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Rudukai13

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  1. The camera on the iPhone 11 Pro is very nice;
  2. Should be a few months for the aluminum grip modules, they’re finishing up the final tweaks of their prototypes for production.
  3. The Atlas Gunworks 2011 optic mount fits the P320 like it was made for it. If you can figure out a way to reinforce the polymer dustcover, you can use the Atlas mount for your open gun project;
  4. I love it when a plan comes together The Atlas Gunworks 2011 optic mount fits on the P320 frame like it was made for it. Including with enough clearance to still allow mounting of a WML. Of course, the polymer grip module isn’t substantial enough on its own to secure the mount to. But a soon-to-be-available aluminum grip module will be more than secure...The EVO320 is a go;
  5. Somebody should design a 2011 trigger with a hinged tab then. “What? It’s double-action now!”
  6. Approximately what distance do you have to move the slide rearward before it disengages the trigger and doesn’t allow the striker to release when the trigger is pulled?
  7. If you own a PPQ (any variant including Q5 SF), I’d like to ask that you perform a quick and simple test regarding pulling the trigger while the gun is out of battery. A PPQ owner on another forum may have identified an issue with the platform where pulling the trigger while the slide is out of battery results in a dead trigger once the slide has returned to battery. ***MAKE SURE YOU CLEAR YOUR PISTOL OF ANY LIVE AMMUNITION BEFORE PERFORMING THESE TESTS*** Test 1: Push the slide rearward slightly so the barrel is out of battery. Allow the slide to return to battery. After the pistol has returned to battery, pull the trigger in a safe direction. Did the gun fire, or was it a dead trigger? Test 2: Push the slide rearward slightly so the barrel is out of battery. While holding the slide out of battery, pull and release the trigger. Allow the slide to return to battery. After the pistol has returned to battery, pull the trigger in a safe direction. Did the gun fire, or was it a dead trigger? Test 3: Push the slide rearward slightly so the barrel is out of battery. While holding the slide out of battery, pull and hold the trigger. While holding the trigger, allow the slide to return to battery. After the pistol has returned to battery, release the trigger. Pull the trigger again in a safe direction. Did the gun fire, or was it a dead trigger? ***MAKE SURE YOU CLEAR YOUR PISTOL OF ANY LIVE AMMUNITION BEFORE PERFORMING THESE TESTS*** Please post your results here. Include which PPQ variant you performed your tests with, and what if any modifications have been done to the trigger of your gun
  8. It’s a gamble, but we’ll find out Friday if it pays off...
  9. I may have an answer to this question this Friday. I had an idea that’s being put into motion, just waiting on USPS shipping...
  10. According to USPS tracking the item from Atlas will be arriving by Friday...I hate waiting on parts to ship but I’m very excited to find out if my idea is going to work!
  11. With the first of two essential components ordered, the EVO320 project has officially begun
  12. Any updates on when these will be available? That Limited model is of extreme relevance to my interests...
  13. This third P320 has been sitting dormant in the back of my safe for a while now, but I get the feeling that stagnation is coming to an end very shortly...The EVO320 is coming soon;
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