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rojo1911

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  1. Armory craft sells the rods in a kit: https://www.armorycraft.com/product-page/tungsten-weight-kit-wilson-combat-p320-grip-modules
  2. Try Primary Machine. They do great work and mill a lot of CZ. http://primarymachine.com/
  3. rojo1911

    Grip modules

    I was actually wondering about that today as I saw this post. There is a company that makes the tungsten rods for the Wilson grip. That would be a sweet setup. It’s really too bad that don’t allow it.
  4. I heard this was the case... Also, my experience with ordering magazines was atrocious. It took them 3 months to get them to me and no one was answering emails or calls.
  5. It may not matter to you, but I shoot a Titan just in case I decide to shoot an IPSC match. I wish that PT would come out with a magwell that would go on the evo and work with IPSC though.
  6. Is the Universal Shooting Academy holster the same as the Everglades holster?
  7. Remember to take your time at the "Make Ready" command and take your time at the "If you are finished, show clear. If clear, hammer (striker) down and holster" command. Don't take all day, but concentrate on what you are doing, where the gun is pointed, etc. You tend to have a lot of adrenaline flowing at these times, and it helps to tell yourself to take it slow. You will have a great time, competitive shooters are some of the nicest people I know. Good luck and stay safe.
  8. I have one Titan I currently shoot and one more on they way. My current Titan shoots factory ammo with problems.
  9. I was ok accuracy wise just standing and shooting a stationary target, but I was horrible shooting while transitioning to multiple targets and moving and shooting. It will all start to click the more you practice and the more local matches you go to.
  10. I would go back. No one can control the weather. Cancellation is a risk you take when signing up and paying for a match far in advance. The best way to mitigate that risk is booking a hotel room with a good cancellation policy and buying a refundable plane ticket. Sometimes even that won't save you if an unforeseeable event happens the day/night before or the day of.
  11. I belong to one range, about 20 minutes away. I belong to one club at a different range, and it is about 45 minutes away.
  12. We have a live fire training session just for USPSA every Tuesday. We have a local match at least every other weekend. I typically dry fire 3-4 days a week for about 20-30 minutes.
  13. I have had 2 Atlas pistols, and like everyone has said here, the customer service is second to none. I just ordered a backup for my current Titan (although the current one has yet to breakdown in the year I've had it. Brazos makes a nice gun, but mine didn't have metal grip and that made a big difference in my opinion.
  14. I started USPSA last year shooting single stack and I love it. I recently got into limited, but I have 2 SS guns and both are .45. I will shoot SS in locals, but I don't go to major match with it.
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