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  1. X-Line triggers. Default trigger shoe is short flat. You can request other lengths and shapes. We do our best to accommodate all requests. Triggers run right around 2lbs.
  2. Maybe starting a DWX post would suit your needs better?
  3. I'd guess a little lighter than that. But I've left the shop for the evening. So I can't check. It is 2 colors including the default black. So if you want any other color besides black, it counts as an extra anodize. If it's just the trigger, we can try to accommodate special requests.
  4. The 9mm barrel will need the 9/38 Breech Block and the 40 will need the 40 Breech Block.
  5. The Rear Optic Plate can be ordered in any mounting pattern. Just note it in the comments. The aluminum grip will save you about 8oz over the stainless.
  6. No worries, it’s all good. Let me know if I can help in any way.
  7. Honcho “tech” is in the female and, not the male. It uses standard screws. These screws will last as long if not longer than the gun if taken care of.
  8. It works the same as medical implants and space applications where loctite isn’t feasible. It’s performing just as well on all of the Honcho components
  9. Check out the PT FB and IG pages. They aren’t available to order just yet. But will be offered in 9mm, 40s&w or both since it is a Honcho!
  10. The Honcho Carry does not have a comp or sight block
  11. There were several Honchos at your state match recently. Steven Sanders and Wally Burbage both shoot limited in 40 and have videos on their social media pages.
  12. We worked with Steven from PD quite extensively. Their 40 and 9(minor) match packs work very well. Between us and our team, we have tested many, many different loads and found multiple options for each caliber/pf that work best with the Honcho.
  13. The great part about the Honcho is that it isn’t a 2011. It functions a little differently than traditional linked barrel guns. The result is that it shoots noticeably softer while not having to add extra powder to make power factor. Since we make nearly every part ourselves, in house, if popple holes were a benefit we would have included them.
  14. When a firearm is fired the barrel and slide both move from Lock Up. The barrel moves to allow the slide to clear. Due to the design of the Honcho it will move more than a linked barrel in slide lock since it has a larger, single barrel lug that the slide has to clear. But both barrel designs should move in slide lock. The most important relative “check” is the movement or radial twist while the barrel and slide are in Lock Up. There should not be any movement here as the round has not yet been fired. This Lock Up is the foundation for accuracy. I can assure you that the Honcho locks up tighter than Fort Knox in this position. Check out the PT FB page for a video that was posted on this recently. I hope this helps! Tiffany
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