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Stony Lane

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    Steve Spencer

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  1. PCC is fun! I shot numerous steel matches and a USPSA match. However, as soon as possible in an area, PCC should evolve into stand alone matches. In order to truly test the platform you need tighter shots, smaller targets and longer distances. Maybe even some "practical" magazine limits.
  2. I believe Beretta still has a contract to provide 100,000 more 92's to the military. If so, they will be around for quite a while.
  3. Stony Lane

    92fs

    With all inox (stainless) parts, it would be worth more. Do a search at the Beretta Forum.
  4. Has anyone tried something like this? Milwaukee Rolling toolbox - probably best for just pistol guys. https://www.cpomilwaukee.com/milwaukee-48-22-8426-packout-rolling-tool-box/miln48228426,default,pd.html?ref=pla&zmam=31282435&zmas=47&zmac=731&zmap=miln48228426&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI0tritNug3wIVmcDICh3UIg7HEAQYBCABEgIeVvD_BwE
  5. As I understand it, LTT Elite serial numbers are not being released in order. From the base, I measure the LTT rear as .290. Wilson has .270 and .280 rear sights. Novak has a .278. That rear sight is easier to replace than the front. (most pistols will shoot higher with a heavier bullet at reasonable distances - for some reason?) Since I want to shoot off the top of the front sight and not the dot; I went with a .305 Wilson (square notch, flat face).
  6. Don't the Canadian CX4's have the 19" barrel? I put CZ +4 base pads on the Beretta 30-round magazine to get 34 +1. I like it because as a lefty (with long guns) all the controls can be reversed. It is under 6 pounds unloaded, not too heavy and the weight is close to your body. The bolt is heavy and there is some mass reciprocating. Mine had the barrel threaded and it has a comp, but I'm not sure it really does much.
  7. Would this work? https://www.armsunlimited.com/Ambidextrous-AR15-M4-M16-Magazine-Release-p/au-amr.htm
  8. I choose to shoot Production BECAUSE of the 10-roiund limit and the need for frequent reloading, careful stage planning and a greater emphasis on shooting A's. Change for change's sake is not needed.
  9. The first production run is supposed to be over 2,000 pistols.
  10. Adjustable trigger: http://www.berettausa.com/en-us/adjustable-trigger-92-series-92-adjustable-trigger/e00252/
  11. You want a long vest - so you can tuck it in. Wear an insulating layer and then a long-sleeve turtleneck over that ...then the vest. I use a lightweight Eddie Bauer or a North Face Canyon Wall on top and tuck it in. If it is really cold, just wear an additional overcoat until you're up.
  12. https://www.amazon.com/Merrell-Mens-Moab-Vent-Hiking/dp/B01HF9ZL5M/ref=pd_lpo_vtph_309_bs_t_1?_encoding=UTF8&refRID=P3HX8T7SH0B5MQYVDK0K This will work well.
  13. Not for a RTS, but you get the idea: http://www.mountsplus.com/AR-15_Accessories/AR-15_Scope_Rings/182-UMT-SHIM.html?gclid=Cj0KCQiAkZHTBRCBARIsAMbXLhG5l5YjlMNeBJxNNZ4mg0i1hfC1TFdzKi1yvEICbMP4sqU-_Fd74rsaAlBYEALw_wcB
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