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levellinebrad

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    Brad Banks

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  1. I do wear the jerseys but got most of them because I ro’d a major match. I also like the material. They seem to wick water away pretty well and keep me cooler on hot days. Plus I like looking sporty. I’m seriously thinking about selling my SVI just so I can get another one with more bling. My motto is “ Even if I can’t shoot good, I’m going to at least look good”.
  2. You guys still watching M.A.S.H Down Under? That’s an awesome show.
  3. I generally wear a red silk thong with a pair of very thin white capris with old school jungle boots. Up top is almost always a pink mesh wife beater and a rhinestone studded leather doo-rag. Of course no outfit is complete without huge hoop earrings. I don’t wear gloves because it would cover my 3” sparkly nails.
  4. I’d start with a big stick on the first barrel and put a mag on the last Barrel to the right just in case I had to do a makeup on the steel.
  5. There are no set back issues with the rounds. I think that the reason I can’t comfortably make major with HS6 is the length of the barrel combined with the large popple holes in the barrel. It is taking a lot of gas to generate enough pressure to accelerate the round and operate the popples and comp correctly. I am currently loading 10.1gr AA7 to make a 170pf. I had to bump it up after switching to a new jug of powder. The gun is stupid flat at 170.
  6. How do you clean the module in the RTS2? The dot is very dim and I have replaced the battery. I had heard that the module may need to be cleaned. I’ve searched the internet and cannot find where exactly the module is. Any help is much appreciated.
  7. I’m glad you got it figured out. I had assumed you had already removed that pin.
  8. levellinebrad

    Thumb rest

    I just took mine off this week and shot the best match I’ve had since I originally installed it. I also shot the best classifier I’ve had since installing it. I took off from work a little early on Tuesday and went to the range for some actual live fire practice. My goal was to work on grip to see if I could find the correct grip for the gun that I’m shooting. I was judging based on where the sights came back to after firing a shot. I noticed that the dot would move up and to the right and then settle back to my point of aim. The dot movement was very erratic or should I say “squiggly “ in its movement up and right. I then moved to double taps, seeing the sights once and squeezing the trigger twice. Groups were still horrible and were consistently center of A zone and 2nd shot would be to the right. I decided to remove all pressure from the thumb rest and track the sights. With the thumb not even touching the rest the sight track was straight up and down and not erratic. My hypothesis is that since I was only firing one shot at first, I was forcing the gun to return to original poa. I still need some work on my grip but the sight seems to track back to poa with little to no effort now. Apparently I was torquing the gun with my left hand. I’m leaving it off.
  9. There is an allen head bolt on the left side that you need to remove. It’s in the center of part #11010. Once that is removed, the shaft should slide right out.
  10. That’s awesome. I hope you enjoy it
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