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About Salsantini

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    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday 10/15/1964

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    Rosemont, PA
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    I have been an active shooter my whole adult life. Started shooting CMP in my early 20's. Back in 2009 I decided to become a better pistol shooter. I joined a new club that has a very active pistol program. In 2015 I discovered USPSA and like the sport very much. I am an NRA certified pistol instructor and with other instructors teach the NRA classes at my local shooting club
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    Joe Scenna

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  1. Ok. I ordered a new trigger from Apex. Lets see if this makes a difference.
  2. Good that STI took care of this. I have a barrel link kit on hand from EGW just in case this happens. http://www.egwguns.com/1911-parts/barrel-link-kit-6-pcs/
  3. Just gathering dust in my safe
  4. Ask Jem if they will do this for you. They make amazing frames https://www.jemguns.com/reservations
  5. I think you correct. In a match setting it is not always possible to do this. I was likening this to a form of relaxation.
  6. I do 50 10 yard sprints for a speed workout. The first 10 are with a rolling start. 10 with left foot forward. 10 with right foot forward. 10 facing up range turning right. And 10 facing up range turning left.
  7. Was shooting with some friends last night. I commented on how much better I feel/ that my mind is more relaxed during the shooting session and immediately after. While shooting I am very focused on the task at hand. One of my friends said it is because we are focused on the moment. All other things are not in your mind. Never thought of it in these terms before. I think this is much like meditation. Clearing your mind of all other things.
  8. Agree with this. Have you tried doing this yet? What is the result?
  9. I find that I am a bit slower with a 2011/1911 that does not have a pinned safety. My limited gun does have the safety pinned. All my other 1911's do not.
  10. It is very comical.
  11. Hey Rex I have a new chew toy for you!
  12. Ok, Update on this issue. I have all three types of trigger bars. Unmarked, S, and H. I tried all three and ended with the same result. At the point the striker releases the striker block in not fully depressed and when the striker releases the forward movement of the striker pushes up the striker block. This is what is causing the inconsistent firing. I completely switched out the FSS and trigger with a stock trigger and regular Apex sear and the striker block is fully compressed before the striker releases.
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