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    Luck is when preparation meets opportunity
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    Jay Rock

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  1. Getting back to shooting competition...

  2. Are you sure you can handle the altitude up here bro?! Just kidding, it would be nice to have some teammates to shoot with up here.
  3. that would depend on what rear sight you are going with. If you are sticking with the factory the notch is 0.140, which I think a 0.100 would be too narrow in. I like a 0.115 front for 0.140 rears. If you are going to use the dawson rear, their notch is significantly narrower so the 0.100 may be ok but most seem to prefer the 0.090. the height will be determined by the rear sight as well as your load. I will be going with a Dawson rear sight, and prefer the narrowest blade I can get. I don't want the rear sight cranked way in the air, so I would image the taller front sight will be best... I have a .100" Dawson FO front sight on mine and it was fine with the factory rear and the Warren Tactical I have on it now. If nobody around there has one, I can loan you my M&P sight pusher (MGW). Unfortunately, it won't do the front on the Pro/9L and I had to cut the last one out it was so tight! R, Thanks Chris, but I think I will just send the sights in with the gun when I have the trigger and stippling done.
  4. that would depend on what rear sight you are going with. If you are sticking with the factory the notch is 0.140, which I think a 0.100 would be too narrow in. I like a 0.115 front for 0.140 rears. If you are going to use the dawson rear, their notch is significantly narrower so the 0.100 may be ok but most seem to prefer the 0.090. the height will be determined by the rear sight as well as your load. I will be going with a Dawson rear sight, and prefer the narrowest blade I can get. I don't want the rear sight cranked way in the air, so I would image the taller front sight will be best...
  5. Thanks guys, I figured as much. I just needed some validation. On another note, will a .265 tall (.100) be the best front sight height in your opinion as well?
  6. I will be getting an M&P Pro very soon and considering whether I will need an adjustable rear sight or not. This gun will be used primarily for competition, using 147gr lead/moly bullets. Your advice and thoughts are greatly appreciated as I have very limited experience with M&Ps. Thanks.
  7. Rocket35

    AIr Soft Gun

    Here is one option. http://www.unholstered.com/webstore/produc...=442&page=1 You can get that same gun at Big 5 for $10 less. I have yet to see an Airsoft "blowback" version of this gun, but remain optomistic that someone with come out with one soon. As I see Production Division as my future "home" and looking for a suitable training gun as well.
  8. I finally bought a Megellan about a year ago and found it to be virtually useless. It has been wrong or can't find destinations more times than it has been useful. So it resides in the glovebox while the printed google and roadmaps ride shotgun. Oh! I'll sell a lightly used GPS for a great price!
  9. Here is my old Limited Division Glock I used to shoot:
  10. I had these laying around on the computor and thought I would post them up for Flying40. .5__scale_Metric_Target.pdf pepper_popper.pdf I figure it is better to cover with hard cover other ways than to use up the printer cartridge so I don't have any of them in PDF format.
  11. The more I think about it the more I agree with backing the timer up to the stop plate time, but it might be a good idea to address this in the rules for consistency. The more black/white it is the better. That was taken from the Policies and Procedures manual on the SCSA website. http://steelchallenge.com/wp-content/uploa...%20dist4-24.pdf
  12. Damn fine job Mike. Some of the finest airsoft guns you'll find.
  13. Jason, I recall ya asking me to awhile back and been pretty busy. But things are getting quieter around here now. I'll start working on something. I know Micah has done some dryfire videos and there is a link here somewhere...
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