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    Ryan Chambers

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  1. So far the 11lb has set off Federal, Winchester and S&B Primers no problem. Last match I shot the LTT during tear down I found what I am pretty sure was a Tula round on the ground. I picked it up and put in my pocket till the end of the match to test...it even fired it. Granted that was only run sample of that. But the Federals, Winchester's and S&Bs all have went bang.
  2. I also have a Red Hill Tactical for my LTT, for M9A1. Fits great I'm happy.
  3. Picked up a LTT. Very nice gun I have no regrets. I bought the LTT with trigger job. Great out of the box.....but of course you have to tinker. Out of the box 13 lbs hammer spring. Single 3 lbs 7 oz Double 6 lbs 13 oz 12 lbs hammer spring Single 3 lbs 4.4 oz Double 6 lbs 4.2 oz 11 lbs hammer spring Single 2 lbs 13 oz Double 5 lbs 8 oz Checked with a Lyman digital trigger gauge. Buttery smooth. I will keep mine. Have not had a chance yet to check the reliability of the 11 lbs hammer spring.
  4. I run them on two different limited's I have. they're real benefit in my opinion is they are hardened all the way through. I'm not sure you'll ever wear them out. I believe most of the factory tangfo hammer and sear combinations are only surface hardened and eventually the sear will wear and you will have to get a new one.
  5. Before you drop money on a trigger. Try just the light JP competition springs for 11 bucks or so. I have to PCCs. One with Hyperfire 3g and one with polished mil-spec and the forementioned springs. Hyperfire is better but to be honest when shooting I do not notice. But that combo of springs and polish drastically improves your typical mil spec trigger.
  6. I use a pice of string trimmer. It's bright colored and cheap.
  7. I figured it was some kind of painted finish. Really a down grade compared to hard chrome in my opinion. Originally I choose a Limited over a tactical sport due to the hard chrome....... that was 4 Tanfoglios ago.
  8. What exactly is the blue coating? Some kind of paint? I'm guessing Tanfoglios version of cerakote but was not sure. I have 2 older hard chrome limited. Not sure you can get a better finish. It wears great.
  9. I have the Henning mount. I'm fairly certain it's only made for a c-more slide ride.
  10. I agree with you that it is a bull barrel on the Xcalibur. But so is the Sig per their own website. IDPA has some BS rules. It's just frustrating is all. Just like why can't I shoot my 5 inch 625? But a PCC is allowed. I for one don't get it IDPA. It's the least fun shooting sport for me. But it beats not shooting.
  11. Yes mine still folds up as well. Im a nurse crutches we're free. Just used u-bolts and hose clamps to mount.
  12. I have the same wagon. I'll try to get pics of mine tomorrow. I used old crutches. There light strong and the wagon still folds up. Plus they keep my rifle and shotgun out of the cart and leaves plenty of room for my shooting bag and cooler.
  13. I have the same wagon. I'll try to get pics of mine tomorrow. I used old crutches. There light strong and the wagon still folds up. Plus they keep my rifle and shotgun out of the cart and leaves plenty of room for my shooting bag and cooler.
  14. I have two PCCs using PSA billet lowers that run great. I'm sure the JP and QC10 are nice but if your on a budget I would not hesitate. The PSA billet I have are NFA built. As are many other 9mm AR lowers.
  15. Having done both I felt working on the Tanfoglio's were actually a little bit easier.
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