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  1. Clean shot is great powder, very similar to titegroup I. Every way but it's much cleaner. I use 3.2 grains qith a 145 grain dgbullet in my 9mm g34 and I make a 140 power factor. I also us major pistol in my 9mm major rounds in a glock 34 open gu. that I just built. I'm using 9.6 grains to make a 175 power factor with a 124 grain dgbullet. Major pistol is almost identical to aa7 in every way but once again major is much cleaner.
  2. My dad loads it his cz tso 40. He loves it. It's very similar to titegroup and the load data is similar as well. Shoots very clean too.
  3. I always shot production with a Johnny glock trigger at 2 pounds and I've never ben sent home for it. Now it's been awhile from the last time I shot production but I dont think there is a trigger weight limit in production.
  4. I always use a lytton custom holsters with a modified boss hangerhanger. Super ridged with alot of adjustment in it. In fact I use the same setup on my open gun holster, limited, production, and revolver holster setups, all by lytton. The only complaint I have with my boss hangers is, the part that extends down sits on my hip and without padding my hip bone gets very sore. Lytton also has a life time warranty on all his holsters.
  5. I'm in the same boat, as I'm starting in open soon. My question is what's the advantage of having a 3 port comp with a few pople holes versus having a comp with more ports?
  6. I have the same issue. I have decided to live with it as I dont shoot any sport that requires the slide to lock back.
  7. Steve Anderson has some books out that may help you out. Steve Anderson shooting
  8. If I were in your shoes I would take the g22 put a frame weight, big ass magwell, good sights, and a Johnny glock trigger. Slap some springer precision mag extensions on and you'll have a pretty good limited gun. DCPRECISIONLLC makes the heaviest frame weight I have seen at 10 oz.
  9. Save your self alot of time and get a Johnny glock custom trigger. Its money well spent. #teamjohnnyglocks
  10. Will Wingfield at fire4efects is doing milling for the shadow2. Je does excellent work.
  11. Do you have a compensator on your gun? If so you might not be shooting a hot enough round. I shoot 124 grain dg bullets with 7.6 grains of cfe puts me at a 176 power factor. 11 pound recoil spring and a 4 pound striker spring.
  12. I ordered one to try as well. It may take the spring to break in a bit before you get that extra round in it. I down load my mags by one anyways
  13. I shot 160s all last year at 3.0 grains of titegroup and it put me at a 137 power factor out of my g34. They shot well but always seemed low for my point of aim. I now shoot145s.
  14. I have shot 3.2 grains of titegroup on a 135 grain dgbullet, which is a coated bullet. In my glock 34 this made 135 power factor. I was running mixed brass with cci primers and OAL of 1.140. I now shoot 3.0 grains of titegroup on a 145 grain dgbullet for a 135 power factor and every thing else is the same. I'm also running my bullets at .356 size. I have a buddy running 115 grain dgbullets in his major open gun and they work great, I'm not sure of his load. He shoots out of a custom built cz sp01. We have played with my loads in a PCC and they seem to shoot really well. They also shoot great out of my 929 revolver but the PF drops to a 128.
  15. Open is a blast even tho I've only shot it three times or so. As for the bullets my teammate is running a cz sp01 that he built to open and he is shooting major 9 with 115 grain DG bullets with out and buildup issues. His gun runs fast, flat, and clean. This is just the example that I have messed with and it may very with what others have noticed. I shoot limited minor and soon to be limited major but plan to take open up in the future.
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