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    Chris Fung

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  1. cjfung10

    New Reach Reduction kit for Shadows

    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.
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    Cleaning dies

    Any issues with using an ultrasonic cleaner? Maybe a bit overkill but it can't hurt...?
  3. Awesome. Thanks a ton. I haven’t been as aggressive and want to see if I can shave off more.
  4. 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
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    New Hammer pins install

    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...
  6. cjfung10

    New Reach Reduction kit for Shadows

    Any news on these? I haven’t seen anything on CGWs website.
  7. cjfung10

    SP01 set up for Production?

    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).
  8. cjfung10

    HIPERFIRE 24 3Gun On Sale $129.99

    If the only difference is a better installation experience and not a whole lot of performance increase, I'd say their now "old" triggers are a bargain!
  9. cjfung10

    Hiperfire 24C Trigger.....

    http://www.primaryarms.com/HIPERTOUCH-24C
  10. 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).
  11. cjfung10

    Hiperfire 24C Trigger.....

    Just trying to help your PCC...but maybe not your wallets. https://www.joeboboutfitters.com/Hiperfire-AR-15-Triggers-s/79583.htm 24C isn't exactly priced great at $223 but the following are: 24 - $120 24E - $130 243G - $150
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    Hiperfire 24C Trigger.....

    In case anyone is interested. Primary Arms is having a sale on this trigger. EDIT: OOS as of 8AM PDT 10/4 (sale price of $180 + ship)
  13. Well, not a great experience to say the least. I had a timer that I bought from a BE member awhile back (this is a different story, it was claimed to all be okay but the directional toggle buttons were sticking). Anyways, I wanted to send it in to get it fixed so I called them and explained my issue and they provided an RMA. So far so good. However, after sending the timer over to CED, they called me and said that this was a pretty old timer (made in 2007 according to the serial) and when they opened up the timer, "pieces of the board/button fell out" and now the directional buttons are no longer working. I wouldn't have mind paying them to get fix it but he said it's now "irreparable" (mind you everything was working except a sticky button). The CED rep said that they'd be able to give me a 20% off discount on a new timer but that's all they can do....after all this I now much rather have my sticky button timer back as I value that way more than just a measly ~$20. Is this reasonable? Maybe I need to get off my high horse but I've had much better luck with many other manufactures that would take care of customers better than how I was treated...
  14. cjfung10

    New 650 on the way

    That's pretty clean. Better than most other lighting systems. Any reviews on this? Thanks, Chris
  15. cjfung10

    Spinta "Blem" 9 mm Bolt

    What buffer spring are you using? I have the same buffer and also the KVP Extra Power 17-4 SS PCC Spring but haven't had a chance to test fire.
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