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4 hours ago, magpulled said:

That sv probably runs 7500$ 

Right in that range. In 14 months I should know if it's worth the money. Word of advice: When your buddy says "Here! Shoot this in the match today." Don't do it. They are stupid easy shooting and beautiful to boot. I'll probably be lucky if I ever make it into A class but by gawd, I'll be shooting B Class open with a beautiful gun. Maybe it will motivate me to actually practice from time to time.

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Yes but I assume people will do that same as they do with an open Glock. Just don't take the slide/comp apart and never remove it from the slide. Just clean it whiles its on there.

 

I dont see a sight block/comp being held solely by set screws being a good idea either. When locktite breaks free, fully, there is play left and right on the comp (Or sight block in this case), which causes deviation in sight alignment.

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1 hour ago, Ssanders224 said:

To clear up a couple of things, 

 

The comp does not need to be removed to remove the barrel (barrel is removed from the front). 

Also, there is no set screw (or loctite) required on the comp. 

 

 

So how does a comp or sight block stay on then?

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20 hours ago, Ssanders224 said:

To clear up a couple of things, 

 

The comp does not need to be removed to remove the barrel (barrel is removed from the front). 

Also, there is no set screw (or loctite) required on the comp. 

 

Thanks for the clarification Steve.

Can you speak about new barrel lug design vs traditional 1911 lug/link?

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Odd that it comes with multiple barrels and so many magazines...  Not much information on it anywhere... 

It's an open gun and a limited gun. Open gun uses 9mm barrel then screw on comp., screw on red dot mount, use provided shim/screw for extractor and use 9mm magazines.
For limited you install .40 barrel, remove comp., remove red dot adjust screw for extractor and use .40 mags.
This may not be 100% accurate but close to get the idea.... 2 guns same grip/trigger.

I'd like to see a PT shooter shoot in all year documenting changing from open to limited every month. If it held up I'd be impressed.



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44 minutes ago, Scott Steele said:


It's an open gun and a limited gun. Open gun uses 9mm barrel then screw on comp., screw on red dot mount, use provided shim/screw for extractor and use 9mm magazines.
For limited you install .40 barrel, remove comp., remove red dot adjust screw for extractor and use .40 mags.
This may not be 100% accurate but close to get the idea.... 2 guns same grip/trigger.

I'd like to see a PT shooter shoot in all year documenting changing from open to limited every month. If it held up I'd be impressed.



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I've been considering doing exactly that. Although Open division was my very 1st and is certainly my favorite division, so I was thinking of giving the Honcho my own personal torture test for the 2018 season. 

 

But I did shoot Limited for a while, back some time ago and would be up for giving that another try some time soon.  :)

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1 hour ago, Chris Keen said:

 

I've been considering doing exactly that. Although Open division was my very 1st and is certainly my favorite division, so I was thinking of giving the Honcho my own personal torture test for the 2018 season. 

 

But I did shoot Limited for a while, back some time ago and would be up for giving that another try some time soon.  :)

 

You should do it... you’d be a good beta tester. I mean if it broke you could just kick rocks. 

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