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    Ktog

    Any body on KTOG, I need help, can't log in . . any advice?

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    When I first registered I had problems. The program would not recognise me.

    If I remember correctly it used my email address as my user name until I changed it. Been some time ago and I may not remember correctly,( its a 55+ thing.) I think that was the fix.

    Good luck.

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    Thanks, I'll Give it a try...

    Didn't work thank anyway.


    picking up a PF9in a couple of days, anything i should know,pros and cons?

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    Seems like KTOG registration goes thru Yahoo or something like that. It's different from most forums but don't remember details. Just lube the PF9 and give it a few hundred rds to breakin and get used to it. Some folks have problems w/limp wristing and blame gun. It will wear you out if you try to shoot a lot of rds thru it at one time. A 9mm in a 12+oz pistol takes some getting used to. Since breakin, I usually limit myself to 50rds per session....since I did that, no problems in either of mine.

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    Thanks for the info, The only problem I see. I might have to file down the trigger. It wants to pinch my finger on the trigger guard. I'm not dry firing it just taking up the slack there are sharp edges on it.

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    Yep, I smoothed up the end of triggers too. A little sandpaper where the inside of your thumb fits grip will help too.

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    I did a little work on the trigger,cut off about a 16th and smoothed it out with a fine file. Went to the range and put about 80 rnds through it, had to share some with the XD9sc. Anyway, had about three or four fail to something. WWB, load mag, put it in gun rack slide, pull trigger,bang,bang,bang,click,rack slide out ejects a good rnd,let slide go and bang,bang. I had some HP and no problems with them. I read that wwb was a little longer and they were. Need to read up on that fluff and buff stuff. I added a pachmayr slip on for better grip, the recoil was no where as bad as I read else where. Accuracy was good and will get better the more I shoot it. Overall I liked it way more than I thought I would. Its a good little gun.

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    You probably "short stroked" the trigger. Have to shoot it like DA revolver and let front of trigger finger slap inside/front of trigger guard between shots. Some folks used to Glock type triggers have problem getting used to trigger. Being used to fast DA revolver shooting helped me. You can short stroke them too.

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    Thats what I read on another site so I'll be out again with it in a couple of weeks for more break in time.

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    I had the same problem when I joined KTOG, and had to e-mail the administrator but they got it fixed straight away.

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