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not in Production Division.. But why do you think you need that mod? 

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Never seen someone rack a slide in comp like that


Really? I see shooters do it a lot. A lot of CZ guys cycle the slide from the front.

I shoot a CZ as well and was shown that method.


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On 2/25/2017 at 9:02 AM, jon9116 said:

Never seen someone rack a slide in comp like that

 

On 2/25/2017 at 7:53 PM, gixxerjunky said:

 


Really? I see shooters do it a lot. A lot of CZ guys cycle the slide from the front.

I shoot a CZ as well and was shown that method.


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I see a lot too. I occasionally do on showing empty.

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On 2/23/2017 at 4:05 PM, sweetback said:

No

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+1 , The stippling on the frame and undercut trigger guard also make it not legal for production.

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On 2/25/2017 at 9:02 AM, jon9116 said:

Never seen someone rack a slide in comp like that

 

You've never seen someone Press check their pistol?

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22 minutes ago, colt1911 said:

 

You've never seen someone Press check their pistol?

It's not common in USPSA. I prefer to keep my hands as far back from the muzzle as possible to avoid a slip or brain fart AND a DQ.

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7 minutes ago, Sarge said:

It's not common in USPSA. I prefer to keep my hands as far back from the muzzle as possible to avoid a slip or brain fart AND a DQ.

 

Press checking isn't.... but racking the slide from the front certainly is. 

 

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Just now, Sarge said:

It's not common in USPSA. I prefer to keep my hands as far back from the muzzle as possible to avoid a slip or brain fart AND a DQ.

your right, its not as common in gun games, i see it more in LE/Mil training/communities. But that doesn't mean its not an effective technique in games. I've been doing it for a very long time in duty use, edc, and competition, and have never had neither a slip, a brain fart, nor a DQ.

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Really? I see shooters do it a lot. A lot of CZ guys cycle the slide from the front.

I shoot a CZ as well and was shown that method.


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It's what I have to use, either that or yank on my red dot. I rather not yank on a red dot. So front serrations it is. I do thumb forward, bent along ejection port on my shadow.

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