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  1. I agree but for what optic? It seems guys have had all of them break fairly consistently..... which one to choose? The $600+ ones hoping they don't break that often? Or the ~$300 ones knowing they'll break but also that they're cheap enough to have a few replacements of ready to swap in. Or will the PD milled slide cut now accept various optics?
  2. The .40 mags have a little spacer in the back of them keeping the rounds towards the front of the mag. Don’t know how reliably it would feed without the spacer. Depending on what pF your ammo is, you might have to swap for a 10 or 12 lb recoil spring. I don’t know what the 10mm round takes but I’m sure it’s heavier than 12 lbs. Other than those 2 issues I’d say it shouldn’t be a problem.
  3. I messed with that as well and ended up going back with the MBF funnel. The MBF funnel seems to open the case mouth enough to allow the bullet to seat tightly oriented upgright whereas the Dillon funnel seemed to let the bullet move around when the shell plate moves. The sticking part on the upstroke is annoying, but now with the autodrive who really cares.
  4. Bahahaha!! Please tell me both the holster and mag pouches are also Hello Kitty! And instead of blue or black bullets they’re pink bullets.
  5. Wow yeah I don’t think any Tanfo uses a roll pin for the hammer pin. It looks like someone just made it work in your FrankenTanfo What your hammer pin should look like would be https://benstoegerproshop.com/copy-of-eaa-tanfoglio-witness-trigger-bar-spring-3-7-3-8-3-9-3-10/ which would be held in place by the hammer pin pin which is held in place by the sear cage and looks like this https://benstoegerproshop.com/eaa-tanfoglio-witness-hammer-pin-retaining-pin/
  6. Hah no way! I never knew all I needed to do to convert to SAO was to remove the disco. Guess it makes sense. Good info! And of course yes as soon as you drop the disco back into the hammer it should work like a regular DA/SA stock 2
  7. Great news!!! Since I don't have a FB account would you mind posting on here whenever they become available?
  8. All LOK grips are fully checkered. You just chose 1 of 3 checkering options upon ordering them. Henning has smooth grips, mostly checkered and fully checkered ones. Hopefully when he makes more of them he'll make the fully checkered ones.
  9. Great comparison! Thanks for posting that. And after having Henning, Unica, LOK thin and Scales 2.0 myself, I've also settled on the LOK Palm Swells for now. Although if Henning does another run of his fully checkered ones I might give them a shot.
  10. I like the Henning checkered ones but wish he would make another run of his fully checkered ones. The lack of checkering on the upper portion of the left panel bothers me. I switched to the LOK palm swells in the interim. The checking all over the panels is quite satisfactory, but like others I've also noticed a bit of flexing/moving of the panels as I shoot. Do the PD palm swells flex or move like the LOKs do?
  11. Yep SSP you just have to drop the hammer slowly after load and make ready and have time first shot be DA.
  12. I can't speak for the IFG ones, but both my older and newer version of EAA's Lim Pros didn't need any shaving to fit the box.
  13. You are correct. There should be no more burring. I should have said to file down any burrs on the frame which was what happened on mine.
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