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munkeeboi 07-22-2018 6:50 AM

To my understanding, Pistols could not be registered as frame only as it’s neither exempt or on the safe handgun list.

You needed to register as a complete bolt action single shot

21guns 07-22-2018 8:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by munkeeboi (Post 21909268)
To my understanding, Pistols could not be registered as frame only as itís neither exempt or on the safe handgun list.

You needed to register as a complete bolt action single shot

This is not correct either. You can register as a semi auto. Your confusing legally obtaining a firearm with the voluntary registration process.
The system ask when you obtained the firearm for many it was years ago and many configurations ago.
Be honest and list it in its current configuration.
Some may be moving from a free state.
Some made a bolt action handgun 2 years ago.
Itís all the same and perfectly legal.

The only realistic scenario to list as a single shot/bolt action is if your applying for a serial number and havenít built it yet.
Or
You really never changed it since you originally build it.

RuMasco 07-23-2018 11:41 PM

How much does the insert weigh? Was thinking of building another and curious if the insert fufills the 3.7oz

docflash 07-24-2018 12:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RuMasco (Post 21916422)
How much does the insert weigh? Was thinking of building another and curious if the insert fufills the 3.7oz


There isn't such a requirement for this build. The 3.7oz requirement is for firearms manufactured from polymer plastic. The firearm in this case is the stainless steel Fire Control Unit, or insert. The FCU inserts in a polymer grip module, but the grip module isn't the firearm so the 3.7oz requirement doesn't come into play here.

Also, the law regarding the 3.7oz requirement states that the metal involved has to be 17-4 PH stainless steel, and the P320 80% insert is not made of 17-4 PH stainless steel so it wouldn't qualify in any case.

Neezy 07-24-2018 5:46 PM

Question for those that completed their 320s

Sig P320

Aside from the FCU, is this everything else I'd need?

21guns 07-24-2018 5:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Neezy (Post 21919641)
Question for those that completed their 320s

Sig P320

Aside from the FCU, is this everything else I'd need?

Your gonna need everything.

Hitman2002 07-24-2018 6:15 PM

I have been told that my Jig will ship tomorrow. I can't be the only one who has yet to receive their jig?

nubrun 07-25-2018 9:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Neezy (Post 21919641)
Question for those that completed their 320s

Sig P320

Aside from the FCU, is this everything else I'd need?

You would also need the FCU completion parts which run about $250. I would talk with Chris, I think he can get you a package that is cheaper overall.

Neezy 07-25-2018 10:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nubrun (Post 21921761)
You would also need the FCU completion parts which run about $250. I would talk with Chris, I think he can get you a package that is cheaper overall.

Got in contact with him already thanks. Debating if I should just go with a full X5 kit. I originally planned on a Fullsize RX upper but with a X5 lower, but I think X5 kit and get the Romeo 1 is a more logical approach.

Ocbc 07-25-2018 1:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Neezy (Post 21922108)
Got in contact with him already thanks. Debating if I should just go with a full X5 kit. I originally planned on a Fullsize RX upper but with a X5 lower, but I think X5 kit and get the Romeo 1 is a more logical approach.

You won't regret the X5 kit. Amazing! Plus it has 4 mags......

RuMasco 07-25-2018 7:30 PM

I don't regret my x5 kit.....I do regret my xcarry kit now that Chris has some v tac kits available

Ocbc 07-25-2018 8:36 PM

CLOSED -Sig P320 80% Build Kit Group Buy -CLOSED
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by RuMasco (Post 21924017)
I don't regret my x5 kit.....I do regret my xcarry kit now that Chris has some v tac kits available



Iím looking for a PPT xCarry. Canít put a home build on the CCW. The prices though are outrageous.

The VTacs are beautiful!!


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pensiveape 07-25-2018 11:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RuMasco (Post 21924017)
I don't regret my x5 kit.....I do regret my xcarry kit now that Chris has some v tac kits available

Why do you regret the x-carry?

RuMasco 07-26-2018 4:58 AM

I don't CC.
I prefer full-size
Been wanting a vtac since i found out about the group buy started and gave up on trying to get when the deadline got closer

Shoots greath though

nubrun 07-26-2018 7:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RuMasco (Post 21924844)
I don't CC.
I prefer full-size
Been wanting a vtac since i found out about the group buy started and gave up on trying to get when the deadline got closer

Shoots greath though

Maybe post up your x-carry parts in the marketplace and see if you sell them and then buy a VTAC?

RuMasco 07-26-2018 8:56 AM

I'm gonna save my pennies and build a vtac to complete my sig colllection

sitruc 07-27-2018 9:20 PM

I don't understand the point of the VTAC besides the sights, which you can easily swap out, when being compared to the XCarry. XCarry accepts the ROMEO1 whereas the VTAC does not, which seems like it gives you more options.

If you wanted a full-length slide, the X5 is probably the best P320 out there.

ontmark 07-31-2018 7:58 PM

Tag to research

tsoiky 08-01-2018 4:00 PM

Any vendor sells the reduce power springs kit? The X5 trigger is little disappointed. As a duty gun is fine... but as a competition gun, the trigger sucks.

I donít want to spend $100+ for graygun trigger kit. I just wanna play with the trigger spring and sear springs. Any vendor?


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Chetters 08-13-2018 1:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hitman2002 (Post 21919770)
I have been told that my Jig will ship tomorrow. I can't be the only one who has yet to receive their jig?

Have you received your jig yet? I haven't received mine yet. I ordered it in April with the original order.

Chris has not replied to or acknowledged any of my emails or DMs about it.

Hitman2002 08-13-2018 1:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chetters (Post 21993350)
Have you received your jig yet? I haven't received mine yet. I ordered it in April with the original order.

Chris has not replied to or acknowledged any of my emails or DMs about it.

Yes. I suggest you text him. Seems to work best.

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F&F FIREARMS 08-13-2018 5:23 PM

Chatters email me. If it fell through the crack I'll ship it today!!

Chetters 08-14-2018 10:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by F&F FIREARMS (Post 21994073)
Chatters email me. If it fell through the crack I'll ship it today!!

Hi Chris,
I sent an Email and DM. Please tell me if there is any other information you need. Thank you for following up.

mikeinla 08-28-2018 1:16 PM

Do I need to cut this tab off????


https://i.imgur.com/HOEluFJl.jpg

nubrun 08-28-2018 1:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikeinla (Post 22050465)
Do I need to cut this tab off????





https://i.imgur.com/HOEluFJl.jpg



Yes and notch the rear of the insert. Follow these instructions:
Www.80percenter.com


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mikeinla 09-03-2018 10:41 AM

Anyone around Los Angeles area that can take a look at my 80%?? Having issues with rubbing on the slide. The slide lock also does not seem to catch like it is suppose to.


https://i.imgur.com/NJf4Grhl.jpg

nubrun 09-03-2018 10:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikeinla (Post 22072080)
Anyone around Los Angeles area that can take a look at my 80%?? Having issues with rubbing on the slide. The slide lock also does not seem to catch like it is suppose to.





https://i.imgur.com/NJf4Grhl.jpg



You didnít trim the rear of the insert like the instructions noted. The safety isnít going down.


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mikeinla 09-03-2018 10:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nubrun (Post 22072085)
You didn’t trim the rear of the insert like the instructions noted. The safety isn’t going down.


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I did...…??

https://i.imgur.com/WOARZ9rl.jpg

19K 09-05-2018 10:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikeinla (Post 22072161)

it looks like you need to file more off on the left compared to the instructions.

step 11 http://80percenter.com/jsd-supply-p3...ert-completion

mikeinla 09-05-2018 10:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 19K (Post 22079107)
it looks like you need to file more off on the left compared to the instructions.

step 11 http://80percenter.com/jsd-supply-p3...ert-completion

The safety is not hitting the metal. I have talked to several people who did not cut off any of the metal and have had no function problems.

https://i.imgur.com/OWPGIKMl.jpg

BrassCase 09-05-2018 4:28 PM

I would suggest that you disassemble the FCU and then reassemble slowly watching the video. At that point if it still isn't working you can check that off the list as a possible issue and move on. Things like this usually turn out to be something really simple that was just overlooked.

mikeinla 09-05-2018 10:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BrassCase (Post 22080480)
I would suggest that you disassemble the FCU and then reassemble slowly watching the video. At that point if it still isn't working you can check that off the list as a possible issue and move on. Things like this usually turn out to be something really simple that was just overlooked.

Already done that 4 times:confused::confused::confused:

19K 09-06-2018 3:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikeinla (Post 22081743)
Already done that 4 times:confused::confused::confused:

what does it do when you move it by hand?

jctheguy 09-07-2018 7:59 AM

"After filing it is important to make sure that the safety lever depressed completely as shown in the image* below. If it doesnít see where it is hitting and file more."

http://80percenter.com/jsd-supply-p3...ert-completionhttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...dd61c80f1f.jpg

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mikeinla 09-07-2018 9:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jctheguy (Post 22086154)
"After filing it is important to make sure that the safety lever depressed completely as shown in the image* below. If it doesn’t see where it is hitting and file more."

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It does not go that far down
It is not hitting the bottom
Nothing left to file

https://i.imgur.com/l48l9uWl.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/OWPGIKMl.jpg

Hitman2002 09-07-2018 11:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikeinla (Post 22086488)
It does not go that far down
It is not hitting the bottom
Nothing left to file

https://i.imgur.com/l48l9uWl.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/OWPGIKMl.jpg

I notice a small cutout here that I do not see on yours. Is it hitting here?https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...1f3d12186c.jpg

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turtlespeed 09-07-2018 11:51 PM

I had a similar issue with the safety not going down enough also. What I noticed was when tightening the jig down, it caused the sides of the FCU to bend inward a bit causing all the parts to sit more snugly on top of each other. Bending the sides outward a bit allowed the safety to drop lower and I was able to rack the slide with ease.
Hope this helps. Good luck.

docflash 09-09-2018 8:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikeinla (Post 22086488)
It does not go that far down
It is not hitting the bottom
Nothing left to file

https://i.imgur.com/l48l9uWl.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/OWPGIKMl.jpg

The part marked with red near your thumb is the disconnector. With all of the parts removed from the housing, the disconnector should move to its upper and lower limits freely. Is this true in your case?

If it doesn't move freely with all parts removed then what is restricting it? If it moves freely with all the parts out but doesn't when they are installed then what part is it hitting?

I know the above seems obvious, but I'm just thinking how to troubleshoot it.


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