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  1. I use blue and have never had them come loose.
  2. I have always used both spring.
  3. Grams springs and followers is all that I use , have been using them for a long time with trouble so no need to change. Just change the springs on a regular basis and you should be good.
  4. Sti gen 1 mags have 2 ribs running down the sides and gen 2 have 1 wide rib running down the sides
  5. Cheely has some nice triggers.
  6. Load up a mag and insert into the gun, press down on a hard service to seat the mag a little more and then rack the gun while still pressing down . If it loads then you should get the EGW mag release, it has a higher shelf. I had the same problem and the EGW solved it.
  7. Extractor tension seems light to me. 1.125 is 18 oz I set mine at 28 to 30 oz. weigend recommends setting to 25 to 28 oz
  8. sauza45

    Thumb Rest

    I have tried 1 at 60* 30* and 25* I had the 30 and 25 custom made still did not like them.
  9. sauza45

    Thumb Rest

    I didn't vote but I have tried the thumb rest and it was not for me. It looks like a lot of people like them, just not for me. My grip I have my thumbs straight forward and the thumb rest didn't work, I keep driving the gun because I was trying to get my thumb pointed forward. I have tried 3 different angles for the rests. So I am would have to vote no now.
  10. Use the 11 coil for 140 mags and use the 13 coil for 170 mags. This is all I have used and they have been great no trouble
  11. sauza45

    Thumb Rest

    How many use a thumb rest
  12. I have the e2 and it has plenty of grip, don't think I want any more than that. As for mag button I have been using the Ed Brown. clears the grip and sticks out just far enough so you cane reach it but not to much as to drop the mag unintentionally.
  13. Having loaded on both 650 and 1050 the 1050 is so much better to load on. Yes the caliber conversion is a lot more but in the end you will happier with the 1050 for the amount of ammo you are loading. Your arm will thank you.
  14. 12 pound wolff variable works for me. I change them about every 4,000 to 5,000 rounds
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