For me there is a clear advantage running a green dot over the red. I shoot pistol and pcc with both eyes open and a target focus. Green easily appears in my overall picture better than red. I know part of it has to do where green light is positioned in the visible spectrum. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    What PF do you aim to make?

    I target a 130K PF. You also need to look at the SD of the load to ensure you don't have a significant portion of your distribution falling under minor PF. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    Shooting PCC strong and weak hand only

    You can download the classifier stages and WSBs from the USPSA website if you wish Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
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    10 pound recoil spring in your .40 CZ?

    I run a 11# in my TS with either 180g or 200g Bayou's at Major PF. I perceive that the sights get back on target quicker than with a higher # spring. I felt as though the higher # springs forced the nose of the slide to dip before resettling as well.