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  1. 28 minutes ago, George16 said:

    I’d go with the 11# spring. That’s what I currently have in my Shadow 2 and it shoots flat. My load is 124 Gr PD JHP at about 130-132 PF.

    Thanks are you c/o ? Or will that make a difference ?

  2. I have a cz shadow 2 with dpp cajunized with their slide cut with lightening cuts . Do I need to Change spring weight ? What are you guys running ? I have a 11 and 12 lbs spring  shooting reloads minor pf 

  3. 24 minutes ago, eerw said:

    Uh.. carry optics requires Hammer guns to be decocked at the start. Are you going to cock the hammer?




    sa. Install sa trigger. Should be no effect on your Cajun gear. 




    Well scratch that then lol . I’m new to carry optics I assumed you didn’t have to decock on c/o only in production. Guess that’s why you don’t see any s/a in cz shadow 2 c/o. 

  4. Question. So I have a cz shadow 2 and I’m shooting carry optics . It has a full Cajun pro package trigger job with race hammer . If I put in a armory craft flat face trigger is that going to be a issue where it has the Cajun trigger job with race hammer/ adjustable sear? I’ve been told I take the disconnect out then some say leave it in ? Trying to find out who has done this ? Wa wondering about the adjustable sear that’s in it if that makes a issue ? I really like a flat face trigger and since I’m shooting carry optics I don’t have to have the da

  5. 2 minutes ago, Rnlinebacker said:

    bought them discounted at area 7 this year. they are great and allow left(support) hand to get up high as possible. buy them 1650bd2f68a10a9b0d01e13fdc94517c.jpgcd2575fb01b30d67a7749156c7a46055.jpg

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    Thanks  that looks awesome I’m going to go buy one right now ! How hard was the fitment ? And issues with feel ? Right side pinching web of hand any ?

  6. 18 minutes ago, Robertwil18 said:

    I think your pistol is broken and you should let me have it.  haha

    Haha this gun has never had a hiccup minus this one mag in like 2k of ammo just wish IDPA wouldn’t get bent out of shape if I didn’t have to do a slide lock reload I would just count my bullets and do a mag change on empty 

  7. 31 minutes ago, PharmDShooter said:

    In this match is your mag capacity limited or are you loading them up?


    if you don’t need max capacity I still have some mags with the stock STI followers that won’t lock until empty. If you work on them a little I can still get 19 rounds. 

    Yea I’m going to be limited 10 so I won’t need max capacity I’m thinking about ordering stock spring follower from Dawson hope that works .

  8. Due to a special match I need to run some mags that lock back on empty it’s going by  somewhat IDPA rules with reloads . I know my gun is not IDPA legal or I would just run my mbx not worry about it . How would I fix it to lock back on empty ? So the grams won’t lock back ?

  9. 2 hours ago, OPENB said:

    I bought the last left handed Racer for an STI at DAA. It’s fine if you don’t plan on changing guns or grips, since it doesn’t have inserts. My Cheely E2 fit fine, as did a standard plastic grip. I assume the new Racer X would be similarly non-modular. 

    I found a double alpha racer with sti insert for 125 but not sure if I should get the racer x for 139 or go all out for the alpha x . 

  10. Has anybody tried this holster I know it’s new but looks like a good less expensive option then the alpha x  . Wondering if it is worth spending extra for the alpha x vs racer x holster  . Also anybody have issues with the original racer holster?

  11. 5 hours ago, scooterj said:

    CKArms billet shielded ambi. Had a cast safety break and take a nice chunk of skin off my thumb. Won’t do cast again!  The CKArms part was very easy to fit. 


    Nice looking rig I have the legacy grip on mine same color contrast . That ambi looks nice as well 

  12. 2 hours ago, tmz said:

     It’s a nitro fan, I removed the thumb shield.   I have no problem keeping my thumb off the slide without it  Thanks 

    That’s a good idea I’ll grind mine off as well no idea why I didn’t think of that 

  13. 13 minutes ago, motosapiens said:

    are you left-handed? As a righty, I have less than no use for an ambi-safety. One more thing to break and also adds a step to working on the gun. If I have a choice, I always go single-sided. If I don't have a choice, I use the ambi until it breaks, then get a single-sided.

    I’m right handed but I’m changing out firing controls so I have to replace the  thumb safety. I like the ambi for weak hand shooting . But I agree keep it simple !

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