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  1. Have you looked at the HiperGrip? It fills the hand quite nicely and has the reduced grip angle as well. Link:https://www.hiperfire.com/product/hipergrip/
  2. What would cause this issue? I've only had it happen during dryfire on an empty chamber, but I don't want it to get worse and possibly fail during a match. The carrier release goes up into the trigger guard like normal, but the pump just locks up and I almost have to mortar it to cycle the action. I haven't done any trigger work to it either. Thanks in advance!
  3. I think a 22 conversion kit is a great training tool. I have an old STI conversion and I use it on my single stack gun all the time. Since all the fire control parts are on the frame it wont change, unlike the Glock, where the striker spring/safety detent spring will effect the trigger. Hope it helps. Also like Eric said the Nelson or the Marvel Custom conversions are going to be the best you can get.
  4. Without Armalite's clamp on, I was also looking for an irons solution. For now, I'm borrowing a Spitfire AR 1x prism. If budget isnt really a concern, the Ultradyne Apollo brake/sight combo is pretty interesting, and if you were worried about it folding, you could maybe modify it like Hurley's YHM.
  5. Im going to run a Vortex Spitfire AR in limited this season because I couldnt find a iron sight set up that I liked. Like the others have mentioned, it's better for longer distance over a red dot and it's a little better on the eyes for those of us with an astigmatism. I can shoot with both eyes open just fine with a target focus up close, then switch to a reticle focus for the long stuff. That's just what works for me however, it would be best to get some time behind one and form your own opinions. Even shooting from unconventional positions isnt really that difficult, if you put enough practice in.
  6. I use an Odin Works Zulu with a empty carbine buffer and spring. With the secondary spring in the tube, it's a pretty smooth impulse.
  7. I love mine as well! I did not need to loctite the main tube to the receiver, however I did blue loctite the adjustment screws in the back as a precaution. So far have not had anything slip or go loose on me.
  8. I load my Berrys 147gr inbetween 1.14 and 1.135 for my KKM 34 barrel. All the rounds have passed the case gauge and the plunk/ turn test with flying colors. Hope that helps.
  9. From my personal experience I've only have 100 percent feeding with at least 14 inches hanging out, maybe that would help?
  10. Midwest3Gunner


    However, to answer your question, the main difference between the Gen 1 and Gen 2 is that the Gen 2 has a Keymod handguard, where the Gen 1 is a 1913/add a rail thing. Gen 2 can also change barrels for different calibers. I think maybe the easiest thing to do would be to call Sig with the serial number and ask.
  11. Midwest3Gunner


    This would do better in the pistol caliber carbine subforum.
  12. Thanks. I switch to Rem oil when it gets cold, and was going to order one soon, was a little worried about temps here in the Dakotas.
  13. Have you noticed a difference between light or heavy oil?
  14. For a QD mount, I would go with a LaRue, but ZRODelta is another good choice. They both hold zero well and both are very tough. The LaRue has the rings split vertically, where the ZRODelta's rings are split horizontally.
  15. I might be in the minority, but all of my Magpul mags drop free really fast without any modifications. However, the factory mags require a bit more care, deburring the mag release cut out. I also have to make sure that the pistol is held fairly straight up and down. Very similar to B_RAD's post.
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