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Woodworking, metalworking, electronics, computers, programming, audio/video, rc planes, model building, photography, shooting, and everything that makes my head turn. All I need is 72 hours in a day!

11 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Lanzer!

    Wow, I agree with you about 72 hours a day and we have quite a bit in common! You are a bit more diversified than I am cause I am not into programing or planes, but I love my quads!

    If you have time, I would like to talk to you about the Harvey Deprimer,

    Thanks,

    Roger

  2. Howdy!!
    I have a PPQ and love it bit would like to get the trigger to around 4lbs.
    Can you suggest a source for springs???
    Tried the ones in the Home depot kit you suggest but they tend to yield a pull weight of around 2.5lbs which is too light for me.

    Thanks!!

  3. Lanzer,

    What where your measurements of the Recon TM frame? I’m debating scraping mine and getting a different one. Thickness on the right side of tang is .02 more than the left. The barrel lug area is fine an mic out the same.

    I installed a 1911 Builders beavertail and it fits fine. Debating if I should go forward with the build.

    • Sorry I went to check on my frame then something came up and I forgot to reply. Yes mine was off by a little also, but I was able to put everything together just fine, and as it doesn’t affect accuracy, it didn’t bother me. Hope you had fun building yours!

  4. Hi Lanzer,
    I am happy that I found your articles. I own PPQ M2 and recently I bought also Q5. I am very happy with these pistols. I have alredy did trigger mod to my PPQ and adjusted creep for Q5 (it was much worse than for my older PPQ). Thanks for sharing your knowledge!
    I am really impressed with your comparison of HK VP9 and PPQ triggers. Great work!

  5. Hi, I wanted to thank you for all the incredible info you’ve put out about PPQ tweaks… I’ve made all of them to my Q5, except for polishing the sear and adjusting the creep. I do not have access to a drill press, and don’t trust either myself or the local gunsmith to drill into my sear housing. If you’re not too busy, is this something you may be able to help with? I would of course pay all shipping charges and whatever fee you feel is reasonable.

    I understand if you are too busy or simply don’t want to, but I thought I would ask. Regardless, thanks for reading this, and feel free to email me if you get the chance.

    Thanks again!

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