Jump to content
Brian Enos's Forums... Maku mozo!

Matt Cheely

Classifieds
  • Content Count

    4,180
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Matt Cheely

  1. Our new Deltapoint Pro mount is ready to go. I've shipped a few of these in the last 2 weeks since they've been done. Same as the RTS2 mount but with the pattern to fit the Pro.
  2. Really don't know what could have put those marks onto the frame and if it did happen to make it through QC, it should not have. It shouldn't impact the function at all, but if you want you can return the gun and get a replacement. We want you to be happy with your pistol. ~ Matt Cheely (the C in CK)
  3. Get the slide/frame fit done and fit the barrel. Install the recoil system and then you can put the whole assembly into the vise assuming the barrel fit is nice and tight. No need for an elaborate fixture.
  4. Yes, you can use a 7/16" endmill. I would rough out the slot with a 3/8 first, then run the 7/16" in there.
  5. Now available https://www.ccgunworks.com/store/shop/deltapoint-mount/
  6. I was just about to email you and ask...
  7. The design prevents the over-insertion of the release into the grip so the magazine can drop freely. It doesn't keep the mag from over inserting. The STI release will allow you to push it in far enough to trap the mag in the grip.
  8. $29 on a carbide chamfer mill would probably be a better choice
  9. I haven't tapped the hole out to M5 so I couldn't help you there.
  10. With doc187's order that leaves 2 extras I believe. All US orders have shipped and international will go out this coming week.
  11. C-more screws are 10-32. The posts are an interesting idea...
  12. So you never practiced with a handgun? Bought a gun, shot two practice sessions, no other training and classified as A? Anything is possible and I seem to recall a few who made GM at their initial USPSA Classification, but I think most of those has some sort of background in firearms. I'm sure it is possible for someone out there to pick up a gun and shoot an A classification, but they would be few and far between. I certainly had a background in firearms, shooting bowling pin and PPC matches. Had a Master classification as my first in Production, and I had never shot anything with quick reloads or movement.
  13. I will get these mounts run in the next week or two when I get back from SHOT show.
  14. Possible... yes Going to happen... no Too easy to bolt on any available thumbrest.
  15. FYI, for people that expressed interest, my comp is now available in stainless steel.
  16. Matt Cheely

    RTS 2

    The RMR is a reliable scope, especially when it's frame mounted, but the window is smaller than any other scope.
  17. 20??? I don't know if it's quite 20 yet, seems like it though. Adam has an addiction...
  18. It's generally more expensive than most people would assume. 80% of the work in building a pistol is in the top end and fitting it & the barrel to the frame. Money is better spent getting a 2nd gun rather than a 2nd top end.
  19. Is Matt making one for the deltapoint now? No I was waiting for the Pro version to come out incase they change anything about how it mounts. The latest scope mount design I'm working on will have a mounting platform that is sized to fit many different small scopes, so we'll be able to make a small change to the programming to make it fit different scopes.
  20. Matt Cheely

    Car Talk

    Special edition of Car Talk is on this weekend to remember Tom. Listening right now...
  21. A RMR is about the only thing that I would consider mounting to a slide. Trijicon makes a mount to fit the 1911 now, but still requires milling the slide to fit.
×
×
  • Create New...