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  1. I am running a Wolff in my SF. No issues. The tapered end of the spring needs to be widened slightly to fit over the guide rod. Any set of needle nose can address that issue. One can also make the Apex trigger work as well provided you mill a bit off the front of the trigger to let it extend properly, then trim the safety dingus to fit. Once I’m home I can provide some photos.
  2. Use a Wolff 13# Glock spring. It’ll fit over the stock guide rod.
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    P320 X5 Thread

    I recall reading some details once upon a moon about this topic but haven’t been able to locate it. Is an X5 with a small full sized 320 grip module carry optics legal? I believe so due to the rule regarding swapping of production legal components between approved guns. Thanks in advance.
  4. Hopping onto this subject somewhat tangentially. I’ll be in the DFW area 13-22 of April. It sounds like there’s a Sat match at ETTS as well as Cresson. Are there others within approximately an hour from the DFW/Coppell area during this timeframe?
  5. Badminton. You’d be surprised how fast and precise you need to be in that game.
  6. I had the same issue with the factory captured spring. Going to a 1911 spring with lower poundage (12) finally got my cases to eject properly. With the factory setup the Romeo was getting very beat up. That being said it seems the 1911 springs don’t have enough tension near barrel lockup and can cause the gun to not fully go into battery. Will be testing longer springs soon to try to alleviate this.
  7. One last thing I saw that hasn’t been mentioned yet is bringing the gun up without overshooting your sight line (fishing). You spent a fair bit of time hunting for the dot/sight picture as a result of overshooting your draw. Brian’s book does a great job speaking to index. Remember it’s not just horizontal but vertical as well. Develop where the gun points and that first shot will be faster.
  8. T6 in my race motors as well after break in. The only time the pistons seized was when I grabbed 2 instead of 5 on a really worn out gearbox . Made it to the finish line but no further.
  9. D&L in RI has a bunch of TS’s to ship. A few Parrots as well tell them Neal sent you.
  10. Tried two pairs, both did not work for me and produced high pitched hum when inserted. I have two others that ran them as well. One gentleman ran his for 9 months every day until they would no longer charge and another is still using his sporadically. Sad to say I do not think they are a wise buy at this point. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  11. Which way did you go on the SCS? I haven't tinkered with mine yet as I haven't had time to practice enough for it to count. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  12. Replace the main spring if you have a lighter than factory one first. Factory is 16lb. Usually a 2lb increase bumps the SA by half a pound. Much quicker to test than swapping the sear spring. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
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    e3 data

    3.5gr e3 1.180 bayou 180 is 159 PF out of a Brazos 5". Soon as I get my Atlas I'll test that. I'm guessing we'll end up at 3.7gr for a 168-170. Very soft load. Like bit smokey. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  14. 0.120" x 0.240". I like Dawson's 0.100 x 0.240" Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  15. Proraso or Col. Conk's shave soap for me. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
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