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  1. MoRivera

    SP01 magwell?

    The gun I have pictured in my post above actually fit in the IDPA 'box', with thumb rest removed of course but even lengthwise and with the magazine....but the overall gun is too heavy (I use it for USPSA and plates/steel). I like those Hennings and may pick some up as well.
  2. MoRivera

    SP01 magwell?

    I got mine from Armory Craft, IIRC.... https://www.armorycraft.com/product-page/cz-75-alluminum-magwell-black But if they're out of stock, can also be gotten here.... https://cesar-shop.com/product/magwell-thin-for-sp-01
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    SP01 magwell?

    I use a CZUB aluminum mag well/funnel on my long-slide..... I use Mec-Gar mags, 10-rounders which are the same as the regular 17-rounders. For baseplates, I use the Shockbottle aluminum ones..... https://benstoegerproshop.com/cz-sp-01-shadow-shadow-2-easy-off-basepads-by-shockbottle/
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    USPSA Production legal? Regular SP01 with Shadow upper?

    The actual Shadow frames have a bit more beveling to the mag well, but not really noticeable unless you look for it and not a huge difference. Shadow also has a slightly extended magazine release button. Yes different serial #'s, but again factory/OEM replacement.
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    PCC red dot. Which one?

    My C-more has a 6MOA which is actually pretty crisp before it starts to bloom when you really crank it, and it works great for PCC. Was even thinking of getting a 12MOA module as well for plates/steel.
  6. MoRivera

    CZ Tuning 101 with Professor Atlas

    Yeah, sometimes it takes spending some time and money to realize that you didn't need to spend so much time and money.
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    MBX PCC

    Yeah basically, there are some of us who have gotten those barrels which seem to shoot just fine. I have a feeling that a complete rifle/PCC from MBX should especially be a good gun.
  8. MoRivera

    PCC red dot. Which one?

    On the other end if considering a 1X Prism, the Primary Arms 1X Cyclops has quite a generous eye relief and 'box', and the field of view as far as how much 'tube' you feel is actually better than a lot of red-dot scopes, as the image takes up the whole rear surface. But....the reticle when illuminated will not get as bright as an LED in a regular red dot, and yeah you still have a quicker acquisition and bigger, more forgiving eye box with a regular red dot. Also, how is your vision, in particular distance? Do you wear any correctives or contacts? I've found that with my correctives for distance, as long as I concentrate on the target itself and just move the dot over it, I don't notice if the dot is super sharp of has some tail to it. Much like if it was a laser....even if it's fuzzy and not a perfect little circle, I know that if it's on it'll hit. Essentially, you may be putting too much emphasis into dot sharpness for the purposes of PCC.
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    MBX PCC

    Not to go down this road again (as it will probably get this thread closed as well), but there are basically three possibilities...... a) One of the parties is being dishonest. b) One of the parties is somehow less competent. c) Both parties are being honest and are adequately competent, so something in the combination of gear has yet to be discovered as the issue. If it's claimed, considered, implied, or even somehow interpreted to be anything other than c) by either or both, it's going to get messy whether it's true or not.
  10. MoRivera

    USPSA Production legal? Regular SP01 with Shadow upper?

    Yes, you need to modify the sear group with something like the CGW spacer or just a factory Pre-B/Shadow sear since there is no plunger on the Shadow slide. But again, that essentially just makes it an OEM/factory replacement Shadow frame, which is allowed. The gun is technically now a Shadow. And essentially it's not disabling a safety since it's the B-model slide with a firing pin block plunger that contains the actual safety mechanism, with the lifter in the sear cage being an actuator (not to mention internal)....and now it has no function with a plunger-less slide (which is a currently available production gun). So if anything, removing the lifter is 'internal reliability work', which I believe is allowed.
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    USPSA Production legal? Regular SP01 with Shadow upper?

    Yes. It is essentially just a Shadow, as there's no marks or anything on a regular Shadow that distinguishes it externally from a regular CZ 75B/SP01 frame, except maybe the extended safeties and mag release. But those can stile switched out for regular factory ones per tules. Even with different printed serial #'s, both halves off the pistol are still factory parts.
  12. Blazer Brass is pretty mild shooting as far as factory 115-gr. Also pretty accurate, maybe because it has a fully jacketed base. Interested in trying out the Aguila 115-gr as it is also listed rather low in velocity. Freedom 124- and 147-gr stuff is even milder, but at least as far as the reloads go, accuracy doesn't seem that good and it can sometimes feel inconsistent.
  13. MoRivera

    CZ Tuning 101 with Professor Atlas

    I even had a Tactical Sport Blue that I ended up selling, opting instead for this because it just fits me better......
  14. MoRivera

    CZ Tuning 101 with Professor Atlas

    Indeed I do. It just fits my hand better and points more naturally (very reminiscent of a Hi-Power), and I like the trigger reach better in both double and single action. I think maybe if I filed and smoothed down the sharp hump on the backstrap of there S2, but didn't want to experiment so irreversibly.
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