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  1. I believe its a no go but as you said someone more knowledgeable about the rules will chime in.....
  2. pcs352

    Red dot for G17

    Summed it up perfectly....
  3. I believe they’re being sold with mecgar mags and not those cruddy mags Beretta too.
  4. Using the fancy harbor freight calipers....1.1” or 28mm...the Glock is right at 1” or 25.5mm. Those measurements obviously are the slide and does not include the decocker/safety lever.
  5. I’ll get you some measurements after work
  6. May have been mentioned already but a coworker had similar issues as the optic screw was a tad long and would inadvertently rub and bind up the extractor plunger. Plunger actually got banged up quite a bit. If it was bound the extractor couldn't move enough to allow the cartridge to slide under all the way.....
  7. Mine has only a couple thousand rounds through it so far but yet to have a failure. Sample size of one has been flawless so far...
  8. With the lack of responses I’ll take that as a no go....
  9. CR speed are not the cool kid pouches any longer but work well and hold the magazines...very inexpensive as well....
  10. Our rat terrier Hudson... first smallish dog and totally shocked how fun he is..
  11. Saw this thing on the Netscape machine and wondering if anyone has any experience with it? Seems kinda interesting....
  12. Stupid cool shootin’ iron. Stunningly gorgeous!
  13. Should be .0585. Langdon sells them and ships fast...
  14. I believe but don’t quote me.....the only thing that will not be production legal is the mag guide...
  15. Yes...with a caveat. Ideally you should change the ejector. However I have seen them run just fine with the .40 ejector.
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