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shooterDrew

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    USPSA - and reloading only as much as I need to for lots of USPSA shooting!
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    Andrew Heath

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  1. Yup. Same as above. Especially with 10mm... not a soft recoiling round... go RMR Type 2 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  2. Haha this is the truth. Not to mention the price point for agency purchase. I handled an acquisition of and transition to a new handgun for duty at my agency once.. adding more than $1000 to the price of the guns we were looking at wouldn’t have been considered for 2 seconds. And while a small percentage of the guys would have seen any sort of performance benefit- assuming you had an actually dead reliable 2011- the majority struggle to safely operate a Glock... I can’t imagine trying to get the lowest on the competency scale to safely and competently handle a 2011. I’m not kidding when I say holster retention devices caused some people issues.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  3. P-01 is a solid choice. I had a steel frame 75compact. It was a sweet gun, but too heavy. I bet the aluminum frame version is nice! Check out Cajun gun works for trigger work. Makes a super heavy stock Cz trigger flat out dreamy! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  4. Thanks for the link. I’ve never seen those before, looks like maybe a gen5 addition to the product line? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  5. Thanks for the link. I’ve never seen those before, looks like maybe a gen5 addition to the product line? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  6. 9mm or 40? I have never seen a Glock 22 or 24 round factory 9mm magazine- if there is one I can not see how it would be longer than 171. But the 31/33 is definitely too long. As for limited capacity in open, yes. Rather than set a number for the limit they set length of the mag. This makes some guns more successful at using the available space. And makes other major calibers, outside 9/38, essentially useless in the arms race of open. I can get 29/30 in my MBX 9mm mag so shooting a gun in 40 becomes a handicap immediately because you can only squeeze 24-25 rounds. If you’re talking the 40s&w mags then I believe they’re fine for open, another thread here has them listed at around 154mm in length. Seems like you could put an extension on them and maybe keep them under 171 still??? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  7. They have a few options I think. Mine is the claw 2.5 I believe. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  8. I have a JM custom kydex AIWB holster for my full size 92. It is the most comfortable concealment holster I’ve got. The full size is definitely a brick of a gun but the holster makes it very comfortable and conceals very well. I’d love to see what it would do to a 92 compact. I think that would be a very concealable option. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. Fingers crossed that their recent change in policy is something mainly to protect themselves from people trying to game the system, and they intend to still service guns with honest issues... I’ve heard of more than one recent warranty issue that’s been taken care of promptly since the change. That’s good news. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. I love 2011s... I’ve owned several diff in limited and open. Stock and custom tuned STIs as well as a custom build. I have yet to go thru a season without gun issues at some point. If Tac sports are as reliable as my shadow and shadow 2 were- I wish I had gone tac sport for limited rather than 2011. This upcoming season I’m shooting a lot of carry optics because I’m so sick of malfunctions in matches. There are plenty of people who have very reliable 2011s... I just bring out the issues apparently. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  11. Yea that seems to be the route they’re going. They cut all the competition guns out of the lineup. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  12. I have not seen one mounted like that. I feel like it would not be an ideal optic to turn over on its side- the circle shape of the more makes the glass seem the same from either orientation, with the holosun i feel like it would be odd. It really doesn’t seem to sit high to me. Once you take the rail mount and the putter shell off the top it’s not bad. I went from a delta point pro to a holosun and i love it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  13. I think you’re probably right. I’m not sure what the perfect plan would be for them... I just know that buying a new or used STI was palatable when I had a sense that STI had my back if the gun had issues. Now that’s changed and I don’t see myself buying any more STIs. Too many other good/better options out there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  14. This is all very new. Pretty much up till now they would take care of any sti gun that had come out of their shop- vortex/Dillon style. That’s changed and it seems they’ve pretty much shut down their warranty service program. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  15. And training budgets get expensive real quick... it’s a tough problem to solve... but regardless of that, there are plenty of guys carrying guns professionally that wouldn’t shoot more than 100 rounds a year unless you absolutely forced them. It’s insane on so many levels Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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