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  1. 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
  2. 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??
  3. Oh, one more thing. If you are a lefty the JP does not have a LH mag release.
  4. You should probably define what better means to you. I own a GMR-15, a Gen 2 MPX and a MPX PCC. I don't think it matters one bit which I bring to a match as to how I finish. They go about their business differently but that is just the nature of their designs. My Gen 2 became quite finicky after about 10K rounds. My PCC has run like a champ and is actually softer shooting than my Gen 2. My short stroked and tuned JP is dead nuts reliable, beautifully built and accurate. It is also infinitely easier to clean. It is certainly the easier PCC to own and you will get better resa
  5. ^^^^^^^^^^^ This. The point is to flatten the curve to attempt to keep the number of sick lower than the number of physicians, and more importantly the limited number of ventilators to treat them. If we outstrip those capabilities TP will be the least of anybody's worries.
  6. Helps if I actually read the post accurately before I comment, 'eh?? Right you are. Can you show a closeup of what level you are cutting at?
  7. The only caution to filing the follower down is that if you screw up the follower going nuts with the dremel you can not just buy a new follower. You have to buy a whole new mag. Sig only sells the complete mag and as part of their agreement with Sig, Lancer will not sell mags or components directly.
  8. Mine was the older FP with no spring. I would carry a spare FP no matter what PCC I had. Cheap part to buy and they can break. With a spare you can at least shoot the rest of the stages.
  9. JP at 3.1lb, Geissele High Speed National Match and a HF 24C at 2.2lb. I ended up going to the middle weight toggle springs on the 24C because I felt like the increased hammer energy with the lightest trigger was contributing to firing pins breaking. That pushed my pull weight up over 3lb.
  10. ^^^^^ This. As a recovering triggerslut I forced myself to leave the Timney in my MPX PCC. (I tried 3 different triggers in my Gen 2). Ya know what? I really can't tell the difference when on the clock in this high speed, trigger slapping game.
  11. Quick and dirty way to tell if your ammo has enough "kick" to it. Put a single round in your biggest mag. If the bolt does not lock back you need to increase your powder charge. Don't worry about your PF going up. Unlike blowback guns you will hardly notice any difference between 130 and 150PF in the MPX.
  12. Oh yeah, I don't think Max L will need to up his training game if I get one. This is much more the idea of a fun gun to shoot.
  13. Just saw HK will be selling these in the US. I know it will be an expensive proposition, and the best HK trigger pack won't match my current options, but damn this just sounds like fun and it should be absolutely reliable. Don't know if there any extended mags/drum options though.
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