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magpulled

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  • Birthday 01/14/1980

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    Corey Mitchell

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  1. I can’t divulge that info. I have a confidentiality agreement
  2. I like the evo but I’ve heard some talk lately from gun builders that the lsi grip is the best one out. I haven’t seen one yet. Evo was/is a great product. Cheely is good too but requires a cheely proprietary magwell which a deal breaker for me.
  3. Probably be better off finding a local guy to do it. I’ve found most builders don’t want to mess with small jobs like that.
  4. It makes it easy for people who lack mechanical ability.
  5. I’m not sure what you mean. I’ve had the adjustable sear in at least 5 guns and thousands of rounds and it’s never doubled. Most people get the adjustable sear so they won’t need to fit an expensive safety and possibly screw it up. The sear is around 30$ so it’s way cheaper if you mess it up. The only difference that I’m aware of is a set screw that interfaces the safety.
  6. I have the set up in two shadow 2’s. I don’t think the rrk is totally necessary for someone with average to large hands. I do see how it can help with shorter fingers. I like the adjustable sear because I can set it stiff on the safety so as not to unintentionally activate it but still pass safety check. If I were ordering parts for a new s2 I’d get new springs, ext fp, old style 85 trigger, and a Comp hammer. With the rrk the disco is pretty much fit so you won’t have to do much to it, at least I didn’t. One thing I didn’t like was the reduced power trs. It made for a mushy trigger and reset wasn’t as tactile as I’d like. Im sure I forgot something but others will chime in.
  7. Sear spring could be to short as well and moving around in the grip. Hammer strut could be an issue too. These are a couple issues I’ve ran in to.
  8. It’s good but there are some scenes toward the end that could’ve been left out.
  9. magpulled

    Cz mag lip tuning?

    Padded vise nylon hammer but mags are pretty cheap so i just buy new ones.
  10. magpulled

    Safety

    With the gun assembled it probably won’t go up that much. They definitely seem to have more travel without the slide.
  11. You can but I don’t think it’s gonna hurt the firing pin. I’ve dryfired my shadows probably 100k times and it still works fine.
  12. Did you change lots on projectiles. I’ve found it’s better to buy a bunch of the same lot and if something’s wrong manufacturers sometimes will swap them out.
  13. I don’t want to jinx myself but I’ve been loading pd 124 jhp to 1.085 for over a year and never had a feeding issue/malfunction. I load the rn to 1.135 when I have them. I use extra power mag springs though and keep about 25-30 mags in rotation too.
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