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  1. Unless you want to save a bit of money, I’d just get the slide done as they normally do and try to find some ways to add weight in the frame. Maybe a tungsten guide rod and brass SSI scales. Anyone else have ideas? Wish someone made brass mag extensions for these.
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    AO1 LD Review

    Better be the hotness, just ordered an a01-ld and plan on having it cut for a sro. Ive been wanting one for awhile, but was going to wait for the lighter standard dustcover, optic ready model they showed at shot show this year.
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    P320 X5 Thread

    I’m not sure, I don’t draw lines. Would you be fine with it if I had a machinist buddy make it and I listed it for sale online?
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    P320 X5 Thread

    I think you mean Is that take down lever CO legal? Not as conservative as the go guns thumb rest, but seems just as legal. I found this useful: https://nroi.org/miscellaneous/questions-answers-and-rulings/ "A takedown lever that is designed to provide a thumb rest surface is legal under the existing rules and isn’t much different from stippling on the frame in the same general area, which is also legal."
  5. I’d hold off on the new Zev barrels until more people have them in hand. They decided to add a LCI, not sure if they’ll have the same problem sig x5 legions do, but I’d be hesitant to drop the $300
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    Mixing SEAR springs

    Maybe they changed it, maybe the GG kit brought they weight back down. All I can say is I installed a keres into my otherwise stock Legion (~10k rounds fired “trigger job”) and the pull weight was increased. Promptly sold it after 5 minutes of dry fire
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    Mixing SEAR springs

    I can confirm. Exactly as Keres said, doubled my pull weight, so I went back to stock. Impatiently waiting for the Armory Craft trigger which is supposed to use the same geometry as the legion but with set screws
  8. +1 to Shooters Connection. I’ve been using safariland 773 pouches for my x5. I’ve been tempted to try others, but I’d still recommend them for the money. RHT is a great option for the holster, fits the gun well even with the *thumb rest [generic]*. If you do try Springer grip tape, save the backing. Mine only lasted a couple matches before tearing at the circle cut out, but the backing gave me a great template to cut more.
  9. For those that would like to pick their own stitching color and/or logo, this is who's making the belts. https://www.dbgear.net/collections/db-tactical/products/leather-ratcheting-gun-belt
  10. Could always use it as an excuse to SBR the gun. Current form 1 e file times are under a month and real easy to do. Shoot me a message if you want to go that way and have any questions.
  11. I’ve tried a Keres in my Legion. Dialing out the pre and over travel is neat, but it significantly added pull weight. Also wasn’t a fan on the face of the shoe. Decided to go back to stock An overtravel sleeve isn’t necessary with an adjustable trigger, you take all the overtravel out with the setscrew. Apparently Armory Craft is about to come out with a similar adjustable trigger that uses the Legion’s geometry. Definitely looking forward to that.
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