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I am currently shooting a 320 RX in carry optics division and was wondering; I want to change the frame to an X5 and the curved trigger to a flat one, all would still be OEM.

Would these changes be legal to shoot in CO Division?  

I have read the new rules but am still not sure. 

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Yes.

FCU are available with flat triggers and you can change triggers and grips/modules per the current rules.

Be aware if you have large hands the x-5 is only available with the med grip.

FWIW I actually like the LG 320 grip better than my x-5 grip 

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You raise a valid point jcc.  While I have handled the x5 I have never shot one and currently use the large module on the 320.  I fined the 320 grip to be awkward and I have to put more of the meat of my hand on the backstrap so I can get proper finger position on the trigger. 

Hmmm. 

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1 hour ago, thehudge said:

You raise a valid point jcc.  While I have handled the x5 I have never shot one and currently use the large module on the 320.  I fined the 320 grip to be awkward and I have to put more of the meat of my hand on the backstrap so I can get proper finger position on the trigger. 

Hmmm. 

I SilCarb'd my grip and when I did I added some meat to the rear so I got what I wanted for grip placement.

Now It's great for me and my hand etc.

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34 minutes ago, thehudge said:

What's SiliCarb?

Silicon carbide.

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I shoot IPSC Production Optic and done exactly the same thing (straight trigger and  X frame). 

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On 6/18/2019 at 4:40 PM, jcc7x7 said:

I SilCarb'd my grip and when I did I added some meat to the rear so I got what I wanted for grip placement.

Now It's great for me and my hand etc.

Could you post a pic.  I am very curious about this SilCarb stuff.

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Did you get the DAA kit or pick up the stuff yourself on the silicone carbide job?

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Did it myself. Jb weld and the coarsest silicon carbide sandblasting media I could find. 

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9 hours ago, terrydoc said:

huge difference when you shoot it?

 

I have the SSI  tungsten carbide grip, it now weighs 43 ounces.

Makes a huge difference 

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