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    Christopher Workman

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  1. Look up a thread I did called Quest for the Best non magnified optic. It’s a good review on several dots that I was using for PCC. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Yes. The slide rucker and plate is all one piece Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Good question. I treat every match the same. I go and shoot locals with the same mentality as a major match. All my Mental programming etc is the same. Especially for matches where I have to travel a little ways it’s more productive for me if I can double down on divisions. Instead of shooting 6 stages I can shoot 12 in a competitive atmosphere. I call it match endurance. Usually the majors are about 12+ so it helps when you can stat focused and train shooting 12 stages. Staying mentally Focused and making sure you do your mental programming (active visualization etc) is hard to do for 12 stages straight. It also allows me to shoot a stage a little differently just to try something new. Not to sound ungrateful or like I don’t work hard, but Pcc is easier for me. I don’t really train it too often. Since I haven’t even been shooting open for a year yet I mostly focus on training for that. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Yep. That’s why I want it. I’ve used the regular barreled one forever. Even on carbine matches it does awesome even out to 100 yards. But I want something just slightly lighter for shorter range matches. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Doubt you’ll find any codes unless JP is running a sale. I will say tho that after shooting one for years it’s one of the most reliable guns I own. While i see other PCC’s and mcx’s go sown the JP just runs and runs. I have over 50,000 on mine and the only thing I had to replace was the rubber washers on the silent buffer. I plan on buying another one soon and it’ll be the lightweight barrel option. That’s the only thing. I wish I had a slightly lighter version. I also have one of their CTR02 comp rifles and it’s [emoji1476]mint If you search for “what PCC I should buy?” I doubt you’ll find anyone say anything else. Just save yourself the trouble and buy once, cry once. Buy a JP and never look back. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Just shoot both. That’s what I do Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. The alpha x holster has worked great for me. The mag pouches are trash. The the mag pouches after one dry fire session were coming off. I returned em for the regular race master pouches. I just don’t know how they released these for sale. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Me and m buddy had the same issue. We crimped a little harder and it seemed to alleviate the problem. I however switched to something else. That’s a great powder, I just had problems with it running automated at High RPM and not having powder spillage Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I literally cut all of mine [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Was it the spring that came with it? Isn’t he using the same comps for all the KKM barrels? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I’m interested to see what happens here. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. If you take one shot at a time and it’s still PAO poi. Or fast doubles and it’d poi poa then there shouldn’t be any doubt. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. How seriously do you take the sport? For me I take it very seriously. With that being said. What if you have equipment issues and now have to use someone else’s back up gun? That’s different than yours? Not a Massive deal. But I’d rather have a gun set up exactly the same as my primary. Plus if one of my buddies has an issue they can borrow my back up. But if I’m gonna commit time and money to a huge major match I don’t want my performance to suffer from equipment malfunctions. Or the mental effects equipment problems Have one you performance. So same dot. Same trigger. Same every damn thing on my Primary and back up. 100% yes. Goes for any potential classes you might take as well with an instructor. You don’t want to spend money or time to go out there and then waste it because your extractor finally failed or whatever. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Boom. That’s the key right there. Only issue I had with mine was when I didn’t actually use my Fat wrench and torque it to 25inch pounds. So make sure You clean the threads with rubbing alcohol. And then torque em down to 25inch pounds. And you’ll have no issues. Also mbx. I’ve had about 15k on mine cumulatively between my 2 honchos. And they’ve ran flawlessly. No tuning. Nothin. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. What he said. You’ll even have issues on first round hand racked not being close to chrono. Or being outside your normal standard deviation. And because the round isn’t seated in the chamber as if it were actually cycled in there you will have accuracy issues. Concentricity issues. I mean what’s the variable here? Hand racked. I’m not really sure why this would even matter to anyone. Like you’re not going through a stage with a bolt Gun cycling it each time. Also what’s your overall length? You could try stepping it out maybe. If you really wanna geek out you could use dykem die on a bullet. Seat it extra long on an empty case and see where it actually Engages the lands and grooves. And then back your overal length a little from there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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