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Adamj

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    Adam Johnson

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  1. I just bought a GMR-15 and missed the new charging handle by just a few months. I was very excited to see they came out with one for competition shooters. However, when I went to place an order I couldn't get past the price. I hate I didn't know this was coming down the pipe when I had them build mine.
  2. This is exactly why I'm shopping triggers too. I'm spoiled with my Timney Calin Elite in my 3 gun rifle. The reset on the JP drop-in in my GMR is too weak for me. I'd love to know what you land on.
  3. Before I sold my Atlas Titan for a Chaos I used one from Weber Tactical and loved it. The hood release was intuitive and almost as fast after dry fire. If I didn't have an open gun I'd still be using that holster.
  4. I chopped down my DAA belt and installed the carbon arms ratchet system. It's the only way I'll secure my belts from now on. I carry a boat anchor of an open gun, three 170mm mags, 45 round rifle ma, and multiple shotgun mags. I haven't had a single issue.
  5. Weber Tactical has many different mounting options including ELS. You definitely won't be disappointed in Adam's products.
  6. I have the exact same experience as you. The rounds that only slightly miss the gauge get relegated to practice and always seem to work. I am still too picky to use them in the match though.
  7. The DAA Alpha X does have a lock which was disengaged by the sling. If you go with a slide ride dot then you can use a hooded holster which seems to be the way to go.
  8. NERD makes the "URN" holster which is built around and for STI open pistols. I know a guy on YouTube modified one to work for an Atlas Chaos though. Their Coffin holster seems pretty great, but it just seems like you pay a little too much for the cool factor with their stuff. I didn't want to pay that much and then have to cut, heat, and mold it to fit my Chaos.
  9. The best answer in getting a kydex holster for an open gun seems to be finding someone local or sending the gun off to someone willing to do custom work.
  10. Anytime. I paid $120. If you already had a hanger you'd save some money. Also, if you wanted one I could get him to make another from my gun.
  11. I did too. It makes it easy to torque down on it or loosen.
  12. As an update I just had a guy local to me, FS Tactical, build a kydex holster for my Chaos. Haven't used it in a match, but I've done everything I would and it hasn't budged. Very happy with the results.
  13. As an update I just had a guy local to me, FS Tactical, build a kydex holster for my Chaos. Haven't used it in a match, but I've done everything I would and it hasn't budged. Very happy with the results.
  14. Here's one I just had a local guy, FS Tactical, make for my Chaos. It can be adjusted extremely tight. I'm not at all worried about retention.
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