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Gviz

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  1. Gviz

    GoGun P320 Thumb Rest Takedown Lever

    Sent an email to Troy McManus he said any type of thumbrest is not production and carry optics legal. No matter what you call it. Slide stop or in this case take down lever. I have an xfive with a thumbrest and a tanfo stock 2 with the same part. Both are not legal so I’m taking it off.
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    New Carry Optics Rules

    You are correct sir
  3. Gviz

    New Carry Optics Rules

    FYI I send Troy McManus an email asking about the legality of the parts for the takedown lever for sig xfive and the slide stop for the tanfoglio. He said that they are not legal. “Anything that is a thumbrest for production and carry optics are not legal” I guess that’s that.
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    New Carry Optics Rules

    Sir are you familiar with a tanfoglio? This is not a part of the grip of the pistol. It is a slide stop and it located above the trigger. I think you you are talking about the gogun grips that extend forward to create a thumbrest.
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    GoGun P320 Thumb Rest Takedown Lever

    Uspsa updated 2019 for carry optics. I talked to an RO and he said it’s sounds like we can use the aftermarket slide stop “thumbrest” but to be sure have to shoot an email to the director of our NROI.
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    New Carry Optics Rules

    So is this part really CO legal now? I’m really hoping it is lol
  7. Gviz

    GoGun P320 Thumb Rest Takedown Lever

    With the new ruling is it carry optics legal now?
  8. Gviz

    holosun 510C is huge

    My bad eyes + big window + bright dot = longevity its a win win for me
  9. Hi jack, found out that I need to ream my barrel to accommodate the blue bullets and for now I’m not eager to do that at the moment. With blue bullets 125 RN I found that I need to be 1.145 oal to pass the plunk test on my full size bedell open. So I’m just going to order some more mg 124gr RN cmj to test wac vs 3n38 and see if it is worth the switch for me. i can see the logic for having the coated for minor and jacketed for major makes sense to me too... was hoping to make the coated bullets work just because of the price... well, at least this keeps me back in line and not straying away from my main objectives lol yes I do plan to chrono when I get a chance to shoot the reloads.
  10. Will do, thanks for the tips very much appreciated
  11. My original plan was to use MG 124gr with 3n38 vs wac then I saw a fellow open shooter and he showed me he was using blue bullets 147 RN 3n38 7.9gr oal 1.220 i had some 147 and 124 and figured I’d load them up and test them out as well lol thinking also about a case of blue bullets and mg with a price difference of $120ish sounds tempting too if it works... and its a plus too if I can make the blue bullets work in my open since I use them for carry optics thanks for warning me about the 147gr powder charge I’ll just pull them all off
  12. Hi atlas, would you know what starting load I can use for MG 124gr RN cmj, OAL 1.165 using vv 3n38? Thanks in advance
  13. Worked up a batch of blue bullets 125 RN with 3n38, mixed brass, win spp, 8.0, 8.2, 8.4 with OAL 1.170 147 RN with 3n38, mixed brass, win spp, 7.6, 7.8, 8.0 with OAL 1.220 both fail the barrel test They stick in there and don’t come out for the 125gr and for the 147gr it’s too long and it won’t go fully inside the chamber... on the 125gr I went as low as OAL 1.150 and still it gets stuck in there and won’t spin and fall out I had to pull it out. Now, what to do?? i can load PD 124gr hp at OAL 1.165 & 1.175 using wac MG 124gr RN cmj OAL 1.165 & 1.175 using wac Should I just stick with MG 124gr RN CMJs???
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    Stock II 147gr N320?

    Just zeroed my stock 2 this weekend at 25 yards using blue bullets 147gr RN, N320 3.4gr, mixed brass, win spp, chrono average of 136pf at 45deg weather running a bit hot might might drop the charge to 3.3gr of n320
  15. Ok I’m sold on low cost, not temp sensitive. I live in Las Vegas and we have crazy weather form shooting 40deg to 115deg so building my selection of powders that are not temp sensitive is going to be at the top of my priorities. Thanks for the info (i see some post that Las Vegas temp ranging at 20-120 but I don’t shoot with those extreme conditions lol so 40-115 it is for me. )
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