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Online Edward_Teach

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Re: Primary Machine's CZ Stealth Comp
« Reply #105 on: November 13, 2017, 09:55:24 PM »
I love how people hate change,  but not only hate change but only kinda hate change.

Any and all types of red dots on rifle, oh hex yeah bro tots need that for the range or my "home defense" gun.

Compensator in a 5.56 16in ar15, yeah man half my guns have have flash hiders but the other half have different brakes it helps with recoil...

Show them a RDS handgun with a compensator and those same people start going fuds

Oh and then you get the 9mm guys, "I shoot 9mm over .40/357sig/.45acp because low recoil equals faster more accurate follow up shots and shot placement is what matters and follow up shots.

Show those guys a comp'd gun and they are all "why do you need that"
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Re: Primary Machine's CZ Stealth Comp
« Reply #106 on: November 14, 2017, 02:00:51 AM »
It also took me some time to actually take the plunge and get the dot and comp,  I’ve always been a irons type of guy after shooting 2 years with the cz shadow.  But I’ll recommend this setup to everyone.  Is the comp  necessary?  No but it sure does let you get away with not having a good grip.  But it also makes it easy as hell to follow up shots if you do have a good grip.


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Re: Primary Machine's CZ Stealth Comp
« Reply #107 on: November 14, 2017, 11:07:41 AM »
Love this comp, it helps a lot and not once I got a negative comment about it. I had a issue with it in the beginning (documented in this thread) but that was a easy fix/adjustment.  Fact is every instructor that saw me shoot my P-07 complimented it and my skills with continuous fire. It wasn't so pretty without it especially after 3rd/4th round. Now I'm confident with hitting 10-12 consecutive fast shots in the A area (uspsa target @ 7-10 yards with 124 HST's). To me that is a huge difference considering that my trigger is stock and I always start holstered with hammer down as the gun was designed.
Wish I could say the same thing about red dots. My astigmatism makes a 2moa look like 10 moa scratch.
I'm still weighting if I will add one but fact is anything past 10 yards will be hard to shoot precisely.
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Re: Primary Machine's CZ Stealth Comp
« Reply #108 on: November 14, 2017, 02:11:23 PM »
It also took me some time to actually take the plunge and get the dot and comp,  I’ve always been a irons type of guy after shooting 2 years with the cz shadow.  But I’ll recommend this setup to everyone.  Is the comp  necessary?  No but it sure does let you get away with not having a good grip.  But it also makes it easy as hell to follow up shots if you do have a good grip.

Curious how the P07 and P10c compare in recoil characteristics with the comps.  Notice any big differences or have a preference?

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Re: Primary Machine's CZ Stealth Comp
« Reply #109 on: November 14, 2017, 05:40:10 PM »
Definitely makes a difference with the comp.
Have them on two P-09's.

As an aside, Primary Machines work is top notch.

I recently had two slides milled for dots,
the mill work and the Nitride finish are fantastic.

It is obvious that the people who negatively view the dots and
comps haven't had any experience with them.

Saving pennies Raining Brass, the P-07 is next to be cut and comped.

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Re: Primary Machine's CZ Stealth Comp
« Reply #110 on: November 14, 2017, 09:53:08 PM »
Not to derail the thread but since some people think power steering is cool and all but is s bit ridiculous for everyday driving and should be left for race cars

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Re: Primary Machine's CZ Stealth Comp
« Reply #111 on: November 14, 2017, 10:37:07 PM »
Definitely makes a difference with the comp.
Have them on two P-09's.

As an aside, Primary Machines work is top notch.

I recently had two slides milled for dots,
the mill work and the Nitride finish are fantastic.

It is obvious that the people who negatively view the dots and
comps haven't had any experience with them.

Saving pennies Raining Brass, the P-07 is next to be cut and comped.

Looking forward to it! :)