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ToneEasy

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    Anthony Zabonik

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  1. I wish more people would list their gun's stats when comparing load data... 14.5" Shooting Innovations barrel + Shooting Innovations bolt + Blitzkrieg 5015HD + Strike Industries flatwire 308 spring + NFA buffer spacer + Aero enhanced carbine tube 147gr Everglades Plated 3.0gr N320 1.1250" OAL Chrono'd at about 940fps, 2.8gr N320 was running around 880fps but there wasn't a noticeable difference to me, so I decided to go with the spicier recipe. That being said I'm going with Shooter's World Cleanshot once this last lb of N320 runs out.
  2. I really like the Tru-Spec 24-7 Xpedition series, huge fan of the cut and the venting+mobility is top notch. Their shorts are good stuff too.
  3. I really like my TriggerTech Diamond, as others have said ~2.5lbs feels like the sweet spot. I like the fact that it's technically a 2-stage trigger with an extremely light first stage, as it seems to act as a damping mechanism when I'm hammering the trigger. That being said I'm very interested in the reviews for the new drop-in Hiperfire trigger as well. Triggers are such a personal preference thing that unless you're willing to buy/resell every trigger on the market, or have a friend that has a bunch of triggers to try, you'll probably always have an itch to try a different make/model when new stuff comes out. If you're just getting started I would just get something in the mid-tier price bracket and see how you feel about it, that trigger can end up on a back-gun once you figure out what you like/dislike about your current setup.
  4. I've ran both the TTI and TF +10 extensions, really no difference aside from the TTI extensions being a bit more aesthetically pleasing (personal preference). I would just go with whatever you get a better price on. The only extension I've had issues with is the MBX Mega Extension on the OEM Glock 31rd mags, and I've seen a bunch of those fail before, it seems like they cause too much flex at the mounting point, but I'm sure their new steel mages have considerably less flex so that issue is probably addressed now.
  5. TriggerTech's Diamond and Competitive lines of triggers are both great options and have served me well.
  6. Playing around with running a Unity Tactical FAST riser on mine, which is a 5/8" riser, so far I'm loving it.
  7. Haven't had any issues with this one. $12 from amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00U8WNHIM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  8. From my experience, a heavy rifle will experience less dot bounce when using a heavy recoil system, such as the JP SCS with all tungsten weights. So the tradeoff is weight for less hassle with loads and recoil systems to get that super minimal dot movement. A lighter gun will feel faster in transitions and allow you to one-hand the gun much easier, the tradeoff being you need to tune your loads and recoil system in a way that doesn't add enough reciprocating weight for the dot to bounce. You said it best though, it's mostly personal preference. At the top level, Max's gun is probably much lighter than Froelich's, but it doesn't seem to be holding either of them back.
  9. Running a TT Competition (non-adjustable, 3.5lb pull) trigger in my PCC. Absolutely love it, glad to hear others are enjoying their TTs as well.
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