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  1. Because I compete in Production/SSP I use the standard extended mag release that came with my Gen 3 G34, but my preference is the Vickers. For me, it's pretty much perfect and is what I use on my non-gaming Glocks. The length of the factory extended catch, combined with its sharp corners, can start to irritate the palm of my support hand during long practice sessions. The Vickers is just long enough to actuate easily, but not so long that it digs into your hand. The corners are also nicely rounded off.
  2. I like that idea! To save a little money on purchases, I've been using ActiveJunky.com for a number of years. They offer cash-back on purchases from places like Cabela's, Brownells, Rainier Arms, Palmetto State Armory, Natchez, Academy, and a ton more. The beauty of it is it's independent of any other promo codes or sales the retailer is running so you can get a little extra savings on top of the sale price. The cash-back percentages are usually pretty small, but they can change often - I've seen Cabela's go as high as 15%! Anyway, even when it's lower, it all adds up over tim
  3. I have a 510C on my limited rifle, but since I have astigmatism, I need to use corrective contacts to see a proper dot. Without the contacts, I see a sort of amorphous line.
  4. I compete with a Glock 34.3 primarily in 3gun and occasional USPSA/IDPA. I mostly carry a Glock 19.3, but depending on clothing and activity I might instead carry a S&W Shield, S&W 342, or LCP.
  5. I don't think the difference is huge, but I probably shoot a bit better when I'm squadded with strangers - it allows me to focus 100% of my attention on the game. That being said, I always squad with my friends if possible. To me, having a good time and laughing with some buddies is more important that a couple points here and there.
  6. I use Warren Tactical sights on all of my Glocks (not the Sevigny). I really like the scallops on the rear sight - I feel they help to draw your eye to the front sight and also allow you to see a little more of the target. I use the plain rear/fiber optic front on my competition gun and the single tritium rear/tritium front for my defensive guns.
  7. What kind of deals are you finding? Mind sharing?
  8. I've been using the Hiperswitch with my 24C this past season with no issues. Didn't love that you have to clip the detent spring to tune the efforts, but it works fine and there are no worries about compatibility.
  9. I get mine from ActionTarget.com. They have IDPA cardboard targets for $0.69 a piece for 1-24 or $0.64 a piece for 25+.
  10. You could use either gun with the 8-round magazines in CCP – just have an extra magazine available for the “Load and Make Ready” so you can load a round into the chamber and be able to start with 9 in the gun. You could also use the Shield with the 7-round magazines in the BUG division and load them to 6. For CCP, you are allowed two extra magazines on your belt each loaded to eight. For BUG, you are allowed three extra mags on the belt each loaded to six. I think either gun would be fine for you to get started with. The Shield makes a great BUG gun, but you might find that sh
  11. Just got one of these for my Holosun 510c yesterday and can also confirm that it fits great. I'll also add that I was surprised that it's nicer than I thought it would be. I assumed it was just a neoprene cover, but it actually has a rubberized interior layer.
  12. One of our local clubs has an outdoor shoot-house with a roof and black, plastic walls to create some low-light shooting conditions. The plastic walls allow them to reconfigure the stage easily by cutting windows in different locations. If you do this, make sure to incorporate some sort of venting system. Following someone who was using smoky loads was pretty miserable before they added a fan.
  13. Apologies if this has been discussed previously - I tried searching, but couldn't find anything. This is only my third season shooting multi-gun after spending several years shooting IDPA/USPSA. For the past couple years, all of our local clubs have been using the UML ruleset. I haven’t been doing this for too long, but to date, I can’t recall seeing anyone attempt to neutralize a target with only one shot to the “A” zone. The norm is typically to put two shots anywhere on paper. Are there any situations where it is advantageous to attempt single “A” zone shots? Maybe on some wide-open c
  14. Any idea what the minimum handguard ID required for this barrel with the included Rainier gas block would be? I'm wondering if it would fit inside a BCM MCMR. Also, wondering if anyone has feedback on the Rainier lightweight match .223 Wylde barrel in the 18" length.
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