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    Jonathan McLeod

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  1. Ok. I can do that. As long as it still has a functioning trigger safety, it’s ok to modify that. I just didn’t want to screw myself at a level 2 if they did an equipment check.
  2. So..... I have a 1.0 M&P with the polymer curved FSS trigger. Love it Now, I have a 2.0 M&P with the flat FSS and hate it. The safety dingus sticks out 3 times as far. You really have to press perfectly straight back and towards the bottom of the trigger. Doesnt that defeat feat the whole purpose of a flat faced trigger? I wish they they would come out with a polymer curved trigger for 2.0. Sorry for the rant.
  3. good deal. I've been buying M&P's locally that have extra mags...turning around and selling the guns with 1 mag for the same price!
  4. Yeah I have decided against getting it milled for a specific sight. I have a Core with a venom mounted and I ordered a dovetail mount for my 2.0. I don’t want to be married to a certain red dot. I’ll wait til they release a 2.0 Core model.
  5. Had a guy at a match yesterday with a brand new DPP. Dot kept shutting off mid stage. I’m gonna stick with my $200 vortex that seems to always work until something more reliable hits the market.
  6. I run 4.1gr with a 125gr Coated and 4.4gr with 124 plated
  7. I just ordered a FSS kit for my 2.0. I did some polishing to the factory plunger and that made a big difference. I just always preferred the FSS in my 1.0. Figured I would try it on this one
  8. Sorry if this has already been brought up. I scrolled through 5 pages. I am currently shooting a M&P 1.0 CORE 4.25” in carry optics. I really enjoy my 2.0 better. It’s more accurate. Getting it milled is cheaper than a apex barrel for the 1.0. Primary machine seems to be the place to go?? I wish S&W would release a 2.0 CORE!!!!
  9. Hey guys. I am a B classed shooter in SS. I recently shot a 77, 85, and now a 96% classifier. The 96% has been labeled “A” and isn’t going to count. That’s cheeky to me. I filled out the appeal form but haven’t heard anything back from them in 5 days now. Does that even work? Or am I wasting my time.
  10. I emailed S&W last week about a 5” 2.0 in Black (core and non core) and they said there were no current plans to release one and to check their website for new releases.
  11. Triflow Teflon lube. Left over from my cycling days.
  12. I have one. I think I would spend a little more and get a stainless/titanium suppressor. The Aluminum is a pain to clean. You cant really clean it good without destroying the anodizing on the baffles. It's is very lightweight though. fun as heck on a pistol.
  13. My springfield stainless loaded 9mm has been 100% reliable. It feeds any bullet profile I have shot through it. Smooth as silk now too. 17lb mainspring, 10lb recoil spring. I picked it up fully kitted out with Techwell IPSC magwell, Techwell grips, Dawson sights, EGW drop in trigger and Aftec Extractor for $800. Came with 5 Wilson Magazines too. I have a PM9 as well and its been 100% reliable as well. It has a really tight chamber though and I have to hand plunk my ammo in it. Stuff that passes a Hundo gauge will not always plunk test. I only use it as my back up gun.....luckily my springfield keeps on ticking.
  14. Alright, update. Went better than I thought. I came in 20th out of 75ish overall. 4th out of 8 in CO. Managed to shoot a 84.96% on 18-08. Went way too slow. Just didn’t trust the dot. Should have been about 12-15 seconds faster. Loads of fun. After Battle in the Bluegrass, I’ll probably switch to CO for a while.
  15. no. I have been shooting single stack. I'm gonna take it to an indoor range today and put a couple hundred through it and then dryfire tonight and early in the morning.
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