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Old 09-25-2009, 20:22   #1
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For those who have experienced the 1911/ 2011 platform, we would typically have tinkered with the recoil system whether put an extended recoil spring guide, change the weight rating of the spring and added shok buffs. In the SPO1, would one recommend to put a shok buff and what spring load would be appropriate to handle your typical IPSC loads for both production and standard?

Another is, what adjustable sight can be fitted on it? bomar?
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Old 09-25-2009, 23:49   #2
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For PROD: You can use a steel GR with an 11 lbs recoil spring (i have not seen a buff that would fit an SPO1) and use the CZ custom shop sights and hammer.
For STD: Anything goes as long as it fits in the box.

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Old 09-27-2009, 18:53   #3
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For those who have experienced the 1911/ 2011 platform, we would typically have tinkered with the recoil system whether put an extended recoil spring guide, change the weight rating of the spring and added shok buffs. In the SPO1, would one recommend to put a shok buff and what spring load would be appropriate to handle your typical IPSC loads for both production and standard?

Another is, what adjustable sight can be fitted on it? bomar?
partner, bring bring your sp-01 to metrillo and tell them your concerns. they made fantastic changes to mine.
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partner, bring bring your sp-01 to metrillo and tell them your concerns. they made fantastic changes to mine.
Bulong mo naman, like what sorts did he suggest to you?
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Bulong mo naman, like what sorts did he suggest to you?
Actually i had them change my rec springs and install steel guide rods (recoil buster their name for it) all for P3,500/ not bad a deal, made me happy, which is our bottom line! :supergrin
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Friendly Tip of the Day :

If your going to mess w/ the trigger pull, bili ka na rin ng 500mg ponstan
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Friendly Tip of the Day :

If your going to mess w/ the trigger pull, bili ka na rin ng 500mg ponstan
For headache or finger ache?
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For those who have experienced the 1911/ 2011 platform, we would typically have tinkered with the recoil system whether put an extended recoil spring guide, change the weight rating of the spring and added shok buffs. In the SPO1, would one recommend to put a shok buff and what spring load would be appropriate to handle your typical IPSC loads for both production and standard?
Are they production div legal?.. standard, no prob i think, except that in 9mm, it will score minor.
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Hello jim, have you decided already on the SPO1? Or the STI 2011? Just curious...(",)
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Are they production div legal?.. standard, no prob i think, except that in 9mm, it will score minor.
I've asked around and it appears it is production legal. You are correct, it can be used for standard pero talo, kasi minor scoring.
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Hello jim, have you decided already on the SPO1? Or the STI 2011? Just curious...(",)
Im giving the SPO1 a go...
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I've asked around and it appears it is production legal.
Kung original (from manufacturer) components ang gagamitin mo then it is legal in production.

Magazine, sights and grips lang ang puedeng aftermarket, with certain restrictions pa rin.
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I've asked around and it appears it is production legal.
Dont want to be picky here, just trying to help w/ the correct info.

Here's a snippet from the IPSC handgun rulebook:

19. Original parts and components offered by the OFM as standard equipment, or as an option, for a specific model
handgun on the IPSC approved handgun list are permitted, subject to the following:
19.1 Modifications to them, other than minor detailing (the removal of burrs and/or adjustments unavoidably
required in order to fit replacement OFM parts or components, and/or identifying marks which add or
remove negligible weight to/from magazines), are prohibited. Other prohibited modifications include
those which facilitate faster reloading (e.g. flared, enlarged and/or add-on magwells, etc.), changing the
original color and/or finish of a handgun, and/or adding stripes or other embellishments.
19.2 Base plates and/or any other devices which provide additional ammunition capacity (e.g. “+2” magazine
extensions), are prohibited.
19.3 Sights may be trimmed, adjusted and/or have sight black applied.
20. Aftermarket parts, components and accessories are prohibited, except as follows:
20.1 Aftermarket magazines which match the external dimensions of standard magazines offered by the OFM
for the approved handgun are permitted.
20.2 Aftermarket open sights (see Rule 5.1.3.1) are permitted, provided their installation and/or adjustment
requires no alteration to the handgun.
20.3 Aftermarket grips which match the profile of the OFM standard for the approved handgun and/or the
application of tape on grips (see Appendix F4) is permitted, however, rubber sleeves are prohibited.
21. A competitor who fails to comply with any of the requirements above will be subject to Rule 6.2.5.1


In the end its still your call.
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