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About ArrDave

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    Frisco, TX (DFW)
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    Shooting (obviously), family, 80's metal
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    David Blanton

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  1. Yes - they are too long to fit the gauge . They do ship with the flat base plates to make them standard 19 rounders Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I got one on T&E. Trigger is OK- I would still mess with it for competition. Handles very well. Sights are perfect lower 1/3 on a 507C. Magazines don’t gauge at 140. So that sucks. It is a great shooting / handling gun. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. In CO if you like a heavy guide rod the 34 extended guide rod from GlockStore adds like 3 oz of mass to the front of the gun. Even without a heavy guide rod - I still prefer the 34 - it's just smoother shooting (slightly). Plus the longer barrel gives you more real estate for manipulations if you go in front of the ejection port. There isn't a huge difference but there's not a huge difference in cost either. I will say my gen 5 barrels are significantly better than my gen 4.
  4. ArrDave

    CO optic

    I have an SRO on order - if the electronics hold up like the T2 RMR then I will have some DPPs for sale soon Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. A complete change of clothes to put on after the shooting is done - rain jacket, golf umbrella, shower cap to put over your gun, golf towels to wipe off mag bodies, mag brush to clean out mags - some extra mags in case your mag goes Sword in the Stone upon being dropped and you're not convinced it's going to run. A trash bag to keep your bag in while you're shooting - though they have those covered shelters that should keep our gear pretty dry. A trash bag to put all your wet clothes in for the ride home.
  6. I remember you! Very cool. Double Tap looks like a fun match - lets hope the rain holds off because currently we'll be swimming the stages.
  7. ArrDave

    CO optic

    PResume for a moment that the SRO doesn't have to be sent back as often as the DPP - what's the hassle of being down an optic worth to you? because it's about $100 more than a DPP presently. To the OP's question - if you were to go for the DPP - I bit on the 2.5 MOA dot - if I did it all over again - I think I'd do the 7.5 MOA triangle - zero for the top of the triangle then when you're shooting fast just treat it like a dot. You don't need the triangle to be as bright as the dot - so on full texas sun days the triangle is a lot easier to see. I was at the range with a buddy with my 2
  8. Yup - my BENOS handle is older than my YT handle.
  9. I compete with GLocks - so a 34g5. I ended up dabbling into CO the cheap way with a 17g4MOS - when I realized I liked the division I just stuck with the platform. I made this thread because a fellow CO guy postulated that the steel frames are harder on optics than plastic ones - so I asked the same question on this subforum and the glock one - so far the CZ has the highest round count optics going. It seems so far if your DPP is going to fail - it will fail between about 3k and 8k rounds
  10. Sounds LIke i"ll be competing with you in CO then!
  11. On glocks you have to press the front of the button to get it to work- the glockstore screws into the front of the button then cantilevers back. If you press the back of the glockstore button- it activates the front of the actual mag release as that’s where it’s anchored. A buddy after experiencing my GS button got one to replace his Ghost Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. yeah I have 3 DPPs - 2 are mounted and one waits it's turn in the closet. I'm hoping the SRO changes this.
  13. The question sets up 4 fields- I answer the appropriate three three times - the one that was repaired at 4000 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I have 3. The button stopped working reliably - would have fits and I couldn’t adjust brightness. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I am trying to see how long a reasonable lifetime is for a DPP - please share with me the following Still running / repaired ? Approx round count? MOS/ milled/ dovetail? Who did the milling? I will get the party started Running 6000 MOS Running 5000 MOS Repaired 4000 MOS Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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