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JayTac556

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  • Birthday 08/27/1986

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    Ansonia, CT
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    Tanfoglio and USPSA
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    James Boulay

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  1. Dumb question is did he leave it in long enough to clean all of it? Could be that the ones that are clean didnt need as much time in the tumbler to clean it. If you are like me and pick up outside range brass that's about 100 years old then I need to tumble it much longer than once fired freshly picked up brass the same day. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  2. Someone telling you that you should load shorter, when what you have loaded is working well, is doing you a disservice. If you are loading plated berrys or FML then 1.15 should work in a CZ or Tanfo....if he is running coated bullets like alot of us then what I have found in my CZs and Tanfos 1.15 OAL stick when doing the plunk/push/spin test. I also had to load short at 1.09 in my Tanfo. It is not a disservice at all....you must test you own loads. He was simply helping the guy out by giving his personal experience. And I know CZs quality control is amazing and barrels are pretty darn close to being the same within each gun so his findings should be the same as what@je85 has found. If it is not I would be surprised if the plunk test he is doing is actually correct. Just IMHO Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  3. You ain't lying....now I dont have to bother you as much since I bought mine [emoji23][emoji23] Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  4. Yes, you sure can modify it how ever you see fit. In the new production rules you can change any mag release to an aftermarket or factory or even make your own. Grind away..... you'll be good to go. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  5. Yeah I havent tried the Hennings, only the LOKs. I fell in love with the LOK grips. Stock 3 had a little molesting to get them to fit flush but my stock 2 fit flush right from the rip with no gaps or rocking corner to corner. I originally had the flat ones and tried my buddies palm swell and ordered them immediately after I let his gun go from my hand lol. I do have a difficult time getting a consistant grip on the draw still with the palm swell grips but with enough dry fore practice I'll be gun as good as I was with the flat ones. I have months of training on the flat LOKs that I have to get used to the palm swell. Once I have a good grip the palm swell one feel more comfortable to shoot with. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  6. Yes like@memphismechanic said it is production legal, thank God because I had a very difficult time reaching the stock mag release without shifting the gun in my grip. (Yes I know most people running the tanfos must shift their grip) but with this mag release I can reach it without breaking grip at all and it's super smooth. These all became production legal as of the new changes from last year that went into effect as of April of 2018 if I am not mistaken. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  7. Good to hear man, welcome to the tanfo world. Love my stock 2 and 3 Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  8. Looks like he replaced the cpul spring to a lighter one. Also went to a one piece sear which is a must. Reduced power trigger return and sear spring. And finally I'm sure he put in a patriot defense optimized firing pin spring. Judging by the parts in your pictures that is. This is what 99 percent of tanfo owners do and seems like what was done to yours also. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  9. I'm glad it's fixed man. Good to hear yall back at it slinging lead Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  10. Agreed bro. I'm switching to a Stock 2 myself from a 3. Thank God the Mags are the same [emoji106] Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  11. Unfortunately its not the other way around where I can shoot your Shadow 2 for a day [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] Damn CZ perfection Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  12. @rowdyb Great write up and great point. I would agree with you 100 percent with Transitions and Movement are the most time savers especially in Production Division (which I shoot). With that being said you should always be working on your lowest hanging fruit no matter what that fruit is and that should always be changing as you progress in skill. My splits were at one point .5 which is absolutely horrible and had to be worked on. Now my weakest point is transitions and movement as my splits are average .2 at 7-10 yard target. You also can only shoot as fast as you see the front sight post which the Doubles Drill will help with that and get the timing of you gun down. At the end of the day everything needs to get better and faster for us to get faster and better in this sport. Even the top guys work on every little thing including splits. I personally dont think working on splits is a bad thing but like you said it's not the most important. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  13. Great point man. I only assume that the screws all walked in Tanfos. I also removed my over travel in my Stock 3 due to the screw walking. I'm not too familar with the limited SAO Tanfos so I was not going to speak too much but I know at the very least clean it and blue loctite. When I get my Limited Custom I'll most likely be removing mine anyways and run it. Good looking out though. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  14. They sure will. My bladetech holster with Ben stoeger boss mount works with stock 1,2, and 3 Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  15. My brother had a 40 M&P slide and put in a 9mm barrel and it works great, for RANGE time only. He has a few hiccups here and there but does run nicely. I gave him a few of my 9mm mags so he wasnt using his 40 which people say you can do (they arent wrong, but they are not right either) It's all about reliability for competition. Good luck
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