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XD Niner

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About XD Niner

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  • Birthday 02/19/1952

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    Gainesville, Florida
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    Kent Cori

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  1. XD Niner

    What kind of bullets are you feeding your PCC?

    I shoot 124 grain MG CMJ's in all my 9mm and .38 Super guns. They are consistent in weight, shoot accurately and feed better than their JHP's in my PCC's and my Dan Wesson Guardian. The consistent feed is as important to me as the accuracy. I also like the jacketed bullets because cleaning is not a problem. I too experimented with Extreme bullets for 500 rounds with several 9mm pistols and one PCC. They were not nearly as accurate as the MG's in any of the guns. in two of my pistols and the PCC, small pieces of the jacket came off in the chamber creating problems with the triggers. YMMV.
  2. Yep. It helps me consistently keep the tip of my trigger finger in the proper position.
  3. I have both the MBX Mini (47 rounds) and TF (41 rounds.) I prefer the MBX because it is more reliable and easier to disassemble.
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    New Magwell from Titan Rocket......

    Has anyone had a problem with their Titan PCC magwell besides me? The one that was sent for my PSA PCC is clearly not the correct version despite the labeling. I've sent them two emails now, a week ago and then again this weekend, with no response. I'm wondering if I've made a mistake buying from them.
  5. XD Niner

    HiperFire 24C

    At least on the earlier generation, the lightest (gray) springs provide the greatest hammer energy. I know that is counter-intuitive but that is the way it is.
  6. XD Niner

    Travel with PCC

    I think that one of the major points here is that, if you can, put the locked gun case in another piece of baggage to disguise its true nature. A nice long Pelican case with non-TSA locks on it would be a very tempting target for thieves. A well used piece of ordinary luggage complete with TSA locks is going to generate a lot less interest. The 11-pound rule for ammo is pretty prevalent across the major airlines. That said, has anyone actually had the airline weigh their ammo?
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    Travel with PCC

    . You should be very careful about your assumptions. Why would you think that I, or anyone for that matter, would try to smuggle guns through the air transport system with the associated risks? Of course I declare the guns. The guns are safely protected in a carbine sized case with Master padlocks and then put in the hard sided golf club case to disguise the appearance. That way any potential thieves will make an incorrect assumption.
  8. XD Niner

    Travel with PCC

    I put the whole rifle bag in an old hard case for golf clubs with TSA locks. The case is all scuffed and looks like crap. No one is interested in what they assume are golf clubs within it. So far, so good.
  9. XD Niner

    EoTech 552 ??

    I really like the circle-dot reticles and larger field of vision. I have both an EoTech EXPS 2.0 and a Holosun 510C on my two PSA PCC's. The reticle styles are identical but the Holosun's is a continuous circle instead of collection of individual dots. It is also instant on and solar powered with a 50-cent wafer battery backup. Now for the really good part. The Holosun is about 60% of the cost of the EoTech. IMHO it is a far superior product for a significantly lower cost. Give it a try. You can usually get one for under $300 on an Optics Planet sale.
  10. XD Niner

    PSA AR-9 complete on sale for $550

    I have two of these. I bought the first on in March 2017 for $700 delivered, When I bought the identical PCC at Thanksgiving it was only $487 with their sales. Both have been great guns running 100%. I have a Holosun 510C holosight, Hiperfire 24C, Outdoor Sports Ambi Charging Handle, Taccom 2-port comp and Taccom 3-stage buffer system installed on my primary PCC. The second has the same trigger and charging handle but a EoTech holosight and just a bird cage flash hider. I can move the buffer system to the backup in about 3 minutes if needed so I didn't buy a second one of those. The 2-port comp provides negligible improvement and was a waste of money. The 24-C trigger and 3-stage buffer are absolutely worth the money I spent on them and probably then some. The bottom line is that these are terrific PCC's. If you like the AR configuration, they can't be beat for the money.
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    TACCOM 2-Stage Buffer Setups?

    Good video. It was interesting to see the second shot hit almost atop the first.
  12. XD Niner

    Carrying my PCC around, a thread about cases

    Yep, I use that same scabbard. Several of my shooting buddies do too. We all like them. Amazon sells them as well so check around for the best price.
  13. XD Niner

    TACCOM 2-Stage Buffer Setups?

    +1 and +1. I continue to be impressed with the 3-stage setup. I conducted a second set of four 15-yard Bill Drill runs and had only one Charlie this time with times similar to the first set I ran last week. It was about 38-degrees here in Florida when I ran the most recent test so the Charlie could have been due to my whole body shivering.
  14. XD Niner

    Taccom 9mm 2 port compensator

    124 grain Montana Gold CMJ's, 4.3 grains of Autocomp and 1.10 OAL. PF is 134-135 out of my 16" PCC.
  15. XD Niner

    Taccom 9mm 2 port compensator

    25/64" or 0.39 inches. I have one on my 9mm PSA PCC and it makes no discernible difference. YMMV. Now the Taccom 3-stage buffer system is another story. That makes a definite improvement in muzzle flip and control of my second shots.
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