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  1. Appendix D4, 21.3 says you can only change barrels if they’re the same length and caliber as the original. So a 34 barrel in a 35 isn’t production legal.
  2. Its not a “headshot.” It is the upper scoring area of a USPSA target. This isn’t the school of John Wick. It is a game.
  3. So far we have learned: 1: the target is legal 2: some people are mad about it
  4. I don’t see how this is any more stupid than having two targets side-by-side with all but the upper scoring area blacked out or covered with a no-shoot. “Aiming is hard”
  5. I have one of the last Paras—a 16-40 Pro Custom that I bought in 2016. It has been very good to me, although I don’t have a massive number of rounds through it. I hate that the Para platform has always been plagued it seems. The fit and finish on this one is far better than any RIA I have messed with. I honestly don’t think a Para would hold anyone back, even at the highest levels of competition.
  6. Make sure the trigger spring is in the correct position on the connector. I had a similar problem in a gen 4. My spring was not centered and it caused the same issue.
  7. Try an STI mag or two. I have had 3 16-40’s, and 2 of them would run STI mags.
  8. I think it was Lone Wolf. It is a different ejector housing with a set screw. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F222902259959 I think i had ~$60 invested in the whole thing.
  9. In my gen 4 I had a TTI trigger kit and an over travel stop. That was probably my favorite trigger for glocks. I had the “edge”, and it seemed like it wasn’t any better than a ghost connector and a spring kit.
  10. This is precisely what I was getting at in my earlier post. Awhile back stippling in that area was ok, but a shelf was not. But whatever.
  11. In my 17.4, I was loading 3.6 grains of TG , my 130 cast bullet, range brass, an whatever primers I could find cheapest. A gen 4 mag and TTI 140 always ran perfect, and I even reloaded to it a few times. I ran a factory recoil assembly, tungsten GR and 13# spring, and tungsten GR and 15# spring and never had a problem. As as far as the “limp wrist” argument goes, I have fired multiple glocks, 1911s, and other handguns with nothing more than my thumb around the back strap and my trigger finger on the trigger. None of them have failed to feed yet, and my 1911 with 45 Super ammo might have got away from me—but still fed the next round.
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