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About streckjc

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  1. I have the "standard" X5 with the GG competition trigger kit and really like it a lot. The pull is lighter and is down to 4lbs 6oz on average from around 7lbs to start. The reset is shorter (albeit not as short as I'd prefer, like my 226 SAO is). The over travel is pretty much gone. I do wish they'd just sell the kit without the trigger. I may get the Legion X5 and if so I'd keep the trigger (I do like the skeletonized version) but probably utilize the rest of the kit but would hate paying extra for a trigger I won't use. I have the Apex kit in my 320c and a 320f, but prefer the GG kit myself.
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    P320 X5 trigger options?

    Try reaching out to GrayGuns to see if they'll sell their springs separately. Worse that can happen is they say no.
  3. streckjc

    P320 X5 trigger options?

    My X5 pull is down to 4lbs 6oz with this kit and nothing else. No over-travel and quick reset. https://grayguns.com/product/grayguns-p320-competition-trigger-kit/
  4. Yes, I found them before and as stated before they're too long to fit into the 140mm mag gauge to meet USPSA Limited Division specs. I love I can get 23 in them, but I need to still follow the rules in USPSA.
  5. I use Springer Precision base pads on my MecGar 18's. Raises the count to 21. If you use the Grams followers I think you can get to 22. I also have the Apex Tactical extended basepads that say they're for 40 S&W but fit my MecGar 9mm just fine. Ups the capacity to 23 from 18. But it doesn't fit the 140mm USPSA gauge which sucks. For the Sig 226 mags, those Apex basepads work and up the capacity from 15 to 20. Armory Craft also has basepads for the Sig mags. But they're only a plus 2.
  6. streckjc

    P320 X5 trigger options?

    GrayGuns Competition Trigger Kit. Pull is down to 4lbs 6oz average and breaks clean at 90* and no over travel. Great kit.
  7. streckjc

    X-five holsters

    I would have had to cut out a chunk of the holster to fit my extended mag release and get the entire pistol to "lock" into the holster. Just not worth the hassle and potential destruction of the holster. Just a choice we all make.
  8. streckjc

    X-five holsters

    I have an RHT for a full size P320, P226, P320x5, and 1911. Not a single draw issue. My extended mag releases had issues with the Comp-Tac, but none with the RHT. Love them.
  9. Yes, remans are what i use mostly for practice. Although I've heard great things about Fenix that I may use them for local matches as well. I haven't heard anything about Freedom other than their bankruptcy restructuring last year (I think it was last year). I've had nothing but great experience with them. I personally wouldn't hesitate to buy from them, both reman and new.
  10. streckjc

    X-five holsters

    I agree that although the Springer is a top quality hanger, for the longer pistols it can "tilt" a bit. I noticed that even my P226 slants slightly inward at the bottom end of the holster. So it's like my pistol is pointing at my ankle instead of the ground next to me. Hopefully the BOSS fixes that since it has that longer body. The Springer SS works great since the pistol has to be at a different position, so like you mention it worked for you. I love Springers stuff, but I may be going the way of BOSS for my hangers going forward if it works as I expect it to (except SS, which I'll keep my Springer for).
  11. streckjc

    X-five holsters

    I've been using Springer drops up to this point and they work great. I did get a BOSS hanger system to try them out now too with my X5 RHT holster. So we'll see how I like them. They seem to be more stable than the Springer's (which are fine drop hangers). But yes, the double layer holster has proven faster than race holsters for several people I know who used to use those type of holsters and are now using RHT. Plus I like being able to customize to my personality.
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    X-five holsters

    Agreed on both counts. I started with a Comp-Tac for my full size P320 in production, mainly because I didn't know about other holster makers like RHT. But the Comp-Tac couldn't handle my extended mag release for my P226 so I had to find an alternative, which is when I found RHT. Won't go back to anyone now that I have experience with the product and the people.
  13. Absolutely. Use what you have for sure, especially if that mag release style and feel is something you're used to.
  14. streckjc

    Sig X-ray-1 Sights

    Very true. Sometimes in a match I won't even see the sights at all for close up shots. All shot by feel or target focus.
  15. I'll grab a better picture of what it looks like now and post it so you can see it. But As Dingo said, it's black all the way through and has no issues being sanded down. Here's what it looks like from a picture I already had when I got it home. You can compare it to the initial image I posted at the beginning of the thread.
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