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SSGJohnV

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    John Vlieger

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  1. Ready to jump into open division? Get there with this pristine C-More Slide ride and mount! A customer decided to go with a different optic, so we swapped this off of a brand new CK Arms open gun. Comes with as new C-more slide ride 8 MOA and single sided CK Arms mount. Price is $225 https://www.shootersconnectionstore.com/C-More-Slide-Ride-Black-STANDARD-8MOA-with-Cheely-Mount-P5186.aspx
  2. I spoke with Cmore directly yesterday. U less you are mounting to the picatinny rail, use the 8-32 socket head cap screws for mounting. Some manufacturers of mounts might not be tapping them, but cmore recommended strongly to use the socket head screws. They fit the mounting holes better and you can apply more torque. Harder to strip them out, too.
  3. We just got them in today! https://www.shootersconnectionstore.com/KKM-Bull-Hybrid-Barrel-5--P5406.aspx As well as 5" threaded and 5.4" threaded. We have some of them with W/N ramps, as well
  4. We are currently out of stock, but have more coming in the next week or two. There is in fact a revision coming. The V5 board will integrate some updates and upgrades from the previous V4 board, but will still remain the same shape, settings, etc. Regarding a QD mount, I'm not aware of any true QD mounts out there, however the MT-502 https://www.shootersconnectionstore.com/C-More-RTS2-AR-Spacer-Kit-Center-Co-Witness-P4968.aspx Has not just a riser, but is a picatinny mount as well. I use it on my PCC, personally.
  5. Want to skip the wait of having your P320 tuned by Gray Guns? We got you covered! We have two full size P320 9mm pistols that just came back from GGI trigger install, X-series grip, and guide rod service. No wait, and you know the best Sig gunsmiths around have been through the pistol! https://www.shootersconnectionstore.com/Grayguns-Tuned-Sig-P320--P5608.aspx
  6. I've been using a commander hybrid KKM since February. Two large ish holes and it chronoed the same as my old 5.4" SV barrel with two medium holes. 9.8 ish grains of AA7 under a 124 grain PD JHP
  7. They have arrived, and will be going out today!
  8. Maybe! Don't know for sure, unfortunately. I'm currently in Florida about to shoot IPSC Nationals so best I can say is I can look into it Monday. I know we've had an order in for them and are expecting them soon.
  9. I received shipping notifications from KKM yesterday, actually. We are expecting to ship them out when they arrive on Monday or Tuesday. Excited to get them out to our patient customers.
  10. A large part of shot cadence, once you've learned how to pull a trigger quickly, is knowing your guns timing. When I shot BITB this year I spent about 3 weeks shooting my SS with the ammo I was going to use. About 2k rounds, with a lot of time spent on fast doubles, to relearn the gun. It helped immensely to get back on the horse with a different platform. Regarding my % of points, you're mostly correct. 89% of points was lower than my expectations, but the speed was there (barely). My 1 Mike was from shooting a wall (whoops) and 4 of my deltas came from 1 stage where I made several blatant errors. Overall, I left a lot on the table, except for the reloading, movement, and committing to positions. To answer the OP question, if I'm in the 92-94% points range, I'm happy. Which equates to more alphas when I shoot minor (which isn't often) than when I shoot major.
  11. I'll be speaking with them today! We are expecting them this week. They hit a small snag with timing around the 4th of July holiday, but all of the barrels from this coming shipment are made and heat treated. We will be getting them out the door the same day they arrive here!
  12. I'll be talking to KKM today and ask that question for you! I THINK it's 1:16" but I'm not certain
  13. Unfortunately not. There is so much variation with what people want, it is not viable for us to approach. There is extra meat on top of the rib to allow a clean flat top, for example, which is what most people do. Accounting for that with a sight cut would be nearly impossible. If you have the equipment and knowledge to build a sight tracker, you most likely have the equipment and knowledge to cut for the front sight.
  14. The advantages of a hybrid barrel are the following 1. More weight in the barrel (static weight) 2. Less weight on the slide without having to do through cuts (reciprocating weight) 3. Ability to put holes directly in the barrel which is cleaner (no gas or carbon in between slide and barrel), or mount a sight to it (sight tracker) 4. Comp can shoulder directly up against the rib, which is a more solid attachment 5. They look badass! SV has been building hybrid barrels for years, and builders such as Venom Custom, Rafferty Custom, Akai Customs, McClearn Custom, and Millenium Custom have specialized in Hybrid barrels as well. They are a proven concept, and are here to stay. Whether you think its worth it on YOUR build is up to you, but they do have advantages.
  15. As far as I know these will remain a permanent item. Demand has been high, and production is in batches. That will hopefully be resolved in the next 6 months. We have even more coming in August-September time frame, to INCLUDE some W/N ramps at that time.
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