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  1. Yep. you could certainly do that. Like sarge i think said it wont feel exactly the same. But it would be a bit cheaper for you to shoot 9 minor as opposed to major. And you could use that to shoot steel challenge and what not. Ive shot a ton of 9major and switched to 38 sc pretty much now. if you have any other questions let me know! If you were in the benning area id let you shoot mine for a match and see how you like it!
  2. Naw man. I need a honcho [emoji38] I love my new gun. I need a newer gun. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Well you could shoot open with a slide ride optic but I wouldn’t. I’d get the frame tapped so you can mount a frame mounted dot eventually and then shoot open. You could just run a slide mounted optic as well or not. But I’d get as much done to it as I could without having to send it back later. Especially if you cut it or still and tap, you’d have to get it recoated Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Race shop allows you a la carte options. So you can buy the limited gun with just one barrel. Go with just the single port comp. get the frame threaded and then run open later. Or just build an open gun with one 9 major or one 38 sc barrel. Allows you a lot of options without breaking the bank and buying the 2 limited barrels and 2 open barrels Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I felt the same way. I had shot a lot of 3 gun and a lot of USPSA in limited division and PCC. And I wanted to be competing in the most competitive division. The fastest, no limits on much. But as far as open I think it would have given me a lot of skills that would have helped me in limited. But there is value in cross training for sure. Zack can you pm me and let me know where you’re located in the nc area? I’ll see if we can find someone you can link up with to get your hands on one. Most the guys on the team are in the Atlanta fort benning area. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I only have the 3port open in 9maj and 38sc. But, I was thinking about running the single port comp and minor Ammo through it without changing anything else, for steel challenge and things like that. Or just run winchester white box through my open gun. Cause it actually runs it [emoji23] hardly even recoils at all. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I’ll admit I’ve only shot it in 9mm with the sight block for 3gun. The limited minor set up is badass. Shoots awesome. But I shoot mostly open. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Hey zack, where are you located? I’m a PT team shooter. We can get ya set up to test one. If you’re in this area hit me up. You can always run one of mine during a match. I don’t really shoot too much 3gun anymore. And have both mine set up for open for USPSA. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. That would have to be a 24Moa dot lol If we are saying the standard from shoulder to shoulder is 12.” What’s the biggest dot they Make? A 12 maybe on the cmore? I don’t even know. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. What options did you go with? Any wild color scheme? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I’ve got an evo. To answer your question first, are you going automated or manual? Are you adding a primer collator? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Agreed. I ain’t gonna kiss Tiffany’s ass just cause I’m on the team haha! Plus I paid full price for both mine. But the gun kicks ass. I haven’t touched an open gun that didn’t need tuning. And tuning that works for you might not work for me. Springs. Loads. All that. s#!t one open gun I had, comp came lose. Extractor Broke. Mag catch broke. All under 4200 rounds. And that was from a refutable builder. Once you get her squared away you’ll fee Bad about talking about your girl like that. Shhh she can hear you. [emoji38] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Oh. I was trying to remember what other problem I had. So this is kinda embarrassing. But s#!t happens. Somehow I broke a screw head off trying to tighten my optic mount down. And it broke off damn near flush with the frame. So I couldn’t get it out. Sent it back. They drilled it out no issues. And all the threads were good to go. But they got it back to me pretty fast. But I suppose stupid stuff I do is why I have a back up gun haha Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. For me and my Shooting style I figured out it was sprung too heavy. Occasionally it would stove pipe or not fully engage the ejector. After trouble shooting with brian on the phone and ruling out everything with the gun (Mount screws protruding in spring tunnel, issues with engaging the ambi safety, things like that) I tried changing the springs out. I would not suggest doing that until you’ve shot the gun. What might work for you might not work for me and vice versa. I switched it to a 7pound ismi with 2 coils cut off and one pound lighter main spring. Can’t remember what it is. I think it
  15. Ive heard the question come up a lot. What size MOA dot should i go with? Its shooter preference. With that being said, for action shooting, generally bigger is better in my opinion. 6 MOA dot is covering 6 inches at 100 so 1.25 inches at 25. Which for action pistol, isnt that significant. I know a lot of guys even running 8 MOA dots or bigger. With a smaller dot, you pick up every minute movement in the gun. For a 2.5 or 3MOA i felt that i could not accept wobble on the smaller dot. It helped to increase the dot size. And i didnt notice it as much. I also felt that it was easier to pick the
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