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  1. I currently run with an offset, I keep it with the same zero as my primary. I wouldn't run a match with out it, if there are more than 2 targets that you are hard leaning for there is a good chance that being in the gun will be faster with transitions and better hits then counting on a laser, especially if the targets are at any distance. I don't see how a larger window would assist in hard lean situations. Also there will be a time that a laser and an offset won't help and you will need to be able to transfer to the week side so I would recommend being proficient in that as well. Like said above though every shooter and stages are different so try it all out if you can and see what works for you.
  2. Anymore I just take the trigger parts out and clean, it's super quick. Also gives you a chance to inspect the springs, I found a broken one that hadn't caused a malfunction yet right before area 1 last year doing this and now make it a routine.
  3. Ah I get it now, well good luck on your pursuit. At least you are going the extra mile to get it right so good on you.
  4. Just curious but what is the need for a sensor on the stop plate? Are sound actuated timers not reliable or accurate enough?
  5. I've had good luck with the vortex razors, not a real popular choice due to window size and price but I've been really happy with mine. Use them on my co, open, ar offset and pcc's.
  6. IF you are looking for a good light the Streamlight hlX protac rail mount is really good and at about $110 it doesn't kill the bank either. It also comes with a pressure swith that has a standard on/off button as well as the momentary switch. I haven't shot that particular night match but the ones I have shot with a PCC a good light like that was plenty. I did run into issues when using a head lamp and red dot, the dot was washing out from behind as well as a reflection on the lens.
  7. I regularly shoot Open, CO, PCC, RFRO. and RFPO. Will sometimes throw in the iron sight divisions. I rotate each through out the year because we shoot a 4 stage match twice a week for 26 weeks straight every year. I do buckle down for a few weeks on my more important divisions when WSSC and larger matches come about. Changing it up helps keep it interesting for me. I only really setup and practice RFRO, PCC, and OPEN outside of the weekly matches. I don't believe it helps or hinders me to shoot this many different guns throughout the year.
  8. I don't ever run the big sticks but sometimes ifI'm shooting co and pcc back to back I'll take my limited mags and load them to 22 then I only need to take 5 mags instead of 11 which is nice. Otherwise I usually load prod mags to 10. If you are in the moment and doing a simple in between string mag change screws you up, you definitely have bigger problems then a mag change. But at the end of the day everyone has their own routine and does what works for them, so who am I to say they are wrong.
  9. I run once on both my co and open 9 major gun without any problems yet. Have 5k+ on co gun and less than 3.5k on the open so only a small sample size but no issues yet.
  10. We have a couple guys at our steel challenge club that use them and really like them... I would use one for practice but don't believe I would use one in a match. Not shootingthe pcc currently but I may snag one up anyways for when I start again.
  11. I also prefer the hornady camlock over the hammer even with just the occasional screw up. I just pull my fcd die in my lnl and throw the cam lock puller in that position. I only load 9mm so its already adjusted.
  12. The setup I run for mine is 1.Size and decap 2.Powder with ptx 3.Bullet Feeder 4.Seating 5.Lee FCD I'm using all lee dies with the exception of the Bullet feeder die and the ptx/powder measure. They are hornady
  13. Hey Zack is the prize table going to be limited to just Centerfire entries again this year beings the Rimfire/PCC entries seem to make up a large portion of entries? I would also assume it will be order of finish?
  14. The allchin on a 4.5 is what I use as well as with auto match it seems to be decently effective and very easy to maintain
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