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tdp88

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  1. I'd just get a Taran trigger kit and Dawson Gen 5 MOS sights and call it a day.
  2. This is what I ran in mine and it would pop any primer and was very flat.
  3. How much does Kita charge for a class?
  4. I would rather shoot less with my actual competition gun and dry fire more than to shoot twice as much with the 22. I don't think it's bad practice but it's not good practice.
  5. I'd go with the 115 for factory ammo. The factory 124 tends to be really hot.
  6. The palm swells shouldn't affect the trigger reach much if at all. They thin out up towards the top and I felt it was about the same as the thin grips.
  7. tdp88

    downside to MOS?

    Dawson makes non-cowitness mos sights that don't hang off the back. I don't think they have an adjustable option though.
  8. The feel isn't as important as making sure the grip is big enough. Small grips usually feel more ergonomic but they don't leave enough real estate to get the support hand on the gun. If you can get your support hand on the grip panels and not your strong hand fingers, and it doesn't cause physical pain to shoot, then the "fit" is fine. It may not "feel" good but it fits.
  9. If you’re not sure just give them a call. They’ve always been very friendly and helpful when I’ve called. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I agree with the LOK Palm Swells but I prefer the checkered vs the bogies. The checkered keep the gun put in my hand just as well as the bogies but don't chew me up as bad during long dry fire or live fire sessions.
  11. The PM9 comes in around $1,300 so you could get it refinished however you like with the money left over.
  12. Henning's are definitely thicker than the thin LOK grips, the LOK grips are almost totally flat and the Henning grip have a slight swell that makes them fill out the palm. I have small hands and the Henning grips are perfect for me. The LOK thin are too thin and the palm swells are a little too much for me, I really like the palm swell on a Shadow 2. With a little pro grip and a solid grip the Henning's wont move around at all.
  13. I lost about 2-3 PF after but I think it's worth it to be able to run any ammo.
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