fireman1776

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    Edmond, Oklahoma
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    Jacob Stangl

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  1. The arsenal is not production legal either. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. What other triggers have you tried for the Glock? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. He said on facebook that his machine broke and he had to order a new one. He said it'll be in next week. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Try shooting without a magazine and see if it ejects the empty cases properly. If it consistently ejects them you're good to go. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. ~1.130 After shooting these more and watching some video, they do produce some smoke but it doesn't seem as much. I've also been shooting outdoors a lot but I don't notice the smoke much. Also I haven't chronoed these loads. I just know that they function very reliably in my glocks. I'm on my second order of 1,000 bullets and don't plan on switching. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. If you mill the slide for a ff3 are you stuck with only that optic? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Overwatch precision offers an np3 plated one as well. It's no longer referred to as a 3.5 connector. Just a "-" or 4.5 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Sorry for the thread drift. I'll search for my question. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. What about a 19? Has anyone compared a 19 to a 17 or 34? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I was able to shoot these today. I used 3.7 grains of TG. Little to no smoke compared to bayous. These are my new bullets.
  11. I like the coating on these better than the bayou. It doesn't leave my hand/glove red like the bayous. I'm hoping to fire them this weekend. Of course that will be the ultimate test.
  12. Thanks for all the input guys! I think the easiest option for primers is to only put in what I'm going to load. This is my first progressive press so I needed to learn that one the hard way. So far I have just left the powder in there. Now that I know it's not going to hurt anything by doing so I feel much more comfortable leaving it that way. On a side note, progressive presses are amazing! Going from batch loading on a turret press to a progressive is Night and day difference. Last weekend I wanted to load up 100 rounds. That would have taken an hour with my old setup. I knocked it out in 20-25 mins and I am still in the "cautious" phase.
  13. Wow that's great to know. I will just leave it in there. I was told when I first started loading to not even store my powder in the garage and it needed to be in a cool dry location at all times.
  14. I'm using titegroup. My press is out in the garage so it gets exposed to cold temps right now and hot temps in the summer.