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    Austin, TX
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    Converting those who look here to use the G26.
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    Tony Wong

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  1. Just a heads up, the SRO 5.0 MOA is in stock at Primary Arms as of 10:10 PM Central. https://www.primaryarms.com/trijicon-sro-sight-adjustable-led-5.0-moa-red-dot $509.99 after shipping and tax to Texas. I have no affiliation with the company but have bought from them before.
  2. I prefer Ghost pouches: affordable bullets out or forward orientation angle adjustable good retention on stock G17/34 mags without any fiddling They are made of plastic and the connecting joint is a weak point. As long as the belt isn't dropped or crushed, then it holds up fine. I prefer them over the DAA Racer and DAA Alpha-X that I also have.
  3. Area 4 was my first major match and it was a fantastic learning opportunity. I wanted to test various mindsets and shooting strategies to see which worked best for me. I began the match going at a leisurely pace with no sense of urgency. Stages 12, 13, 1, and 2 were shot in this manner. They ranged from 70-85% of top CO HF. Stages 3 and 4 were pure accuracy, netting 87-90%. Stage 5 was shot purposely continuing the high feeling from the previous stage to see if an overly positive mindset helps. This did not as it took away from my attention and I ended up fo
  4. At first, the RM assumed it was for the purpose of a dust cover. I then explained it was to prevent a false dot when shooting into the sun. The response I posted was after the explanation. I'll email the DNROI and will update the post.
  5. It's not about the money for me. I have my day time job for that haha. I treat it as a serious hobby in that it's my priority when I don't have plans with friends or family. Honestly, I'm not really sacrificing much at this point in my life. Look at JJ, Max, or Eric. They have families and a lot less free time than me, yet they can compete at the top year in year out. If looking at my available hours, shooting probably takes up less than 10% of it.
  6. Thanks. I shoot because I feel I can be the best in the world at it. I continue to shoot until I prove it to myself. The only constraint is that I must do it with the Glock 26.
  7. Had another classifier match last Sunday and thought I missed GM by 0.07 seconds (current percentage is 94.9455). Fortunately, there's a classifier that was unpaid that pushes my average to 96.0323. So assuming that the club eventually pays their match fee, I'll be GM in CO (boosting Production to M as well). First subgoal is unofficially completed. Attached is a chart of my CO classifier progress. Interestingly, I was a C class as long of a period as I was M. As for shooting experiments, I've been trying to understand the red dot. Since the SRO is parallax-free, it can
  8. Good point, I'm asking for Area 4 and will update accordingly.
  9. There's a big difference between upgrading a trigger and getting a new platform all together. You say you know it's your fault, but it sounds like you want a new gun. There's nothing wrong with that. The question now comes down to what you can afford. If you can buy the Shadow 2, a few mags, trigger job, and holster without batting an eye, then go for it. If not, then you have to ask yourself if you want to spend $250 on a Glock trigger. Which choice would be easier to convince you to choose? That's the one you truly want. Personally, I'll just shoot it stock.
  10. Carry Optics Nationals is held in Frostproof this year. The range is notorious for having the sun being in your face when shooting on the AM squads. When the sun hits the optic from the front, it might cause a false dot to appear. Some go ahead and buy an optic that mitigates this issue (Sig 3XL), others learn to ignore the false dot, and a few get surprised as they see it for the first time. The simplest solution is to just get some blue painter's tape and tape the front of the optic. No more false dot, higher contrast with the red dot, and it protects your lens. Heck it's so good
  11. If you can afford it, go with the gun you want. That way, you focus on the important aspects and not wondering "what if." Though, I suggest a more durable optic to mount. Trijicon SRO is best from the people I know that shoot CZ optics.
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