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  1. Yea.. that 125GR Sig JHP is the only bullet I use for the last 5 years. I like it way better than the 124GR JHP (TC) and use it in .3SC and 9MM (PPC 160 PF).
  2. open and tac-optics:
  3. I have about 7,000 rounds on a Geissele B-GRF, No issues yet.
  4. .198 is standard for castings. Most custom builders us a billet and or hardened .200. .197 is undersized, if the lugs were fit correctly to a .197 then you may have a tighter lock up on the bigger diameter or you may have a interference in the lock up. going to a smaller diameter from what was used for the initial lock up can cause issues with link breakage. End result is if you change from what the gun was built with the following needs to be checked: lock up on the bottom feet lock up on the top ribs link clearance rear and down barrel lug impact to the frame ramp on unlock ( I.E Timing)
  5. Trojan in .40 Cal is discontinued... the ONLY .40 Cal Single Stack available now from STI is the DVC Classic... Makes no sense to me, have to wonder what is happening @ STI lately.
  6. Ready for Area 2
  7. That Holosun 510c has the same latch in the mount as the Sig Romeo 4B that I sent back twice for failure to stay locked while firing.
  8. commonsense in the industry is 99.5% that the Sig and the Holosun are made in the same factory.... just saying.
  9. So you are calling out Schumann, STI ,KKM and any other manufacturer that sells a short chambered .355 barrel as not knowing what they are doing.. That pretty much leave the Schumann AET and BarSto finish chambered barrels as the only barrels that are correct using your logic. yes A finish reamer has Zero effect on the rear of the chamber when used: "reaming a 9mm to 38 super/supercomp is not a great way to go. The dimensions at the base of 9mm is larger so your brass will bulge" The rear chamber dimension is set by the manufacturer. typicality it is set to the low end of 9x19 ( .0391 -.007 = .384) .38 supper is .384 -.006 = .378 The tolerances of 9x19 9x23 and .38 Super over lap that is why the a short chambered .355 barrel is sold and works.
  10. So you are calling out Schumann, STI ,KKM and any other manufacturer that sells a short chambered .355 barrel as not knowing what they are doing.. That pretty much leave the Schumann AET and BarSto finish chambered barrels as the only barrels that are correct using your logic.
  11. I have all 3 lengths: 3ea 170mm 2ea 155mm 3ea 140mm what I use and when depends on the stage breakdown and my plan. If I could only buy 3 mags to start I would do: 1ea 170mm 2ea 155mm Barney off one of the 155's that becomes your "oh shit" mag in position 3 use the 170 and the other 155 in whatever order the stage breakdown and your plan indicates. 140's are good for classifiers and the rare stage where you shoot 8-12 then reload. If I am shooting moor than 12 I am starting with a bigger mag
  12. Add Leupold LCO to that list.
  13. I have 2 identical guns and a third that I am currently doing some experimentation with. If it works out I will do a twin later this year and have 2 sets of twins.
  14. Couldn't get Gen 1's to run 100% in my Gen 2. lucked in to a even trade on hear with a guy needing Gen1's