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  1. Rowdy yes it’s a sp01 slide, to waktasz point if I purchase any slide it has to work with the shadow platform.
  2. I received an email this morning from USPSA stating the slide is legal.
  3. I agree Bench it’s a unique situation and with my experience the frame with serial numbers always stands as the firearm, no matter what u can’t change that the serial number and it cant be altered, but not sure how the rule applies in this case or for this class. If I Bought another slide by another manufacture it would not have the fpb in it either.
  4. What about the rule that says u can buy aftermarket slides? Idk that’s the reason I was asking the shadow doesn’t use the firing pin block that is in the sp01 Slide. SLIDES: You may replace the slide with an OFM or aftermarket slide. how would I get the correct answer on this?
  5. thanks jkf74 I was concerned because the SP01 slide has the firing pin block that the shadow doesnt use, I was concerned when the slide was modified to work with the shadow it wouldnt be legal for carry optics.
  6. I bought a SPo1 slide from CGW its been milled for optics and use it on my SP01 shadow frame, would this be legal for carry optics? Thanks
  7. Thanks Hogrider, I believe I have everything set correctly, I need to loktite it but other than that I think it’s good, I really appreciate u taking the time to help. thanks
  8. thanks Hogrider, I think I'm close and its working, I wished I knew why it changed or what happened to cause the issue so I don't make the mistake again, as far as the manual I'm really disappointed in the quality of detail. I had nothing to show me how the unit goes together or should be set up, I would have thought there would have been a trouble shooting guide for common issues, luckily I have a little experience and understood the concept, I re read the instruction again this morning but its not clear, from the instruction on how to set the arm. thanks for the help and the
  9. Hogrider did you have a 1050 before your 1100? if so is there a lot of difference?
  10. I measured mine this morning and its about the same as the 4 inch shown in the pic, I ran 30 through it with no issues. it would be interesting if someone could post a pic of a 1050 set correctly and see if and how much of a difference there was.
  11. thanks Hogrider I will measure mine tomorrow, Mine moved within the first 100 rounds but it was tight, i'm not sure how it moved but, after seeing you pics I feel comfortable that I have it set correctly thanks
  12. excellent thanks for the pics, mine had moved up and also it had twisted but its was very tight I find it hard to believe that if could move being that tight, I lowered mine back down and rotated it so that it was in line the tab at the bottom of the linkage I inserted it in the primer slide I assume that is correct.
  13. I wonder why my press never came with this? thanks for the link looks like I installed it correctly, does any have any idea why it moved? I never heard or saw anything move, I was on my first hundred and this happened about the first 50.
  14. I have looked everywhere trying to find out how the linkage is supposed to be set up, I just purchased a 1050 it worked fine, then the primer quit actuating, the machine wouldn't go down completely and I noticed it was hitting the primer bar, after looking at how I think the machine should work it the linkage was actuating the primer bar, I dont have a clue how this happened everything was really tight, I loosened it up lowered it down tried to align but I'm not sure if its right. it does work fine now. I would like to get information on how its supposed to be set to make sure I have it ri
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