5.2.3 Unless otherwise specified in the written stage briefing, the belt carrying the holster and all allied equipment must be worn at waist level. The belt or the inner belt or both must be either permanently sewn at the waist, or secured with a minimum of three belt loops attached to shorts or trousers.
188.8.131.52 Female competitors in all Divisions are subject to the same conditions as above, except that the belt carrying the holster and all allied equipment may be worn at hip level. If another belt is worn at waist level, the holster and all allied equipment must be placed on the lower belt.
The slides will fit both Gen 3 and Gen 4 frames. There will be a cosmetic gap that does not impact performance.
The barrels can be used in both Gen 3 and Gen 4 Glocks.
The dimensions of the after market slides are the same as a factory Glock slide.
Barrels cannot be shipped directly to the end user, and must be shipped to their nominated firearms dealer.
Slides cannot be shipped directly to the end user, and must be shipped to their nominated firearms dealer.
The main difference between the drop in kit and the ultimate kit is that the ultimate kit includes the ZEV Skeletonized Striker.
CZ Pistols have a 5.5mm front sight as standard from the factory, with the exception of the Kadet and TS, which have a 7.5mm high sight.
The SP-01 Shadow and the SP-01 Shadow Duo Tone are 1.5mm. The Shadow Australia and Shadow Orange are 1mm.
The CZ OEM Adjustable Rear Sight SP-01 Shadow (1081-0011) requires a front sight between 7.0mm and 8.0mm.
The CZ OEM LPA Adjustable Rear Sight 75 SP-01 can be used with the factory front sight.
No, special instructions such as "Leave at front door" or "Call before delivery" cannot be added to parcels with Australia Post. Special instructions can only be added to TNT shipments, which must be placed through calling the office.
The maximum weight per consignment is 22kg. For larger, bulk orders, TNT can be used via calling the office to place your order.
Physically, a conventional recoil spring as coils that are all equally spaced apart, except for the ends. The coils on a variable recoil spring as spaced differently, with one end closer together, and the other end with coils spaced further apart.
Functionally, the springs store energy differently. A conventional spring stores energy in a straight line, and a variable recoil spring stores energy on a curve.
Gun performance is a key indicator for when the springs should be changed. If experiencing issues, such as misfiring, poor cartridge feeding, frequent jams, improper ejection, breeching, or light hammer indents, it may be a sign of damaged or fatigued recoil springs. Wolff springs are expected to be stable for thousands of rounds.