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Cheely E2 grip and Racemaster holster

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The STI insert was very sloppy, measured things up and Josh at Double Alpha sent me a Race Master with the SV insert. Much better.

Now I just have to get "ungrounded" by the spousal unit.

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Will do hopefully my Gun will be done in a week or so I know my PT block has a ton of slop with my PT grip

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I tried an Al e2 grip at Area 8 and it snicked into my STI insert just fine.  Maybe there is some variation in tolerances.  I'll find out when my SS unit gets here.

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The SV/STL on my Alpha-X with the E2 was the way I had to go. Fits perfect. The STI block was very sloppy

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On 9/23/2018 at 7:15 PM, ElkChaser said:

I am having an E2 installed now was wondering what block works best I have PT and STI

I have the PT insert and my new open gun has the new cheely.  The pt Insert doesn’t work. It won’t sit in it properly or lock

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2 hours ago, Jts2581 said:

I have the PT insert and my new open gun has the new cheely.  The pt Insert doesn’t work. It won’t sit in it properly or lock

Per Matt Cheely and DAA you want the SV STEEL insert.

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1 hour ago, Brooke said:

Try an Everglades holster and free yourself from insert issues.

 

Unless Steve has incorporated the required change in new production, you have to modify the Everglades block slightly to get the e2 to seat properly.  I take a small file and about 60 seconds to do.  Here is the mod.  Remove a little material from the intersection of the chamfer and the top of the block.

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