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I've seen more people shooting Limited minor now that in the past. I've always thought of minor as a suicide in Limited due to lower points. However, long stages with extra rounds (3-4 more) in minor seem as an advantage versus major. I saw that during the 2018 Florida Open in single stack, only the first place out of the top 10 shot major, the rest were shooting minor. What is your opinion?
Hi there all, I'm still new to the forum, so I apologize if I inadvertently posted this in the wrong place. I have been a long time Glock shooter for defensive use, and have been using several in limited division USPSA for the past few months. While I love the Glock platform, I've been experimenting with other options lately, and after wandering about a bit, seeing where I want to be in this game, I think I'm going to transition over to a CZ Shadow 2, and shoot production division. I recently purchased an STI Apeiro .40 without shooting one, for use in limited, and found that while the gun functions well, I don't like the recoil profile, the overall feel, and a few other things, so i will be letting that go. In the interest of avoiding a similar scenario, i was curious if the people that had shot the Shadow 2 had any observations worth considering before I purchase one ? Any comment on the platform is appreciated, maintenance issues, odd recoil characteristics, parts that tend to break, safeties that kick on unintentionally, sights that fall out of dovetails, parts that tend to need to be replaced early (like extractors in an STI), triggers that don't reset correctly, irregular trigger pulls, anything that annoys or vexes you. I appreciate your time guys, thanks !
So I got a good deal a new Gen 3 G17L a couple weeks ago and decided to use it for fun in Limited Minor. The POI was high of POA using off the shelf 115gr even with the rear sight bottomed out. I worked up a few loads, chrono'd them, and settled on one. Threw in 13lb recoil and 5lb striker springs and went back to the range. Now I'm about 3-4 inches high at 10yds with the factory rear sight bottomed out. I'd planned on changing the sights anyway, but anyone have any ideas why the gun would be high even with factory ammo? I've never had the factory adjustable sights on a Glock before, is this common?