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TonytheTiger

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  • Birthday 08/01/1989

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    Middle of nowhere, North Central IL
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    Anthony Dietmeier

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  1. Well we know what Froelich shot, now I wanna know what he did to get DQ'd?
  2. M2 will always have a longer track record, but the 1301 has a few years of amazing reliability under it's belt at this point. There aren't as many 1301's in the wild but I attribute that to the M2 being the only good choice during the heyday of 3 gun. By the time the 1301 showed up most people willing to spend good money on shotgun already had an M2 and 3 guns popularity was on the decline.
  3. Yeah I've never tried any of the improved Grendel variants. My 6mm and 6.5 both feed great.
  4. They have the same parent and use the same bolt face diameter, but the huge difference in body taper is significant enough to make them two very different cartridges.
  5. Yes. Clay sports clubs are terrifying places to be.
  6. I'm aware of that. Read the thread title though.
  7. No, not quite. The buffer tube on the 2.0 is open ended and the secondary spring is integral to the end cap. IIRC, Odin told me I'd have to buy their standard pistol buffer tube to convert my 2.0's back to 1st gens.
  8. The 2nd gens length of pull bottoms out at 12.9 inches, which is a half inch longer than I like. I asked Odin about and they said I can buy a few parts to basically convert it back to a gen 1, I just haven't done it yet. Having shot the gen 1 vs gen 2 side by side on the same rifle I would say the secondary spring is just a marketing gimmick.
  9. I've got 3 Zulu's, 1 first gen and 2 2.0. I greatly prefer the first gen, but have never had any functional issues with any of them regardless of spring or buffer combo. I agree 100% with @DesertTortoise the last place you want to go light is the rear of the gun. I had an MFT Minimalist for a while and it was the worst stock I've ever had because of its lightness. Also stay away from any stock that has a tiny butt pad, like the Strike Industries Viper or a lot of the other minimalist stocks, because focusing all the recoil energy on a smaller surface area increases the felt recoil.
  10. They're pretty new, so you can't have shot one for years yet.
  11. I'd like to try one but the reticles are straight garbage.
  12. Good buddy of mine had a Typhoon and VR80 at the same time. He sold the VR80 real quick like, and when I shot them side by side it was easy to understand why. The F12 shot was softer, trigger was better, fit and finish looked way better. IIRC it ran decent out of the box, and with some tuning it's now easily the most reliable open shotgun I've ever seen in action.
  13. Denglerbbi gets 7.5% off if I remember correctly.
  14. Not at any clubs I've been to. They hit the bar pretty hard before shooting around here.
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