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  1. Usually comes out on Thursday or Friday, but I think they record in advance.
  2. As long a Production has the approved gun list among other rules, that’s going to distinguish it from Limited. It would however basically negate the reason for people competing in Limited minor. With the last set of rule changes, we’re already close.
  3. I’ve always thought the RO recommendation for SS was along the same lines as the Glock recommendation for Prod. After swapping out the guts of an RO, the next step IMO for SS would be hopping into a Dan Wesson.
  4. Looking at the guns available/on the market that are commonly used and popular in production, it does make sense. There isn’t much of a reason for a 10 round cap anymore when many are capable of 17 from the factory. Just a thought but with the rules as they stand now, bumping the allowable rounds in the mag to 15 in production would keep an entry level division where unless they have a magwell/optic or comp, they would not have to compete in a division with likely a minor power factor gun where they’re at a severe disadvantage. As long as Revo and SS are divisions, I can’t see “no more than 8 scoring hits from any single location or view” changing though.
  5. I don’t know if I would necessarily call SS a cost effective division...
  6. I think the proposed stock division you’re looking for is IDPA’s SSP. Want to run with your mags full? USPSA already has a division for that with limited minor. The big issue I see from your opening post is your proposed division is being very exclusionary which, in theory, would further divide production making participation even lower. Personally, I don’t see anyone shooting production going over to go shoot what you’re proposing nor do I see people going out entering to buy a specific gun to compete in this theoretical division. I understand that that USPSA is uniquely different from IPSC now, but there are a couple of areas that would make sense to align with IPSC. Allowing bull barrels in Single Stack and Production upping capacity to 15 rounds makes sense.
  7. So is being set in your ways and not adjusting to changing times.
  8. I shot mine in carry optics for around 6 months and enjoyed shooting it.
  9. I’m not sure why you quoted my post... I have an HBI trigger kit in my Carry Optics gun and am back to running the stock followers in my mags since I couldn’t get the grams followers to work in my gun with CZ Custom base pads. I did modify the stock follower in the way that’s shown on Henning’s website. I personally haven’t modified any of the internal parts of the gun other then replacing the parts that some with the HBI kit.
  10. I’m pretty certain that the recoil spring is a standard ISMI spring like you would find in a gen 3 Glock, just insert your desired poundage.
  11. I’ve read his post and saw the pictures. I had already bought the grams kit awhile back, but I may give that a try at some point.
  12. Played with this a bit last night some more and the issue for me seems to happen when there are over 20 rounds in the mag. I’m using CZC base pads and grams kit for P series mags, so 23 rounds in the mag is possible, with a CGW steel guide rod and 15# recoil spring. I shot some factory 147 FN American Eagle through it, some 124 blazer, and then some of my friend’s reloads that are round nose 147 but the OAL is a tad shorter. The shorter OAL seemed to help vs the factory. I was planning on shooting this at a local match this weekend with the gun, so I’ll see how it does after Sunday. Also planning to shoot it the rest of the year.
  13. I ordered one of these at the end of last week. I’m looking forward to trying it out.
  14. Let me try out the new, correct followers I’m getting this week then I’ll find some 147 FN’s and try it out. I’ll report back on what happens.
  15. So, I had a pretty significant issue with some 147 American Eagle fmj stuff which is a flat nose round like the syntech round is. When I ordered my original base pads and followers, i believe I got sent the 75 mag follower kit and not the p series mag kit. I swapped back to the stock guts in the interim and haven’t had an issue, but I should have the correct kit sometime next week. I settled on the gun just not liking the flat nose rounds, and I’ve burned off all that I had left fortunately though somewhat frustrating at the time. So now I’m shooting 124 blazer through it at the moment. No issues so far.
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