ty34984

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    David Elliott

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  1. I have been shooting open for years with 38 super comp as the caliber of choice. 2 guns identical. This past month I have had them both fitted with 9mm barrels and comps. Now I can just switch barrels whenever I feel the urge. Mags work with both
  2. Im betting he doesn't now what "major" is
  3. I just did mine myself $40.00 for the reamer and a little time. Also the pride of knowing you did it yourself
  4. Update, I did it fired a 9mm in my Super barrel. I'm glad to say it was uneventful but I don't think I will be doing it ever again.
  5. Run as fast as you can as far as you can away from that builder. 170 on the whole belt. I can miss faster and have plenty of rounds at hand
  6. Ok so if this works why would you change barrels or have a firearm with 2 top ends? I just don't get it, I have a hard time doing it just because (so-and-so) "insert whatever name you want" does and its not a problem. There has to be more to it. Sorry and you can call me stupid/dumb if you want. I'm wearing my big boy panties.
  7. After reading the link info, lets just act like I never asked about it. If you do it and it works great if not no worries.
  8. Ok now Im really confused
  9. Well I heard this for the first time yesterday and it has me wondering. I was reading that you can shoot a 9mm round out of the 38 super barrel. I get it they are the same size bullet, but I also thought that they headspaced off the case mouth. I would say super loaded to 1.240 and 9 to 1.165 it wont chamber properly not long enough to reach the end of the chamber forget abut the whole 9mm case being tapered and such, are you are relying on the extractor to hold the case to the breechface for the firing pin to do its work? Wont it just push it forward and not go off? Have a extractor that's tight as hell to hold it? What say you? Thanks for any insight
  10. I received 2 emails ..........1 for Limited and 1 for Open wooohoooooooo
  11. Wow Im on the other end of the spectrum. Wipe the gunk out add oil and keep shooting. I think the little extra gunk make the recoil feel better, maybe slows the slide down a bit, never had a dirty gun malfunction, bad ammo "high primers bad case " type stuff but never a dirt relater problem, I Agree with MarkCO "Clean the mags and stop using froglube"
  12. So true, I viewed on slow motion video all guns recoil up and down they look flat when shot but video doesn't lie "it how much makeup you put on the freckle" that will change the feeling. I had just never heard of "Stoked" lengthening the movement, I always was shorting the stroke to change the feel.
  13. Again, I would be interested in the "training" glk21c was at and what manufacture made that statement. To step on a limb I'm going to call "BS"
  14. Well you statement is snake oil. Shooters us them and like the way they change the FEEL of the gun under recoil. So they do something just not what you want. I guess I'm a do nothing guy, I have 2 a Wilson first then a dawson alum and it really changes the feel of recoil. Hence the interest of wanting longer slide movement when I have shortened mine. I will settle for a "to each their own" Thanks for you clarification of your statement. I would be curious to know who made that statement.
  15. I agree with you statement, I just wonder why the snake oil comment. Glk21C watching the topic but doesn't answer must just like stirring the pot rather then make a intelligent comment, or clarification of it.