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  1. Does anyone have any experience with the Shooters Innovations RRS (Recoil Reduction System). I am wondering how it compares to a Blitzkrieg buffer and spring.
  2. Thanks for the responses so far guys! If I were to buy a complete gun, even though I hear so many people rave about how the MPX shoots, I would probably get the JP because of its ability to take Glock mags and it’s reliability. But I am going to try and complete a build list first, to compare prices and products. The only thing I know I want is a lower that will take Glock mags. I don’t know enough about products such as Taccom, Blitzkrieg, QC, etc., as well as how they compare to JP and MPX. For those recommending JP, do they sell their uppers and lowers separate? I wonder how buying a complete upper and stripped lower with majorly their parts, probably just replacing the trigger and adding my own stock, would be.
  3. Hey everyone! I'm new to the forum, but have been reading as many threads as possible regarding my situation. Instead of hijacking someone else's thread, I figured I would just start my own. I am just in the beginning phases of my journey into competitive shooting. There are several divisions I think I would like to compete in, PCC being one of them. PCC is also the main division I don't currently have a set up for. After my own research, coming from this forum, YouTube / Instagram, and professional shooters such as Max Leograndis, Josh Froelich, and Keith Garcia, I have settled on my top three choices. These are a: JP GMR-15, SIG MPX PCC, or building my own PCC. I'm a firm believer in quality over quantity, as well as buy once, cry once. Excluding the optic, I expect to spend around $2000. I am okay with it being a little more or a little less. My number one option right now is to build my own PCC. My main problem is that I am inexperienced in the PCC world. I have built my own ARs, but PCC seems to be a different story. I need help with a build list. With PCCs, I have read that you want to keep the same manufacturer on as many parts of the gun as you can. The most important parts being the BCG and buffer system. I am okay with it being majorly parts from one manufacture like JP, if that is the best thing to do. I tried searching for Max's build list to check out some products he recommends, but I couldn't find it anywhere. The second option is a toss up. The JPs have a great reputation. Basically everyone that shoots one loves it and brags about its reliability. And it takes Glock mags. I only own Glock handguns, so this is a huge plus. I've also read great reviews of the new SIG MPX. While it has had its issues in the past, everyone seems to love the new generation. I have read many posts from former JP owners that moved to the new SIG after shooting this version. While I know these two are great out of the box guns, both being able to out shoot my abilities, I would change things in both. The stock and trigger in the MPX. Possibly the stock, trigger, and handguard of the JP. This is the main reason why I want to build. Anyways, I am looking for any information, recommendations, help, etc. that anyone here is willing to provide!
  4. Hey everyone! I've been shooting guns for around three years now, mainly handguns and ARs. I've taken a few rifle and pistol courses from some former Special Operations guys in the military, but they focused more on fundamentals and I guess you could say the tactical side of shooting. This has been what I have focused on as well in my time shooting / training. I'm new to the competitive shooting scene, but have been lurking around here quite often lately trying to soak up as much information as possible before I begin my journey! I look forward to continuing the process with everyone here! I know I still have loads of questions!
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