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 AR9 at the Paul Bunyan Annual Turkey Match 2019 
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had a great match, with new toys, the titan rocket magwell and 40 round ets mags.



I've not heard good things about ets mags at all, a 31 rd i bought to try would jam just loading and unloading on the bench. But these 40rd mags seem to actually be better!


Mon Nov 11, 2019 5:01 pm
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Very cool, Eric. I like the commentary!

That's good news about the 40-round mags, too. I bought a couple of them but haven't tried them yet.

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Mon Nov 11, 2019 9:13 pm
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MadPick wrote:
Very cool, Eric. I like the commentary!

That's good news about the 40-round mags, too. I bought a couple of them but haven't tried them yet.


Yeah hopefully they hold up. SHould be doing another match this weekend. I'm really sick of unreliable glock mags with extensions.


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Looks like fun!

I should get my 9mm PCC put together, cannot decide if I want a 16" Carbine configuration, or a <10" pistol configuration.

What trigger are you running it that Carbine?

Is there a Pistol-sized PCC stage/class that can shoot at competitions like this, or is it Carbine length PCC's only.


Wed Nov 13, 2019 1:49 pm
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waglocker wrote:
Looks like fun!

I should get my 9mm PCC put together, cannot decide if I want a 16" Carbine configuration, or a <10" pistol configuration.

What trigger are you running it that Carbine?

Is there a Pistol-sized PCC stage/class that can shoot at competitions like this, or is it Carbine length PCC's only.



I'd go with something with at least a 13" handguard, just from a competitive perspective.

PCC is an available division in every single shooting sport except ASI, so 3gun, uspsa, idpa all have pcc. Only 3 gun will allow the use of a braced pistol, the others require a stock (why the fuck they care about atf determinations I have no idea).

I'm using a hiperfire eclipse. That and the ar gold 308 trigger are the main ones I've seen in competition, most do the hiperfire.


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Good to know. I will definitely look into it.

Thanks!


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