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  1. I don't have that many rounds through it yet but it definitely has a lot of potential, right now it has same buffer setup from my old ulw barrel (5015 buffer,jp 308 carbine spring, short stroke spacer) and it shoots pretty soft, not mpx soft though, hoping to try Max's setup soon Local match director did ask me about the trigger shoe, ive always ran it but I've only shot one major, thanks for the heads up though!
  2. Bdh821, it didn't make sense but I couldn't resist!
  3. Agree with both of you guys (gerritm & bdh821) right to left seems easier especially for muzzle discipline. Start positions often dictates stage plan. Shot my first major this year and was the only pcc and lefty on a squad with a dozen or so shooters and it was a pain during walk through, just wanted to see what others were doing. Thanks!
  4. I feel you there, I'm a lefty myself, do you generally run the same stage plans as right-handed shooters? Sorry for all the questions!
  5. Thats about what I'm shooting out of mine, 142ish, seems to make the mpx run well
  6. Great match vid and shooting, what pf are you shooting through your mpx?
  7. Ordered one on the 11th, still no word on shipping, looking forward to smaller diameter compared to lancer
  8. I went with a Lancer 14" handguard, then added a heavier stock. Both of these helped a little, but I also added a spare buffer and weight to the buffer tube which ended up balancing it out pretty well. Overall it added weight to the gun but it has not been noticeable in competition and transitions really well
  9. There is gap at the front and back of the optic, so the screws are all thats holding it. Its feels solid and held zero but I only fired a small number of rounds with it mounted this way. I definitely feel more comfortable using the optic plate but wanted to give it a try since it's lower to the slide. I'm planning on changing optics and using springer plate.
  10. I just mounted this directly to slide after reading this thread and realizing my slide had the holes for rmr, previously was using springer precision plate, only about 75 rounds through it since changing but didn't notice any ejection issues
  11. I bought an 11# spring when I got my legion, it feels really good with 147gr/128pf, but still undecided between running the 147's or 125gr
  12. Just got a new legion, recieved my holster tonight, already see wear marks on slide and frame after taking gun in and out of the holster maybe 25 times for setup and a few draws. I love the gun but a little disappointed in the finish.
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