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tdp88

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About tdp88

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  • Birthday 03/08/1988

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    Taylor Phillips

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  1. A guy just won limited at the OK sectional shooting a 9 round 45. He’s now my hero. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/proxy/X7b95LG8kAY7bZx3P7_Pu0jVZN1y52wH8cVXTyilw8hCrHiw7muYvvTbmY1xTCNwt4xFlDpdXuUdTS-ma5gLYmpZFtRwE0FmFa_G22D8o9Ul0e9ufMxSMc987rfghlABg8vmOfQEgecGo-O3ucQQZYJY-2tK Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Like I said, you’re a really good shooter. The average B class guy doesn’t usually win limited shooting minor. You using factory 19 mags? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. That’s pretty rare though. I would assume that you’re either really good or that club doesn’t have much heat. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. For value you would be much better off with the regular Stock II or a Shadow 2. The Extreme still needs work and is way more expensive. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. tdp88

    Light strikes

    I'd try some different ammo. The stock gun should basically shoot everything.
  7. I have a 17 with the XR sights. The Dawson fiber sights with green fiber are a lot better in low light and if it’s actually dark enough to use a light there isn’t a difference between them. I’d ditch the night sights but I rarely shoot the 17. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Don't chase upgrades, I have a Taran connector and a jager guiderod with a 13lb recoil spring. The lighter trigger really doesn't help the actual shooting much but I don't feel like changing it back to stock. The only reason for the guiderod is I like the feel of the recoil impulse a little more, I don't think it adds much to the actual performance. The only people beating me are the people who are better at shooting. I shot the OK Section this weekend and I bet I would have had the same score if I'd added 10oz and slapped in a Johnny Glock trigger.
  9. It will probably make it shoot a little flatter but a good comp will probably cost about half the value of the carbine.
  10. 1.1 will be fine, especially with the bullet you're using.
  11. For CO I bring 6 23 round mags and 4 or 5 factory mags just in case. As far as how many on hand, I have about 50 factory Glock mags new in box. I think I'd like to have at least 20 on hand for a competition or range gun and 5+ for a carry gun that I wont shoot much.
  12. tdp88

    Gen 5 optic plates

    What screws and dot are you using?
  13. I'd go TTI GM kit, it is as good or better than all the $150 range triggers I've messed with. If you don't care about the cost, I hear Johnny Glock is the best around but it's a little too steep for me.
  14. I hear revolver is really taking off.
  15. I used Winchester primers and only had 2 light strikes in practice ammo, but the primers were extremely high. Im not sure how many rounds I shot between them, but I know it was over 10,000. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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