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Initial Diary entry I decided to make a diary to document my path. A little about me. I love to shoot. I just started shooting again after a year vacation. I'm totally screwed up in my shooting. I'm left handed and right eye dominant. I shoot pistols left handed and rifles right handed. I always had issues aligning the sights correctly on pistols...then I built a PCC with a C-more railway. Now I have the PCC bug. I'm also thinking about dabbling in Carry Optics. I recently installed a Vortex Venom on my M&P Pro. I'm currently classed C in USPSA at 54% I only have 4 classifiers in though. My goal is to make A class in PCC. My Commitment to dry fire a minimum of 5 days a week for 10-15 minutes a day. I try to live fire once a week, but work and life interferes. Working rotating weekends, I try to shoot 2-4 matches a month. Any and all help, tips, suggestions, encouragement and comments are greatly appreciated.
I tried searching for existing threads on this matter, but I couldn't find an answer. So I use both the Blade-Tech velcro inner/outer belt with Tek-Lok magazine pouches and I really love the setup, but I'm having issues between the inner and outer belt where the magazine pouches meet. They entire left side of my outer belt is loose because the mag pouches take up a good amount of what used to be the velcro outer belt and now it just slides up and down when I go for reloads(extremely annoying). I understand most if not all people use adhesive velcro strips(?) to remedy the problem, but I wanted to know exactly what kind of adhesive velcro I should buy. I googled around and see a lot of different choices, but my main concern is a good adhesive that will last long(enough) and not peel after a few times of taking the belts on and off. Reviews after reviews for all the products I looked at seem to point at the adhesive not holding up to anything heavy duty even though the description of the adhesive is "industrial strength". Basically, I'm looking for first hand experiences of what worked for you and what didn't(brands or companies that worked). Is there another way to remedy this issue besides adhesive velcro? Thanks all!