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  1. GeneBray

    Adjustable rear sight plain ol' CZ75b?

    I believe Cajun Gun Works has a low profile adjustable. Also check CZ Custom
  2. GeneBray

    Shadow 2 malfunction

    Inspect the extractor for damage, bent, or something else. Remove extractor to ensure there is no issue with spring or something obstructing proper operation in the extractor channel on the slide. Ensure extractor pivots correctly and smoothly on extractor pin.
  3. GeneBray

    Looking to upgrade a CZ to CO??

    Please keep in mind the CO rules now and proposed for 2019. App. D7, 21.2.b. Milling of slide. A slide may be modified specifically for the purpose of installing optical sights or cocking serrations. Textured finishes, grip tape, milling or stippling on the slide to provide texture is also allowed. Cuts designed to specifically or significantly lighten the slide, such as holes, are allowed. Special conditions: A handgun may be approved specifically for Carry Optics division provided that the model of the pistol used is an approved Production Division model AND meets Carry Optics criteria. Any pistol that is not on the approved Production list, but meets Carry Optics criteria must submit a Manufacturers Declaration Form to DNROI stating that a minimum of 500 complete handguns have been manufactured and are available to the general public AND UNLESS a modification is SPECIFICALLY authorized in the rules or SPECIFICALLY authorized in an official, published NROI interpretation, it is considered a PROHIBITED MODIFICATION. Believe the only change in the 2019 proposed rules correcting a punctuation error.
  4. GeneBray

    Looking to upgrade a CZ to CO??

    SP01
  5. GeneBray

    Canonot Access Forum from Home ISP

    First, after making the post the problem cleared after persisting for 3 to 4 days. ISP is Comcast. Hopefully, there are diligent enough to fix problems with abuse using there network. As of now I consider the problem resolved until it occurs again.
  6. Can no longer access forums.brianenos.com from home network. Receive 403 error. Access blocked. No access via Tapatalk from home as well which is not surprising. How or what do I do got regain access?
  7. GeneBray

    Shooting a Double Stack in states like NJ

    1911 in L10 can use 10 rnd. mags so long as they meet the L-10 mags size limit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. GeneBray

    75 01 decocker

    Yes for decocker models only. Safety models require hammer fully down. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. GeneBray

    75 01 decocker

    A general guideline for CZ decocker models is that a decocker pistol trigger cannot be made as good as a non-decocker. Without first hand knowledge I do believe that opinion is valid. The real question is, “Is it (a decocker model) good enough for you, your skills, and desires as a USPSA competitor.” Only you can answer those questions. If your skills and work ethic will lead you to GM or M then I would go with a non-decocker model. If not, then again only can decide which is best for you. A decocker model may be a better choice if you are a lower level classification and are not trying to move up the ladder and are a weekend, local competitor. To the best of my knowledge all CZ decocker models lower the hammer to the half cock.
  10. GeneBray

    Carry Optics p320 questions

    Front Sight and Down Range articles official. They may provide info but if it is a rule/ruling it should hit the website at the same time or very quickly thereafter. Recall how the CO and Production rule changes were published/publicized? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. GeneBray

    Carry Optics p320 questions

    Made several posts on the topic. There are specific rules regarding CO and Production firearms. For production, if the manufacturer does not submit the paperwork to get a firearm on the list, and USPSA accept the application which also requires a physical exam of the firearm then it won't be on the production list. Not on the list then, it is not legal in production. Since the RX's SKU# is not the same as other P320s on the Production list, it is a fair assumption the P320 RX is not the same model as those Sigs that are on the list. It really doesn't matter if the RX is the same as except..... It is not on the list. Nor does is matter, if staff at any level allows the firearm to be used in a match in Production Division. Unless it is on the list or DNROI has made a published ruling saying it is legal for Production in a specified (i.e., the P320 X Five) configuration, it is not legal in production. My feeling is the P320 RX may qualify as a Production Division gun with the optic removed. Just like the P320 X Five (or P320 X5 whichever is the right name) is legal in production with the mag well removed. Don't now if the slide cut for the optic would require a filler or not. Time will tell. Until the RX is on the production list or there is a published DNROI declaration on the gun being legal for production, it isn't. Since it is not currently on the list there is a potential issue with the gun in CO. The CO rules say: "A handgun may be approved specifically for Carry Optics division provided that the model of the pistol used is an approved Production Division model AND meets Carry Optics criteria. Any pistol that is not on the approved Production list, but meets Carry Optics criteria must submit a Manufacturers Declaration Form to DNROI stating that a minimum of 500 complete handguns have been manufactured and are available to the general public {sic}" The first sentence may mean the RX is not legal for CO since the RX is not listed on the Production list. The next sentence would allow the RX IF Sig has submitted a Manufacturers Declaration Form, and USPSA approved the RX for CO. I would be shocked if Sig has not. I know of no list like the Production list for CO. A quick google search did not turn up any reference to a USPSA declaration on the gun which doesn't really mean anything unless it is that I don't do a good job of wording searches. And, USPSA may well have announced the RX is legal in CO and I failed to see it, missed it, or don't remember seeing it.
  12. GeneBray

    Carry Optics p320 questions

    I believe SKU#s are used to differentiate different models. If a P320 RX model has the same SKU as another P320 (i.e., P320 X Five) on the production list, they are considered the same model and the RX would be considered on the production list. If the SKU#s are different, then the pistols are considered different models and each would be have to listed on the production list. This maybe in error but it is close.
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    coated bullets and consistency

    Pretty much my experience too. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    coated bullets and consistency

    Curious as to when BB changed. Prior to May ordered BB in .45 ACP. Smurf fingers. Large extreme spread in weights. Inconsistent OAL. When gone, back to Precision bullets. Much better in my opinion. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  15. GeneBray

    What kind of bullets are you feeding your PCC?

    HAP noticeably more accurate. Precision Delta also very good. All the 115 to 124/125 gr. Hornady bullets I’ve shot seem very accurate. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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