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superslowmo

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    EJ Yetter

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  1. I just recently picked up a TP9SFX, and the only mods I’ve made after unboxing are to put a M&P SSS tungsten rod with 13# spring, M&P stock striker spring, and replaced the firing pin block spring. The trigger group spring replacements dropped the pull from a consistent 5# to 3.5#. I’ll hopefully get to sight it in/wring it out when the weather up north at my favorite range settles down (on my days off). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. So it appears (If I condense this a bit), a couple of points- Shoot with prescription glasses on, focus on target with a fuzzy dot Shoot without prescription glasses, have a sharper dot, possibly less clear target Maybe a bigger dot (my addition).... I have a new Canik inbound to go along with my M&P ported PC CORE. It will be interesting to compare the dot from my older VIPER and a new one, and how the pistols compare since I run an un-ported barrel in the M&P for CO (that will be another thread I may start here on BE).
  3. ETA - Disregard. Finally got to some higher resolution images and was able to find the answer to my own question. Received these mags used in a deal I made. The one on the right doesn't have the external markings, the base pad was the same as the others, but came with a plastic follower that I immediately swapped out with a spare Metalform follower that matched the dimensions of the other. Was there different generations of ETM's? http://
  4. Couldn’t find anything in regards to this, here or google (maybe my google-fu is weak?). I put a Vortex Viper red dot on my pistol and have discovered something interesting. When I look through the sight with my glasses on the dot is disfigured with a noticeable tail, but when I remove my glasses it is sharp and pretty well defined. When I have looked through others sights with my glasses on (Romeo, DPP) the dot/triangle is clear and well defined. I sight/shoot with both eyes open. I am right handed and left eye dominant, and wear progressives to correct for my right eye more than my left. When I look at the dot on my pistol without my glasses and right eye only, the dot definitely has a tail, and when I look with my left eye only it looks pretty well defined. Has anyone else run into this, and if so what did you do? Was the solution an adjustment to your prescription/shooting specific glasses, or did you shoot stages with no correction and standard eye protection? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. This is a fantastic piece of info. I checked my SA RO Elite Target using this method and it indicates that SA built mine right (the lever swings freely). I'm a happy man...
  6. I dug around and didn't find a definitive thread or post on this. Has anyone sent the top end off to Mag-na-port to have a second set of ports added to the factory ported barrel (aligned with the slide ports)? I have a standard barrel in the pistol for shooting CO, but have thought about messing around and using it as a base for open before I dive into getting a new barrel/comp etc. Thank for any and all input.
  7. Chances are his finger was on the trigger. It happens more than people think, and most that do have an ND don’t even realize it was their actions that caused it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Another vote for Sharpies. I use silver on my blued mag bodies, and black on stainless.
  9. Yup, I’ve been shooting 1911’s since 1986, and still can’t deactivate the grip safety every time I draw.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. High primers maybe? Does the round fire on a second strike? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Going back to pinning.... I just use a small sliver of a shock buffer in between the MSH and the GS. During re-assembly I just place it on the top of the MSH as I slide it upward while holding the GS down. I have found that this is the simplest and easiest to intall/remove.
  12. Stock trigger and APEX CAEK is truly what works for me....
  13. Like many here, adjustable with FO front in green. I used to shoot with a red FO FS but found that the green really popped for me as well. I just prefer how the front sight is "framed" with a wide adjustable rear. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. They must’ve produced a ton of the tan ones and need to clear them out of the warehouse before black ones hit the distributors. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Magpul grips are pretty thin to begin with. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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