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  1. Moto_wrench

    Lok grip texture

    I have the palm swell bogies on my S2. The profile fills my hands great. The texture is "sharp" at first but I got comfortable with it quickly. The material is very easy to work with a file for a more personalized fit if need be. There was one particular point or peak in the texture that was chewing up my strong hand pinkie. 2 passes with a file made them perfect.
  2. Nice! Post a review or atleast drop a note in here once you receive them. Im still on the fence...
  3. Thanks for the info. I have been seeing his shop come up more and more recently as I have been trying to wade through all the info out there on open guns. I'll be sure to look them up. I realize there are always exceptions, good luck, bad luck, etc, I'm just looking for a gun that will run out of the box. After that customer service and warranty are a big part of the decision. Sounds like STI may be lacking there. I thought I had read where they made some changes and brought some people on board to beef up the QC and were putting a little better product out the door lately? I may be confused. I have read a ton recently on open guns. CK sounds like the heavy favorite over STI. I really like the idea of a steel grip gun in that 4K price range too!
  4. No sorry I meant 6K for a more custom pistol, vs a more entry level CK or STI I am not opposed to a CK, just seemed like STI was the better value since it came with mags. Maybe in my mind there is more brand recognition with STI? Has anyone had experience with both STI and CK?
  5. Thanks for the input. I have looked at the CK arms as well, seemed like by the time you "option them up" they were about the same money as STI. I try to abide by the buy once cry once philosophy, but a 6K custom simply isn't realistic for me. What was your disappointment with the 3gun? Fit and finish? Reliability?
  6. Looking to make the move to open, and think I have settled on STI DVC Open. Seems to be a good value for a new open shooter. Has anyone handled the new design grip, or have any comments on RECENT quality and reliability from STI? Considering 9major if that sways your opinion. Link to new model: https://stiguns.com/product-lineup/dvc-o/ Thanks!
  7. Another vote for tek-lok. Best bang for buck, very easy to add, remove, or re arrange components. Not sure if it would work on a battle belt I have mine on a traditional inner/outer belt setup.
  8. I started with a Glock 17. Using CZ Shadow 2 now. I'm not saying it's better because it's metal, or has a better trigger in SA, I'm saying it's better to find a gun that fits you, and you have confidence in. As stated above don't fight your equipment. That being said I just bought a G34 MOS to play in carry optics with ?
  9. Look up some footwork drills for infield baseball players. Specifically the crossover first step. Efficiency in starting movement is critical. Don't take 3 choppy steps to get your body moving when 1 crossover step can cover the same ground YouTube has some good resources. Those skills translate well to the shooting sports. They start from an athletic position, move effeciently in any direction, stop, regain an athletic position, and complete a task. (i.e move to ground ball, field ground ball, throw ball to first base)
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