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Jamese35

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    James erickson

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  1. Going off of how many people shoot nationals isn't a great comparison. How many people shoot cz, tanfo, sphinx, and others at the world shoots? 2011 are widely in US because the evolution of the 1911. Over seas though cz and cz clones are more prevalent.
  2. I've had tanfo, cz, and 2011 open guns and as of now I'm on the 2011s just due to the after market. There is so much more out there for the 2011 than cz and tanfo. As for comparison, they all preform very well with minor and major loads. At this point I have had them all tunes to be pretty close to each other and it came down to how many parts I could get for each platform and the 2011 wins puth in that department.
  3. They were talking about lowering the price. If they have or haven't, I'm not sure.
  4. DGbullets no longer supports the discount codes. As with doing away with the codes they have lowered their overall price for the product. I am a DG sponsored shooter and we are sorry for the confusion.
  5. I run the stock barrel and it has around 60,000 down it, works fine. I'm on a 124g DGbullet with 4.0 grains of clean shot. 11pound ismi recoil spring on a Jager products gen4 guide rod and a 4.5 pound striker spring. Johnny Glock trigger in all my Glocks.
  6. CClaseForLife is correct. Shoot the p10c for a while and get into the sport first. Than you'll have a better idea for what's going on. As for future gun purchase for production, you can go from stock Glock all the way up to custom built cz and so on.
  7. I use DG bullets. My Glocks all run them very nicely. I'm useing 125 grain for 9mm.
  8. you would havw to call hime and talk to him about it. This was a full build in trigger that i sent him my gun to do. With that being said, he is so busy he rarely takes them on. but you can get close with his comp trigger and the new flat trigger shoe. In fact my johnny trigger in my production G34 pulls at 2 pounds with a 4.5 pound striker spring and thats just a drop in trigger with the stock Glock trigger shoe. Tell him Jimmy Erickson sent you, he is always willing to work to give his custamers what they want.
  9. That was 2 weeks ago. It's the only Glock trigger I've had that light that was 100 percent reliable. And I've tried a lot of them. I all so have a couple DC guns and even with the DC guns I use Johnny Glock triggers.
  10. Am I missing something here? Because I thought that SPS magwell was all one piece of polymer and intergraded with the grip.
  11. Johnny Glock just built my race trigger. It's average was 1 pound 3.7 oz out of ten pulls. It's also very short, crisp, and fast on the reset.
  12. I'm with floater, give Johnny Glock a call. If there is any formula for Glock triggers, he has it.
  13. Johnny Glock is the best you can get in a Glock. In my opinion.
  14. Funny because I shoot 9.8 grains of major pistol on a 125 grain DG bullet ( coated) and I get no leading at all. All I do is slap some cleaner in the comp at the same time I clean the gun, swap it with a Q-tip and call it a day. Welcome to open. It's very addicting.
  15. I have no clue why. But I can tell you, I shoot a lot of these through my open gun and never have a issue. I also haven't had anything suggesting the lead is soft. I don't know lol, all I can say is, I've shot 30,000 rounds in the last year and a half (plus whatever my father shot) and I can say they have been great.
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