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SgtToadette last won the day on April 30 2016

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  1. Depressing the lever allows enough clearance to allow the stock to move between holes, but not enough to remove the stock from the tube. So the stock stop effectively moves that boundary to a single hole. Stock installation depends on the specific stock, but those I've encountered need to have the pin extended further than the lever allows, usually through the use of a tool.
  2. I'm not able to move the stock along the receiver extension with the handful of stocks I've tried. If you have first hand experience otherwise please share. Everyone loves to threaten the test case but it will literally never happen.
  3. 'It' being what? The stock? Yes. It needs a punch or firing pin to remove. The stock stop removes pretty easily from the tube one the stock is removed. I don't really get the purpose of the question, though. The stock doesn't adjust with the stock stop installed. End of story. If you remove the stock stop and reinstall the stock, well then that's illegal. It's like the old joke of the man going to the doctor saying "it hurts when I do this" and the doctor responds "then don't do that". "Does the stock adjust with this device installed?" "No." "But what if I convert it to be illegal?" "Then it's illegal." If someone wants to point me to a case where someone was prosecuted/convicted for possession of an Assault Weapon because the method by which they attempted to comply was insufficient, then go for it. Otherwise we should stop driving ourselves nuts over these stupid hypotheticals. TL;DR: Stock stop is fine. Stop overthinking it.
  4. I was there about 2 weeks ago and stock was decent. Had some 92s, 1911s, and a CZ P10C. With this market though you almost need daily updates. Rich is a good guy and will help if you're looking for something specific. Again, it's crazy times so expectations should keep that in mind.
  5. I can definitely do better on the recording front. I end up volunteering for score keeper which lends itself to forgetting to record. Shongum will be an exciting match!
  6. I don't even bother with any of the staking or torque measurements. I just use this: https://www.wingtactical.com/firearm-parts/ar-15/lower-receiver-parts/lower-receiver-parts/primary-weapons-systems-ratchet-lock-castle-nut-and-end-plate-set/ Works great!
  7. Honestly the worst part about moving to PA was knowing I couldn't use Richie for most FFL purposes. That said, he's a dealer for a lot of manufacturers I like such as Aero Precision. That said, if I can do it through Richie, I always do and he's always served me well.
  8. I used it and dig it. Some people feel iffy about it, but the fact of the matter is that when installed, the stock doesn't adjust. If you're nervous about it, use it in conjunction with a stock that requires a tool to remove (e.g. BCM gunfighter). I am not a lawyer, but neither is anyone else here...
  9. Cover garments are not required for classifiers. I used a Bladetech holster for years and it served its purpose well. You can also use a Safariland 579 Pro-Fit if you're looking for a universal gun bucket. It's a littler slower and I don't care for the slight forward cant, but it's not going to make or break a stage for me. The positive retention is also nice for the peace of mind, especially if you want to do 3-gun where you'll be doing more sprinting. I currently use one for my CZ P10F and have confirmed it fits the PPQ M1. There are a ton of good holsters available now that the PPQ is pretty mainstream. Anything from a reputable kydex holster manufacturer should serve you well. For IDPA I'd stick to OWB holsters, just avoid anything with a drop or offset as the gun needs to be within a dowel rod of your body. Also, Stu - I can be available to help if you need it. Just let me know.
  10. I've run cocktail mags of 115, 124, and 147gr factory ammo and to be frank, while there was maaaaaaybe some variation, it was not enough to make a big enough difference to me. Grip technique will matter far far more. I just use what I can get my hands on for cheap.
  11. There are some blast shields or concussion mitigating attachments which do not use threads to attach. The VG6 CAGE comes to mind. I've always viewed them as kosher, but I, like you, am not a lawyer.
  12. Ken did a great job making that match work outside. Everyone seemed genuinely happy just to be there and it made the whole experience that much better. Hopefully this marks a steady return to normality.
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    Bob's not picky about pistols. As long as it has a dot on it he's happy.
  14. Got the 929 back! Nice!
  15. I wish I could retain a fraction of what you know about these things. Excellent as always and thanks for sharing.
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