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  1. Appreciate the feedback! Going to try it out and take a back up gun just in case.
  2. I've been curious about this as well as I'm reading different answers....I have a Shadow 2 that makes weight for IDPA CO but wasn't sure on whether the stock paddle release was legal. I'm hoping I don't have to take it off for a bigger IDPA match as I use the same gun for USPSA.
  3. That makes sense! yeah I should have clarified that it was for the Shadow 2, think I had a couple of different threads mixed up when I responded.
  4. tbarker13, it looks like Cajun is now offering an RMR and SRO cut without an adapter plate. looks like they're able to get it pretty low. https://www.instagram.com/p/B1PYPJHALgQ/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet
  5. Bruce that’s great to hear you haven’t had any reports of cracking. You guys do some amazing work! Rowdy, that’s really the main area I was concerned about, think I’m going to get an extra slide take the plunge and see what happens. Have a Shadow 1 set up for CO but it’s just been hard to ignore the Shadow 2 ergo improvements for me.
  6. For those of you that have had their Shadow 2 slides lightened to make CO weight. Are you noticing significant changes in muzzle flip? Perceived recoil? Trying to decide on what what route I’d like to take but was curious as to how the gun might perform after. From what I’m gathering it looks like muzzle flip decreases while perceived recoil increases? Also a question to people with aggressively lightened slides, have there been any durability concerns or catastrophic failures? Thanks for any feedback!
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