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    The Wilson Brig Tac and PX4 CC seem to do ok for...

    The Wilson Brig Tac and PX4 CC seem to do ok for Beretta . . .
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    I'd probably be in either way, but I also prefer...

    I'd probably be in either way, but I also prefer the square notch rear sight . . .
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    I don't think this should be surprising to anyone...

    I don't think this should be surprising to anyone who has spent a substantial amount of time using a pistol with visible laser. The problem, in my experience, is that available handgun lasers are...
  4. Thread: Share ACT...

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    It's not calendered yet.

    It's not calendered yet.
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    I agree, the Tactical Rotary interface is the...

    I agree, the Tactical Rotary interface is the only flashlight UI that allows easy one hand access to true momentary and many different levels of constant on light.
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    I think Karl is one of the few CO GMs, so he...

    I think Karl is one of the few CO GMs, so he probably has a pretty good idea of what it takes to shoot a slide mounted RDS pistol well.
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    Since your example uses parts, Bishop's bill...

    Since your example uses parts, Bishop's bill generally wouldn't affect the importation of parts other than receivers and barrels. Manufacturers are already importing most of the rifles and shotguns...
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    The standard green illumination is pretty weak. ...

    The standard green illumination is pretty weak. Leopold's red firedot is much brighter, but for whatever reason, they don't offer the red illumination as a standard option. The reticle is also a...
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    I think Olim9 was talking about the "hold the...

    I think Olim9 was talking about the "hold the side and hit the back of the grip" method of reducing a stoppage with a cartridge/case stuck in the chamber. I also didn't see Steve muzzle himself...
  10. Thread: NRA Carry Guard?

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    The very first thing students will see is a basic...

    The very first thing students will see is a basic explanation of use of force law.
  11. Thread: Glock 19M...

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    The main point of the GCA's sporting purpose test...

    The main point of the GCA's sporting purpose test was to prohibit importation of small concealable handguns. ATF tried to implement objective criteria to exclude from importation the types of...
  12. Thread: PX4 mag pouches

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    No, PX4 mags are bigger. They nearly fit Glock...

    No, PX4 mags are bigger. They nearly fit Glock pouches.
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    I'm interested, but don't have any experience...

    I'm interested, but don't have any experience with a PX4C length AIWB holster. I do prefer a G19 to a G17 length holster, but they are slightly different lengths compared to the PX4 compact and...
  14. Thread: joshs' Journal

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    OPEN Thanks for the offer, but I should have a Compact...

    Thanks for the offer, but I should have a Compact Carry by the end of the week.
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    It's basically a factory race ready M2 without a...

    It's basically a factory race ready M2 without a comfortech stock. The loading port work is by far the best I've ever seen on a factory gun. It's easy to quad load without any additional work.
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  16. Thread: joshs' Journal

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    OPEN 9-April-2017

    60 minutes dryfire

    Split between two 30 minute sessions with IDPA legal gear and my "new" AIWB holster.

    With IDPA gear, I continued to work on skills for the IDPA classifier. The magwell is...
  17. Thread: joshs' Journal

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    OPEN That's my understanding of what the trigger pack...

    That's my understanding of what the trigger pack does. The SA is already very good, so I'm interested to see (feel?) the difference.
  18. Thread: joshs' Journal

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    OPEN 8-April-2017

    30 minutes dryfire w/ PX4

    Worked on slide lock reloads and visual patience for IDPA classifier on Tuesday. With the new one second per point down scoring, I'm really trying to work on driving the...
  19. Thread: joshs' Journal

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    OPEN 7-April-2017

    Practice with CX4 (50 rounds) and PX4 (100 rounds) @ NRA Range

    Worked on 1R2 with the CX4. So far, the easiest way to reload is with the butt stock still in the shoulder and canting the pistol...
  20. Thread: joshs' Journal

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    OPEN 6-April-2017

    30 minutes dryfire.

    Worked on reloads and short movement with the CX4 to get used to setups with a PCC.
    The 20 round factory mag is by far the easiest to reload with. The CX4 reloads like a...
  21. Thread: joshs' Journal

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    OPEN 5-April-2017

    Practice: 125 rounds of CCI Blazer w/ CX4 @ NRA Range
    Zeroed MRO @ 50 yards. The MRO in the factory low mount is the perfect height on the CX4.
    Worked on UP Drills with the CX4 to get more used...
  22. Thread: joshs' Journal

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    OPEN That's the plan. I didn't have much of an...

    That's the plan. I didn't have much of an interest in a PCC until USPSA and IDPA started new divisions.
  23. The CQBSS market is a very small part of the...

    The CQBSS market is a very small part of the scope market, however, I assume your wish may be granted in the future as more Horus reticles are used in Nightforce scopes.
  24. I don't completely disagree, but I find the TR24...

    I don't completely disagree, but I find the TR24 easy to hit with out to about 400 yards on a calm day and 300 in wind. This is assuming target sizes of 3-4 minutes that are common in practical...
  25. I'm still a fan of the triangle of death.

    I'm still a fan of the triangle of death.
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