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  1. If your wallet can handle it, do it! Personally I feel it's a good idea to have an identical backup gun (and parts for the easy repairs). I think this also depends on how serious you are in USPSA (or want to be). I've only been a competitor in level 1 matches but hope to step up to major matches relatively soon (Wish I had more time!). If you need to travel for majors, you'll likely need to pay your way there (match fees, lodging, time taken off, etc.) and so I think it's wise to bring a backup in case your main breaks down during the match for whatever reason.
  2. Hey guys. Sooo...I just got a P365 and was doing a complete strip of the firearm and lost my striker safety spring (That's a story for another day...). Does anyone know where to find a replacement spring without buying the striker safety as well? I have signed up to multiple websites to notify me when the striker safety + spring is back in stock but none have them in stock currently. I do have a pretty extensive hardware store nearby so specs on the spring would be great too (length, OD, thickness of the coil, # of coils, and this could be a far reach but spring stiffness in lb/in?). A
  3. Yes, legal. USPSA Rulebook Appendix D4, 21.6:
  4. I don't see why not. It'll only increase ignition reliability over the stock firing pin spring
  5. This may not be it but I figure I can mention it since it hasn't been yet - the inside of the mag and follower can be dirty and need some cleaning. I've had dirt/crud get into the mag and the follower starts dragging up the mag.
  6. I highly doubt it. I would say reliable ignition is mostly based on your firing pin length (extended or not), the firing pin spring (reduced or factory), and hammer spring.
  7. Any issues with using an ultrasonic cleaner? Maybe a bit overkill but it can't hurt...?
  8. Awesome. Thanks a ton. I haven’t been as aggressive and want to see if I can shave off more.
  9. Does anyone have pictures of their TTI or TF extension where they filed? I've done the follower modification but it seems to still hang up on my TF basepad around round 35/36. Thanks, Chris
  10. I didn't need to use a vise to install the H-pins from CGW into multiple factory hammers or multiple CGW disconnectors. I haven't needed to use anything other than a punch. Getting factory pins out of the hammer is another story...
  11. Any news on these? I haven’t seen anything on CGWs website.
  12. I would also look into getting the SRS-1 kit from CGW in addition to what others have mentioned here (darn that firing pin block).
  13. Definitely a cool concept. Surprised no one has mentioned this but more adjust-ability = typically more parts = more things that can go wrong (and more parts to keep track of in your spare parts bin).
  14. I'm not Rowdy but have had experience with both springs. There is a difference if you're at home on your work bench tinkering and doing slow DA pulls. You'll be a little lighter with your DA and a only slightly lighter in your SA. But at speed, I would say no. A smooth trigger (by polishing the internals) makes a much bigger difference in the overall feel than going from an 11# to 8.5# main spring. If it were me, I'd make sure the gun runs 100% with 11# (because it should with all the goodies/polishing), then if it does, repeat with 8.5#.
  15. Anyone looking for a small frame 9mm top end? I have one but no frame to put it on.
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