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  1. Which one fits all loosey goosey. The TSO or the Checkmate insert
  2. Regardless of the drill, getting comfortable behind the gun and learning to track the tights and call the shots is what’s most important. A couple of targets set up like el prez like Chenalt said will allow you to also get comfortable with transitions. Shoot slow, watch the shots, feel the gun recoil, align it back up, shoot again etc... you’ll be wasting time and ammo if you just go out to the range and start blsting bullets all over the place and don’t realize what’s going on
  3. On top of a case feeder and bullet feeder what are some other “must haves” that will make my reloading experience better. I’ll have a 650 headed my way in a few weeks and just want to be ahead.
  4. Czgunsalot. Did you get the thigh pad for it as well?
  5. I think I just need to pull the trigger and buy one. Ive been getting hung up on the few negative reviews and totally overlooking all the positive stuff people have been talking about
  6. I have a 2017 TSO which would require the TSO block.
  7. I agree with the running. Once the buzzer goes off the pistol is drawn. I feel a lot more comfortable running with a pistol in my hand rather than in my holster. Even the RHT one I’m currently using. Aslo i have looked at the pictures and matched it up but i have read on ads on this forum and others that they bought the correct insert for the trigger guard of their pistol but it still didn’t have a good fit and was all loosie goosie
  8. so many pages in this thread but has anyone installed the large magwell from CGW on their orange. It looks like when I do I will need to get different grips because the ones that come with it will be off the base of the magwell and it would look janky
  9. Are you selling an alpha x? Hahaha
  10. what Maxwell is that?! I need one!
  11. I have seen some other people in different treads say that they got the SP01 block and did a little modification to it to get the TSO to fit snugly. Im guessing that the SP01 has the thinnest trigger guard and with a little bit of sand paper you can open it up to the desired snugness for the TSO.
  12. Im assuming that there SP01 trigger guard block is the tighter then the two block options DAA offers for the TSO on their website. Ive seen mixed reviews and a few different people going down the rout of getting the SP)! block and modifying it. Looking for this holster myself, is this the route I should take first? I feel completely competent modifying the block
  13. So would you get the Sp01 insert right out fo the game and work it to fit. On Double Alphas site I have the TSO with frame #2 (which is the actual TSO block). I am assuming the SP01's block is tighter than that of the TSO or the CM.
  14. Im curious which TSO do you have. i have the trigger guard of gun #2. Also does the alpha x not have any kind of micro adjustment set screw to allow for tightening up like the CR Speed or a Ghost holster?
  15. my progression was I shot a Glock 19 in limited minor for my first 2 matches. Shortly after that I knew I wanted to do this (USPSA) so I bought a Glock 35 already set up with a magwell, trigger, base pads etc. I dumped more money into that by adding a weight and getting a race holster (Ghost the one). Shot that for a year and had my fair share of issues, mostly my fault I sure but knew I wanted to get something "better". Bought a TSO from a friend and immediately shot better...... for one match. Then all the faults I have as a shooter came back out. Despite that I am happy with my selection of a CZ. I like how the gun feels better than the Glock ever did. has a more natural feel.
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