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Criterion Tactical; 1 day tactical pistol/carbine Sep 14th, 2013

Cri-Tac ·
Join Criterion Tactical and Progressive Combat Skills Training for a 1 day Tactical Pisol/Carbine course. Designed for the intermediate shooter, destined to be come a master of his/her handling skills.When: Sep 14th Where: Dripping Springs, Texas...
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LMS Defense Pistol Clinic - Okanogan WA - Sep 26

Scimitar2 ·
  The Pistol 1 course will teach weapon manipulation, marksmanship fundamentals, combat stress management, movement, use of cover, fighting from unusual positions, ground gun fighting, concealed weapon tactics and continuing self training tools....
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Redback One 2-Day Combat Carbine: Oct. 25-26, 2014 - Virginia Beach, VA

Jason Falla ·
Description: This course is the first in a series of courses taken from the Redback Shooting System (RSS). As a level 1 course, it is used for familiarization training and is designed to provide the shooter with a solid grounding in the core skills and fundamentals to safely carry, control, handle and operate the handgun. Prerequisites: N/A Learning Objectives: 1. Firearms Safety 2. Characteristics 3. Nomenclature 4. Marksmanship Fundamentals 5. Stripping & Assembly 6. Care &...
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Redback One 2-Day Combat Carbine: Sept. 29-30, 2014 - Portland, OR

Jason Falla ·
Description: This course is the first in a series of courses taken from the Redback Shooting System (RSS). As a level 1 course, it is used for familiarization training and is designed to provide the shooter with a solid grounding in the core skills and fundamentals to safely carry, control, handle and operate the handgun. Prerequisites: N/A Learning Objectives: 1. Firearms Safety 2. Characteristics 3. Nomenclature 4. Marksmanship Fundamentals 5. Stripping & Assembly 6. Care &...
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Redback One - Close Quarters Combat Shooting Course (25-27 Sept Dallas, TX)

Jason Falla ·
(OPEN ENROLLMENT) 3-DAY CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT SHOOTING COURSE Course Description: The 3-Day Pistol Carbine course is designed to provide students with advanced skills in the employment of the primary and secondary weapon systems. This demanding and fast-paced course will provide the student with progressive learning by applying advanced techniques to marksmanship fundamentals. The course will require students to combine both weapons and conduct diagnostic assessments and evaluations...
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Redback One - Dynamic Close Quarters Combat Course (19-21 Oct Jacksonville, FL)

Jason Falla ·
MILITARY & LAW ENFORCEMENT ONLY COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Dynamic CQC course has been designed to teach military, law enforcement and select vetted Government Security Contractors the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures of dynamic close quarters room combat. Dynamic clearance forms the basis of all CQB tactics and is seen as the foundation of successful time sensitive close quarters combat. Dynamic clearance course is an essential training module that should be attended prior to other...
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Re: Redback One 2-Day Combat Carbine: Oct. 25-26, 2014 - Virginia Beach, VA

MickFury ·
Hey Jason, Just a heads up Brother - you have the 2 Day Combat Carbine in the title / image, but the text is for a pistol course.
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Re: Redback One 2-Day Combat Carbine: Oct. 25-26, 2014 - Virginia Beach, VA

Jason Falla ·
Thanks for that, I appreciate the heads up!
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Re: Redback One 2-Day Combat Carbine: Oct. 25-26, 2014 - Virginia Beach, VA

Jason Falla ·
CORRECT COURSE DESCRIPTION Description: The objective of this course is to increase the existing individual skills of each student in combat marksmanship. Students will be introduced to new concepts and skills designed to increase speed, efficiency and accuracy while maintaining a focus on the combat application of each drill. Students will conduct collective progressive training under instructor supervision in order to gain proficiency prior to the testing phase. The testing phase will...
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Re: Redback One 2-Day Combat Carbine: Sept. 29-30, 2014 - Portland, OR

Jason Falla ·
CORRECT COURSE DESCRIPTION - The one above is incorrect and reflects pistol. Description: The objective of this course is to increase the existing individual skills of each student in combat marksmanship. Students will be introduced to new concepts and skills designed to increase speed, efficiency and accuracy while maintaining a focus on the combat application of each drill. Students will conduct collective progressive training under instructor supervision in order to gain proficiency prior...
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Re: Redback One - Dynamic Close Quarters Combat Course (19-21 Oct Jacksonville, FL)

Jason Falla ·
No problems Mohican, understood. I would like to release a DVD at some point for sure.
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Re: Redback One - Dynamic Close Quarters Combat Course (19-21 Oct Jacksonville, FL)

mohican ·
For sure Fernando Coelho and his crew at Panteao Productions are the way to go for a DVD. Just for clarification, when I said this course it's out of my reach I mean it's too far away. Living in Spainistan is a problem to get training in the USA. But some day the chance will arrive. For example, I win the lottery, I move to the USA.
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Re: Redback One - Dynamic Close Quarters Combat Course (19-21 Oct Jacksonville, FL)

mohican ·
That looks a great training experience. Unfortunately it's out of my reach. It would be great you joining the Panteao crew so those who can't attend your training could learn from you by means of footage.
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Redback One - Carbine Operator Course, Academi Training Center, Moyock, NC (20-24 June)

Jason Falla ·
• Course: 5-Day Combat Carbine Operator • Dates: June 20-24 • Cost: $950.00 • Facility: Academi Training Center • Pre-requisite: NIL • Limited Seats so book yours now! • Extras: On site lodging, weapons rental, equipment rental, and meals are all available at student request. Bookings will be through the Redback One webpage: http://www.redbackone.com/schedule_full.cfm Enrollment Link is up and running now! COURSE DESCRIPTION Introduction: The objective of this course is to increase the...
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HK LEM Trigger

IdahoMike ·
Okay Boys, I am getting nostolgic for some reason and and looking at getting an HK USP Custom Combat here locally. The USP was my first pistol I ever owned. Saved all my sheckles and the Old Man picked it up for me when I was 19. Since I was young and dumb I sold it a few years later for something else cause I didn't know what I wanted. Now I am still dumb, and still don't know what I want so I am asking yall. This pistol has the LEM trigger, I've read all about it from google but am looking...
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IdahoMike ·
Whats the reset like? Is there a bunch of pretravle again on the second press?
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pr24guy ·
Think of having an inch of deadspace before feeling resistance on the trigger. The hammer will be back but there no resistance. I don't like them for duty myself. It was issued in my department. I think of it like staging the hammer on a revolver.
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IdahoMike ·
Thanks for the good info. I am still on the fence. Meh, decisions decisions.
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GNX ·
I picked up a NIB USP in .40 from guy divesting himself from .40 & DA/SA type guns. The DA trigger pull was heavy and not even close to the smooth I'd hoped for. Off to HK USA it went, after conferring to a now since retired LE rep, who suggested a Light LEM be installed which definetely improved trigger pull alot! It was well worth it. Much easier to shoot and control. That being said , I found the grip to large for me and sold it after about 700 rounds. I think the LEM is an attempt to...
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IdahoMike ·
I saw that vid, it looks as if in reset he rides the trigger past the actual reset, making it look longer. The guy is going to meet me at the range and let me shoot it first, I don't know why I want one again but I do so I hope I like the trigger, if not oh well I'll just have to buy a 1911... Thanks for the info boys!
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pr24guy ·
Reset is where the trigger starts to feel tight or pressure. If you let your trigger go forward then you have to go through the trigger slack again. If you keep the trigger depressed after recoil , the reset is about 1/4 inch forward.
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pr24guy ·
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZAgPOfUVmM This video gives a good show of what it is like. Watch the hammer as he talks about the reset.
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Re: HK LEM Trigger

XTCBX ·
I carry a .40 P2000 w LEM (heavy) at work and do not like it. That may be some of the grass is greener and I have no choice in the matter coming through. It's a ton of take up, you hit a wall and eventually if you keep on pressing it goes bang. The trigger reset may be close to a mile? I can shoot it accurately OR fast. There is a balance between the two that leaves you with a pistol that is meh compared to a lot of other guns out there. That all being said I'm fully confident in it and feel...
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XTCBX ·
1911
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IdahoMike ·
Yes very ninjy. I have shot them but never owned one. Too many guns I'd like to have and not enough moneys
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Default.mp3 ·
Something to consider with the USP LEM is that the USP can also be converted to LEM/Match hybrid, a configuration that you cannot obtain in any other platform, though you can get halfway there with the USP Compact; the P-series and HK45 series do not have a match trigger available to them. I know there are some folks that claim that the LEM/Match hybrid is the best factory trigger that H&K has ever put out. This configuration can be had from the factory with the USP Combat Competition...
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Re: HK LEM Trigger

Moustache_6 ·
I'm a big fan of the "variant 9" configuration on HK hammer fired guns. Installing the V9 detent plate will deactivate the decocking function of the safety lever, allowing you to ride your thumb on it like a 1911 without accidentally decocking the pistol (V9 detent plate cost less than $10) . Another nice change/upgrade is the HK factory USP Match Grade Trigger Kit, which will cost around $110. After about $130 (or less) in parts and about an hour or two of your time, you'll have a trigger...
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IdahoMike ·
Lots of good info. Thanks Bros. I am going to go shoot this thing tonight. Maybe I'll have a new peice to sling lead with.
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Dagga Boy ·
His may also help: https://pistol-training.com/archives/8549
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Consigliere ·
I'm a exposed hammer, SA/DA , thumb safety guy all day long. I would not purposely buy any other variant. But in trading with another member here last year, one of the HKs in the deal was a P30 LEM light. This one was worked on by the late Todd Green and is a combination of various parts including springs that he found to make the best LEM trigger. It is NUTS. So smooth on the take up, very predictable release and as someone above mentioned very short reset if you know the trigger. Again,...
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Re: HK LEM Trigger

Dagga Boy ·
Interesting responses..... i am a huge LEM fan as a people management trigger, which is very different than a shooting trigger. Some triggers are easier to shoot.....which also makes them easier to shoot, even when we don't want to. Some triggers are better to shoot at faster speeds than you can assess or even react. The light LEM's are one of my favorite triggers for shooting realistic street speeds, for dealing with realistic force scenario problems. The Combat Competions had good triggers...
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IdahoMike ·
Yep so the USP is just as big a brick as I remember... lol. It turns out it's not a Custom Combat but a Combat Competition. I am kinda digging this trigger. Too bad I have to go tdy for the next 30 days so I won't be able to stretch it's legs until I get back.
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Default.mp3 ·
Generally, kinda. It'll tell you the factory variant, but then you'll have to see which variant is which version of LEM, which does not hold across the product lines, e.g. , V7 in HK45s and USPs are the heavy LEM (sorta for the USP; the original USP V7 were DAO, but the new production are LEM), but there is no V7 for the P-series. I believe these to be the typical factory configurations: HK45 V7: heavy LEM USP V7: heavy LEM (or DAO, if you get an old enough gun) USP Combat Competition:...
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Bart Noir ·
And here I thought a LEM was a LEM. If I look at the box will the labeling tell me which version of LEM I actually have?
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3 gun mods for a SD/Combat Shotgun?

CReynolds ·
I have been reading up on all the mods that 3 gunners do on their shotguns and I wondered what, if any, have application to a SD/combat shotgun. Obviously, I am not going to put a huge mag tube on it, but I wondered what the forum thought of back boring and lengthening the forcing cone. It seems to me these would have application on the SC/Combat shotgun, but I didn't know if they cause malfunction problems in semi-autos. I primarily shoot a M1S90, although I have some pumps and overunders.
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XTCBX ·
Opening the loading port is a great mod (especially if you are going to load twins or quads), if you’re just going to stuff them in one at a time from the bottom I don’t know how much utility it would be. I don’t think it would have any effect on reliability during hard use. If I was going to do up a full SD / work SG I’d open the port a bit, put on a reasonable length tube, make sure the bolt & safety were easy to manipulate, toss on a light & sling and go. (& It’d probably all...
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XTCBX ·
Totally forgot about welding up the lifter...yes, do that. I believe Carbon Arms makes a part that attaches to your lifter with industrial adhesive that is cheap and basically does the same thing as welding it up if you want to give it a try without committing.
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MDJudge ·
Back boring and lengthening the forcing cone (in my opinion ) is no longer necessary if you are running Flight Control. The patterns are outstanding (maybe too tight depending on your situation). If your M1S90 has a forked lifter I would absolutely suggest a welded one, makes loading much easier and you won't pinch yourself anymore. Extended tubes that don't extend past the muzzle are a good idea as they offer more capacity without any additional length. Bigger safety and bolt release...
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Fred1 ·
I added a surefire p2x fury in a AVA MOD1 mount to my Benelli M4 and it is a nice setup. Not sure what options they offer for the M1S90.
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CReynolds ·
What about the Taran Tactical carrier? Is this the same as a "lifter" discussed above? Looks like no welding required. http://tarantacticalinnovation...de-extended-carrier/
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CReynolds ·
Thanks everyone for the feed back. Although I have not shot 3 gun in a while, when I did it was with a stock M1S90, stock SIG226 and an iron sighted Colt 6920 (yes, it has been a while). I used cover when reloading and didn't care about my scores. My feeling was the same as many above. It was training. If I run 3 gun again, I will keep the same philosophy. But I think I will mod out one of my Benelli's a little at a time.
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Dorsai ·
I have an M1S90. I fantasize about setting it up for 3 gun, but the reality is, if I do that, I'm doing it for fun, not to win. And frankly, I think for my purposes, shooting the match with a defense oriented gun, in a tactically sound, not game driven manner, is the way I'll go. The Taran carrier is useful because it eliminates the widely discussed issue of getting your thumb caught by that U notch when loading the magazine. Some relief of the loading port also makes sense, but I won't go...
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Moustache_6 ·
Not just the Benelli, but also for the Beretta 1301, Franchi Affinity, Stoeger m3000, FN SPL, CZ 712, Remington 870, Mossberg 500, etc., etc..
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Dagga Boy ·
The Matchsaver type holder is one modification a couple of my guns are getting. Mainly to get the empty gun reload done easier because I run a Aimpoint on several of my guns The interferes with going over the top. The key to the competition stuff is to match the components and mods to your actual needs and not the needs of someone trying to win a game that is very technology driven. Much of what is on our cars today came out of the racing world. Again, this is the same. Some of this stuff...
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Moustache_6 ·
@CREYNOLDS Enlarging of the loading port can range from mild to wild, and anything in between: It might not be the best idea to have an extreme loading port mod. done on a duty gun, but a mildly enlarged and polished port would provide benefit without gear snagging the lifter or increased foreign debris entrance. If you don't feel comfortable doing the work yourself then you could give MOA Precision LLC or Benny Hill (Triangle Shooting Sports) consideration, both offer less "extreme" loading...
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XTCBX ·
That’s basically a pre-welded carrier, same thing as having yours done without the wait time.
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Dagga Boy ·
Depends on the gun and a balance of needs. I love the M1S90. Having run and supported the gun for decades in LE SWAT service and my personal guns, I found leaving them alone is the best bet. They will do everything you need for a HD/SD role without anything. You won’t be 3 gun fast, but you will Be assessment speed fast for any real need. I find they are not worth spending the money on. On a newer platform, I bought a M2 3 gun model with all the mods done from Benelli. I added a Nordic mag...
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MDJudge ·
This is what I have on my M2, works great.
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Moustache_6 ·
Then you won't be getting much out of it
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CReynolds ·
Why do you think so?
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