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Sig0431

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  1. Went out today to chrono some 180 gr black bullets. I had three sets loaded at 4.6, 4.4 and 4.2 with N320. Shot 10 rounds each and my PF was in the 260's - 270's for all strings. I find this hard to believe and wonder if my chrono has started to die.
  2. Cant do kydex because the thumb rest is where the mount for the belt would be and would push the pistol more than the allowed 2 inches from the belt. Flashlights are not authorized and while it may not be an actual flashlight it would only cause problems at matches when people see it. I have been making changes and using my 3D printer with the current holster to ensure that the trigger area is covered. It is not perfect yet.
  3. Do you happen to own a P320? I am wondering if the P320 can fit in the ghost holster. Since it all comes down to trigger guard size, from the holsters I have been playing with, they are not hard to modify to accept different weapons for the most part. If not, we can talk off line to see if I can mail you one of my lowers and you let me know what you see as to fitting in the ghost holster.
  4. thanks for taking the time to respond. I am surprised that your glock will not fit with the DAA holster. When I was talking with DAA they said "Shane Coley is using our Alpha X holster in conjunction with the SJC frame weight, from the pictures I have seen it appears that he has made no modification to the holster. I have reached out to him via Facebook messenger but I am yet to hear back from him." I also sent him a message on FB, it shows he read it but never responded. Sadly Ghost does not make a holster for the P320 and I dont really have the funds to order one just to see if
  5. I own the X5 grip as well as the P320 grip with the SP magwell. There are pro and con's to both as well last I talked to SP they have no plans to make magwells for the X5 grip. X5 grip Ergo is a lot better than the P320 grip Magwell has smaller opening than the SP No bass magwell option for added weight Can remove the magwell to shoot in other divisions P320 grip with SP magwell Larger opening More than 1 magwell available Not a simple bolt on part For my hands the magwell rides so high on the grip that my pinkey and part of my pa
  6. Just curious what 3D printers are you using?
  7. Recently I received an SJC Frame weight with thumb rest for the P320. My goal is to post a full review here of this product showing any recoil reduction, pro's, con's etc. The aspect that I am working on now is a holster. Since I am using a thumb rest I have to go towards a race holster. As well the frame weight rests below the rail section so when looking into a race holster, I have to find one where it is possible to remove material below the trigger guard. Just so you get a visual of what I have to do, here is an example of a member where who modified a DAA Racer to fit the frame weight for
  8. Your good brother, this is how we all learn and develop, positive communication. Like I said I am only passing info that has been provided to me and no matter what they say I still wont run my pistol like this until I have it completely covered.
  9. I agree fully which is why I was surprised when talking to a few range masters that they were good with it. One explained his reasoning to me and it made sense. He stated (this is not quoted, just from memory of the conversation and researching what he said in the rule book) that the rules for the holster as it pertains to covering the trigger are for when you are going to "commence a course of fire". There are two types of "commencement", one is the "commence a course of fire" which is when you are about to make ready and the other is "commencement of a match" which is when you re
  10. Sorry, it is a habit still being in the military (Range Safety Officer), I mean Range Master. As for the rules. Unless you know of another location where it is covered it states" 5.2.7 Competitors must not be permitted to commence a course of fire wearing 5.2.7.4 A holster which does not completely prevent access to, or activation of, the trigger while holstered yes that does seem pretty clear, I was under the impression that the trigger has to be "completely" covered. This is why I have been working to find a holster that will cover the entire trigger are
  11. Thanks for the information about the holster. I will continue to look into it. I am really not a fan of how it mounts to the belt but I am sure I can come up with other means to do that.
  12. You are correct. I checked with my local RSO and they were good with it. The rules don't state (that I have found) that the trigger has to be covered enough to prevent your finger from pulling the trigger but the RSO said it is more common sense when making that determination. I am still looking at other holsters just to see what it is out there that I can work with.
  13. I am not held back by any restriction, I just have not had time to really test this. They have been available for a few months now just not many people running them or know about them.
  14. I don't have a lot of info that I feel comfortable passing to the community as I am still working with it. It is made by SJC. They make these for glocks as well. I am still testing the benefits and do not have any solid results that I have compiled. The other aspect that I am working is a holster. You can get a custom kydex holster made for it if you remove the thumb rest but with the thumb rest you have to use a speed holster. The only company that makes a speed holster for the P320 is DAA. After speaking with them their holster will not work with the frame weight even with modifications. I h
  15. Sig0431

    P320 v-tac

    Don't see why not. Contact Robert Burke at http://www.thesigarmorer.com/ and ask him. He has milled many P320 slides for adjustable rear sights and should be able to let you know if there are any issues.
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