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Weather looked quesitonable but really glad I came.

Was planning on getting in early but woke up when my friend was already parked in my drive way ready to go. lol.  Glad I came.

@Pizza Bob @SgtToadette was a pleasure seeing you again, as always, @Golf battery pleasure meeting you and glad we can get that thing resolved. =)  Looking forward to it.

I did not think my +1 turned into a +3 and with RO shortage we were split up.

In the end, I did end up shooting a stage clean with no mag issues.

Zev OZ9... solid gun... but the magpul mags... eh... no. 

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On 8/3/2019 at 4:05 PM, Golf battery said:

Yes. Good seeing you maks. Thanks for the connection.  Lots of mag issues today  especially on 1911’s    Good times   

 

what mag issues?

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7 minutes ago, ronhonda said:

what mag issues?

I thought all the mag and ammo issues were on our squad. =P

LOL, the gun ran fine... I just had either mags that would not feed or mags that would feed but not drop free. 

I think this is the most "epic" of my stages...

 

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