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    Eric Davis

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  1. Hello, do you have a new coupon code for 2021? I need to order a Glock 17 Gen 5 guide rod. Thanks, Eric
  2. Hello: I am going to try an 11 and 13lb ISMI and also a 12lb Wolff in my new gen 5 17. I have to get a guide rod for the Wolff springs still. The testing will start tomorrow. Thanks, Eric
  3. Hello: kinda looks like ceracoat that is worn off. I think DLC means different things to different companies. Tenifer coating is much better and stronger but is not evo friendly. You could mod your holster by wrapping it in 5 layers of tape and inserting it into the holster and use a heat gun to mod the holster to fit. Or just leave it like it is and be a badass! Thanks, Eric
  4. Hello: With that long slide a 0.125" rear notch and a 0.090" front sight width will give you the speed. That is what I found worked best on my 6" pistols for USPSA. Thanks, Eric
  5. Hello: I am using a Safariland and another one that I reshaped to fit the Sig. Just make sure you can adjust it to fit you. You can use spacers and different hangers to get the fit just right. Thanks, Eric
  6. Hello: I am used to large dots and have learned if you turn them down you can look through them for those really tight shots. Hard to turn a small dot up in bright sunlight though. Thanks, Eric
  7. Hello: The Glocks I have and have shot really like bullets in the 121-135 range. 115's will work for IDPA since the furthest shots are only 18 yards. You will have to decide whether you like the pistol to have a slow push or something a little snappy. I am on the quick snappy side so I use 115-125's for IDPA and USPSA. I would also suggest you tune your recoil spring setup for the load you are using. Chrono your loads as well. Thanks, Eric
  8. Hello: I am using the Zev extensions on the Magpul 17 round mags. They work great and being red I can see them easily. Thanks, Eric
  9. Hello: Well I pulled the trigger on an 8 MOA one. Now the waiting for the Glock 17 MOS or the Alpha 3 to see who comes home first. Looking for an adapter plate next for the Glock. Thanks, Eric
  10. Hello: Chrono when changing lots of N320. It was one of the worst variations I have seen in powders lot to lot. I had one around the same as you but it was less, going minor from my usual 171PF to 154PF. Thanks, Eric
  11. Hello: My son printed me off some these as well. It works better than the paper clip trick. I am using it on a Gen 2 17 and a Gen 3 34. Thanks, Eric
  12. Hello: I zero my optic pistols at 18 yards but I know where it hits at 3-50 yards. Thanks, Eric
  13. Hello: Does the guide rod use a bushing in the front of the slide? If so could it be binding on the guide rod? I have had better luck using a 13lb ISMI flat spring or a 12-14lb Wolff round wire spring in Glock 17's or 34's. I don't know whose spring the Glock Store is using. Make sure your striker spring balances things out. I would do some drills to see what spring works the best for you. Thanks, Eric
  14. Hello: The two that are the easiest to remove for cleaning are the Arredondo's and the Zev's. No screws to remove, the spring does not get twisted, does not get dirt in them so hard to remove. The Arredondo does use a tool to remove. The Zevs are heavier if that matters to you. Thanks, Eric
  15. Hello: Give Tevo a call and see if they would sell you an undrilled mount. Thanks, Eric
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