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RigPig

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    Matthew Hoff

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  1. Springs are cheap. I had issues with their 140mm springs not lasting long at all, and their replacements weren’t any better. I stretched the springs and they seemed to last longer. I started replacing them with Wolff extra power springs.
  2. It was their own rule set, but pulled a lot from both 3GN and USPSA multi-gun rules.
  3. Had a blast at this match. It was a lot more physical than most major matches are, and was a great test of multiple skills. If I had any "gripes", it would be to have par times on timed stages. I'll definitely be attending next year, and already spreading the word on this match to my local shooting community. Kansas will be well-represented next year!
  4. I disagree. While it is light it can use improvements in the creep and reset aspects, as well as the ergos of the trigger pad itself.
  5. I will say after using the Springer TS pads for only one match, the retention with the set screw is a terrible design. The screw fits so tightly to the lip of the mag body that the screw threads engage the mag body and it takes zero effort to round out the hex socket of the set screw. They came with extra set screws, I should've known that was a bad sign from the start. I replaced two set screws from the word "go", installing the pads and backing out the screws to retain the pad was enough to round out the socket. There is a thread locking compound on the threads from the manufacturer, and I d
  6. I suspected this from the first time I dry-fired my TSO and felt the flex of the trigger pulling with the hammer down. It gives quite a bit. This off-season I'd like to install something like the 6SAO or CGW flat trigger. Maybe just send it to CGW and have them perform their magic.
  7. Cajun Jalapeño Works, cuz they make it hot!
  8. I came here to post this. I have one for my TSO. I've been using Blade Tech Black Ice holsters for years, and RHT is definitely a step up from that.
  9. I ordered 6 SP basepads last week, in a backordered color. I don't think the set screw will be a big deal, I keep an Allen key set in my range bag anyway. It's not like we're cleaning mags on the clock. At $37.50/ea, including the Grams spring and follower, it was much cheaper to outfit the 6 mags I have for my TSO.
  10. Some combos require that you do some fitting to the follower. This is one reason I prefer Grams followers if they're available for the application. I liked them in my STI mags, so I ordered some for my TSO mags when I was ordering basepads. I think you do have to use their spring, however, as the attachment to the follower is different than the factory follower and spring.
  11. NP, you can trim the springs you have and you might have to sand on the follower a tiny bit to get the follower past the transition in to the basepad
  12. CZ Custom or Springer Precision
  13. How many coils do the springs have? Sounds like you may have 13 coil springs, made for 170mm mags.
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