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  1. I have a couple competition hammers with very slight design differences and the ghost hammer. I love the look of the ghost hammer, but in actual use I find that I vastly prefer the competition hammer or even just a normal shadow ring hammer. The "jimping" cuts on the ghost hammer are so shallow that if your thumb is a bit sweaty you could slip off the hammer. There's just no "bite" like the other hammers to provide traction the surface of your finger. It apparently has hooks cut identical to the competition hammer, and I feel no difference between the two. If you want a great looking hammer like I did, you'll be happy with it. However there is a downside you should know about before buying.
  2. Price drop for Black Friday at cesar-shop and armanov. https://cesar-shop.com/product/armanov-cz-shadow-pistol-grips-3d-spider Free shitposting at armanov over €100. https://armanov.com/eu-shop/armanov-products/spidergo-pistol-grips-for-cz-shadow-2-sp01/
  3. Pro - reduces trigger pull weight in DA Con - none that I've noticed
  4. https://cesar-shop.com/product/armanov-cz-shadow-pistol-grips-3d-spider While you're there check out the RCTech stuff. Sort of interesting... https://cesar-shop.com/product/advanced-7-peaces-trigger-set-rc-tech-special I should say that I've always used the slow boat from Taipei option because shipping is about 8 or 9 USD. It's consistently been about 7-12 days for arrival, but the orders always arrive. I input the tracking number into the USPS informed delivery and it updates like any typical USPS package once clearing customs in NYC. Cesar-shop has killer prices on, hard to find in the US, CZ UB items.
  5. Yes they're worth buying, but why not use cesar-shop. They're GTG, let you pay by CC, and have lower shipping than straight from armanov.
  6. I bought from cesar-shop. Shipping is about $9 to the US.
  7. Huh? I have 3 sets of Armanov's and never got this key you mentioned. Pic?
  8. Heads up that ipsc4you has cz factory +2 baseplates and aluminum SP01 baseplates for 15 euro. Shipping to the US is 10 euro. They're GTG.
  9. Go with the Armanov's, if you don't like them I think you should be able to get your money back on a quick resale. They're relatively rare and really new grips - only been out 2 months.
  10. If they're Armanov Spidergo grips, then they are palm swells. Pictures don't adequately capture the actual contour. See link here: https://imgur.com/a/rQNADIp
  11. The new Armanov Spidergo grips are excellent and extremely grippy. They're aluminum and have palm swells similar to the factory rubber grips. I bought a pair about 2 months ago and liked them so much I've bought 2 more pairs. See the contour here: https://imgur.com/a/rQNADIp
  12. I've been using these for the past 2 months. Liked them so much I bought a second set a month ago and another recently. They're aluminum palm swell grips that fit better than lok grips and are much more grippy too. It's hard to see the contour here, but they're excellent for keeping your hands in place. The orange is also a nice match for factory orange parts... https://imgur.com/a/rQNADIp
  13. https://www.instagram.com/p/B34uT4lp230/?igshid=1rpyb19w1o6gp]https://www.instagram.com/p/B34uT4lp230/?igshid=1rpyb19w1o6gp It started as an experiment — a grand melding of Dan Wesson and CZ pistols. Borrowing the crisp single action fire control group of a DW 1911 and combining it with the ergonomics and capacity of a CZ, the resulting pistol emerged as something great. Designed initially for competition use, the DWX has evolved into much more than that, with both full-size and compact variants. Its locked breech barrel system is simple, ditching the standard 1911 link system and using CZ-style takedown via the slide stop. The easier take-down will be familiar to any hammer-fired CZ owner, as is removing the Match-grade barrel due to the bushing-less barrel system that resembles a P-10 or P-09/P-07. Double-stack magazines boost the capacity of the full-size to 19+1 with flush bases, and many standard 1911 parts enable gunsmiths and competitive shooters to tune the X just the way they like it. Sights are easily customized, using a 1911-style dovetailed sight in the front and a CZ Shadow 2 style sight cut in the rear. With the grip angle and contours that have made the CZ 75 a stand-out in the realm of pistol ergonomics, the DWX is a natural fit to most hands. The full-size DWX uses standard CZ 75 grips, while the compact DWX uses those from a 75 Compact. Corresponding magwells for the 75 series are compatible as well. With so many ways to tune and customize, the DWX is sure to shine in USPSA Limited Division! Full-size DWX pistols use a magazine based on the P-09/P-10 F, while compact variants use that of a 75 Compact.
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