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  1. I visited a club in New Zealand a few years ago for the IPSC Australasian Championship match, they are very good at using shipping containers over there, they has a shed set up with 3 40 ft containers forming a u shape which were al storage and in the centre was a workshop area for storage, fixing and maintenance tasks, the whole area was covered. They also had a few set up around the range area as smoking areas that had pallets set up inside as vision walls as it was a non smoking range due to it being in a pine growing forest, it was an experience going in there looking for someone as it was like going into a tear gas training room, no ventilation at all.

  2. All 6 that I have here are "Made in Italy", 1 was purchased as a Legion mag with the Henning base plate fitted (also marked made in italy) . The rest are from either  P320 RX or purchased as spares, all 10 round as I'm in a 10 rnd limited country. All through Sig Sauer distributor in Australia, no Mecgar marking only Sig Sauer on 1 side and made in Italy on the other.

  3. On 9/5/2021 at 10:27 AM, Desk-Jockey said:

    A few guys in my club use them.  The advantage seems to be able to crank your belt load down to shoot the stage and then loosen it when you aren’t shooting.   Am to try one from red hill and see if I like it.  
     

    time will tell if it is better.   Hard to see it being twice as good as a traditional belt that costs half as much.  
     

    FWIW some guys here are posting how to DIY mod an existing belt using a $20 snowboard buckle and a few screws.   

    Any idea where the DIY mods are located?

  4. The problem I found with 1911 trigger guards is they are mostly different dimensions ( that info came from Saul @ DAA). At one point I had 3 different 1911's 1 Springfield loaded .45, an STI Spartan 9mm and a Nighthawk 9mm. None of them would fit in the same holster, I went through 4 different versions and ended up back with a Comptac International.

    Tried the JR micro, the DAA racer, and a Schuman Hoepner variant, and the DAA racemaster. None of them held the guns as well as I liked, would they have fallen out, probably not but there was just too much wobble for me to be happy with them. 

  5. I don't know a lot about Semi auto's but it returns the bolt under spring pressure, so its like racking the gun for every shot if that explains it. There is a spring around the mag tube and is labelled recoil spring but the manual is not straight pull specific, its the  M3000 manual.  

    We can't have semi auto shotguns or rifles or pump action shotguns here, but pump action rifles are ok as long as they're not an AR (Troy PAR) look alike as our Customs wont let them in.  But there are a couple of companies making straight pull and pump action AR style rifles here for us but are pretty expensive.  

  6. Hi Guy's 

    Im from Australia and have just picked up a Stoeger M3K shotgun. Ours are a straight pull design ie: basically a pump action using the bolt knob. I've noticed the semi auto versions I've seen in youtube video's have a light bolt racking pull on them, ours are reasonably heavy. I wondering if the semi auto version has a lighter recoil spring or they just wear in after use, can anyone tell me if lighter recoil springs are available?  

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  7. Hi Guy's 

    Im from Australia and have just picked up a Stoeger M3K shotgun. Ours are a straight pull design ie: basically a pump action using the bolt knob. I've noticed the semi auto versions I've seen in youtube video's have a light bolt racking pull on them, ours are reasonably heavy. I wondering if the semi auto version has a lighter recoil spring or they just wear in after use, can anyone tell me if lighter recoil springs are available?  

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