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About obsessiveshooter

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    Calls Shots
  • Birthday 12/25/1977

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    I would shoot every match if I could, but with a wife and kids I only shoot 2-3 matches a month. I'm an A class Limited shooter, shooting a CZ TS. When I'm out with the family we are either skiing, hiking, or going to a local skatepark. I'm rleightonc on instagram.
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    Leighton Cash

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  1. I ordered the trigger today. I've polished everything that can be polished, but the factory plastic trigger shoe and trigger safety drags on the frame in a way I can feel. I'm looking forward to trying this new part out! Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks guys, I'll get a slide racker and keep her well oiled. It is weird though that my buckmark wont cycle standard velocity ammo. The slide doesn't move as easily back and forth as I would expect. Even when it is perfectly clean and oiled, it feel like metal dragging when I rack the slide. Sort of like if you had two pieces of aluminum oiled and moving against eachother? Nothing like the glassy smooth feeling of racking one of my CZs. I have no other experience with the Buckmark so I don't know what is normal. I just figured it was okay as long as it ran the CCI minimags fine.
  3. Of course, but this seems to be able to happen when it is 100 rounds fired since a cleaning. I try to shoot it wet, maybe I need to use a thicker oil that stays in place better. It seems weird to need to oil a gun every couple stages, but maybe that's what you do with 22 pistols? Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  4. Hi, I set up a Buckmark with a C-more for my boys to shoot steel challenge with. The gun runs reliably with cci mini-mags, but not with standard velocity, at all. That's not the issue though. It has happened a half dozen times now where the boys go to rack the slide and they cant get it to budge. It's like the slide is glued shut and it takes an adult to rack the slide. Then it will run fine. Is the crud that builds up from shooting sticky? That's my best guess. If that is the case, this must be a common problem with a known solution, correct? Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  5. Lavazza Gran Selecion- I like dark roast coffees that aren't bitter. I'm surprised no one has chimed in with something from Black Rifle Coffee Company- I just dont understand buying coffee from a gun store. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  6. I recently put a 10lb glock recoil spring in, it locks up fine and it makes the sights settle faster, at least for me. I do think any lower of a recoil spring would cause issues. Also, on a whim I bought a Cain Arms +5 Sig p320 base pad off Ebay to try out, since it was only $16. The description said it was made of industrial polymer. Upon opening the package, it was clearly made in a 3d printer. But, the important thing is that it fits the magazine perfectly. I was able to load 22 with the factory spring and follower. It was tough to get the 19th round in; it took some banging and shaking to get the spring to get out of the way for the rest of the rounds. Like most things that come out of a 3d printer, the base pad is NOT smooth, inside or out. I'll smooth it out and see if it makes loading the mag easier. Since this pistol will likely only be a production division pistol, I'll probably buy the UTG PRO aluminum base pads, they are like $10-14 each. If my wife ever wants to try USPSA, I'll get her going with it in Limited division and get a couple more +5 base pads.
  7. So I found a load that works great. I do have to reduce the OAL to make it work, but that is easy. 95 gr Bayou coated bullet, and I take my powder drop from my .40 reloading setup that drops about 4.3 gr or Titegroup. This makes an accurate load right at 104 PF. Perfect for steel challenge. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  8. Are you using buffers? Or a stack of buffers? Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  9. Pretty sure it's the SSI tungsten x5 grip, with a lead filled light body on the rail. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  10. My buddy has a heavy frame .40 limited division p320 with an absolutely incredible trigger, far better than the best glock triggers I have felt. I would be faster on the trigger with that p320 than with any similarly built glock. And it soaks up recoil almost as well as my CZ TS. If you must shoot plastic, I dont know of a better option. Then again, if your glock runs, the grip angle is awesome for recoil control and it's cheap. If I were spending the money, I'd upgrade to a steel CZ. I'm not a fan of 2011s, mainly because the expense doesn't justify the gain, if there is one, over a CZ. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  11. I'm not familiar with those, so I don't know. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  12. The 100 grain plated Berrys over 4.6gr of CFE ended up being 100 PF. The same 4.6 of CFE with a 125gr Brazos coated bullet is 130 PF. The 100gr load ran fine in my wife's pistol, but for extra insurance I ordered a new recoil spring that is 2 lb lighter than the current spring. Only problem is the Berrys has to be loaded about .1" shorter than the Brazos bullet. I might try the Bayou bullets 95 gr., and see if I can leave the bullet seating die unchanged. Their lube groove design is similar to the Brazos design, allowing it to be loaded longer. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  13. Today I found out what magazine extensions work on the SAR9- the Sig P320 extensions are a perfect fit. My buddy had Springer extensions and they worked perfect, but they use a set screw that strips out eventually. He said that the TTI extensions would be a better product.
  14. Thanks all, I just ordered an 11lb wolf spring. Even if a 10lb will work, I need it to be good for my wife too, who is a newer shooter with a fraction of my grip strength. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
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