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Neomet

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  1. That could well happen! LOL Careful if you come over here though. Local matches mean you are competing with National and World champions. It is about as ego-unfriendly a place as you can find on the planet for this sport.
  2. Sorry, I was just having a play on words there. I have seen Cs and GMs having ridiculous amounts of fun, and I have seen Cs and GMs as serious as if they were deciding which of their children to put the oxygen mask on. No offense intended to anyone.
  3. You would be confusing serious competitive shooters with seriously competitive shooters. Some of the most serious competitive shooters I have ever seen are guys fighting for 10th in C class.
  4. Two of them are for that. I think I figured it out. The small set screws go into the front of the plate and press down onto the top of the slide.
  5. Got my dovetail mount but the instructions are a bit thin. I am all good with the three set screws in the plate but there is a small bag with several other screws that I am baffled by. I am used to leftover parts when putting something together from Ikea, but am a bit less comfortable here. This is going on an SP01 Shadow. Can't find anything with Google. Any help would be very appreciated. Now excuse me while I go back to my cutting torch as I try to get the set screws out of the adjustable iron sight that is laughing at me.
  6. Neomet

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    Not sure if this has changed with the newer models but on my original TS all I had to do was get a new barrel, extractor, and mags in 9mm, and after fitting the barrel I could go back and forth between .40 and 9mm depending on my game (and ammo situation). My favorite pistol for ages between 3 gun and Limited.
  7. All that drama and hate over a division with 8 whole shooters in the match??? I like a good argument, but that is a tempest in a teapot if you ask me. More people choosing to yell at each other than shot the division or will ever be edged out of their mid-pack finish by someone with a one-off. Then again, it is SH....
  8. Hell of a man. Hell of a life. Hell of an example for all of us. Well played sir. Very well played.
  9. Somebody stayed awake in their statistics class!!
  10. I use a Blitz with a heavy spring and SS. in my GMR-15. Muy bueno. Faster splits and to my mind a better recoil impulse.
  11. Quick sidebar here. You can stack two 357 batteries in a Cmore. Every bit as bright as the standard photo battery. They don't seem to last quite as long but are cheap as dirt and you can get them at any drugstore. Getting two batteries in the compartment takes a little dexterity.
  12. I have a Gen 2 MPX, a MPX PCC, and a GMR-15 short stroked with a hydraulic buffer. My Gen 2 started becoming a problem child at @ 20K rounds. My MPX PCC, with all of the upgrades that it came with from the factory, has been absolutely reliable, but I don't have 20K yet on it. My JP has been as reliable as the sun rising in the east. Even after fiddling with the JP short stroking, hydraulic buffering, and more load combinations than I care to admit, my MPX PCC is still softer/faster to shoot at the 145PF I run it at. I actually prefer the feel at that level as opposed to the tripl
  13. Because nothing looks funnier/more ironic than someone who went to the expense of a 5lb PCC shooting with a 60 round (loaded) mag on a 30 round COF??
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