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    Ryan Markley

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  1. Maxxtech on the left and a freedom on the right
  2. I did the same thing. Ba9.5 needed .5gr more than my N320 loads and had a bit more snap. The SD's were better than the N320/PV loads and also metered very well. It would probably be a better/cleaner replacement for people who like HP38/231.
  3. I'm pretty sure you can't reload these. I tried resizing one and it was like hitting a berdan primed case.
  4. I've set aside a few rounds with a couple different bullets to see if there is any growth and so far nothing. I use a U-die so the tension is bit better than the Dillon I was using.
  5. It's really full! I've been riding the index hole with my thumb to help soften the snap. It took some time to get the feel for it but it's not too bad.
  6. I used this this data for the first time the other day and I have to agree. I shot five different powders, all making 170ish Pf, and the 3n38 was definitely the one. You just have to be a tad bit more patient and gentle while loading.
  7. I emailed Dillon a video of my sdb ram wobbling and they sent me a rebuild kit with new bearings and bushings for the whole machine. Good as new.
  8. I used an inline fab ergo handle and ultra mount with my case fed 550 with no issues.
  9. Interesting. My 130 avg PF for all three were; 3.1(PV), 3.3(N320), 3.7(BA9.5). 1.140 oal H&S 147gr SP01
  10. I'm doing the same thing. I'll probably drill out a hole or make a hollow bolt just in case. I'm digging how deep/consistent the primers are seating now.
  11. Nicely done! I prefer the long slide as well.
  12. Yes
  13. I didn't weigh it before the cut but now it's 13.3oz
  14. Here's mine. I took a couple thou off the inside of the dust cover just below the frame rail and the radius. I also had to reprofile the "peanut" on the barrel to match my shadow barrel.