mwray

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  1. I've done it several times with aSTS2 and it has worked every time. Hasn't been off more that a half inch at 25 yards Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. A friend of mine was having the same issue even with a set screw. He determined the threads were cut so tight that is was pushing out all of the loctite. So he tried letting the thread lock dry before screwing on the comp and the problem has went away now
  3. No doubt it was a shitty day. Best of luck next time out Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Tite group-minors Autocomp, HS6- major
  5. Or both Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. Ballistic AE and shooter
  7. By chance you would reveal the name of the barrel?
  8. Somebody has to play the part
  9. Why because I generally just say what first comes to mind and usually unfiltered?
  10. Did you change the tube while you were at it
  11. When I see the words STI and reliability in the same paragraph I know it's got to be a misprint. Everything I've had with STI wrote on it is pretty much junk. Good ideas just lack of quality. And what in the hell do you mean OAL has nothing to do with it? Last I check installing the spacer shortened the distance of the mag tube from front to back. Which in turn she deal directly with OAL
  12. The spacers are for when you run factory length 9mm ammo. If you load it long like most 9 major loads you don't need the spacers. I second the notion for MBX. I'm not affiliated with them but I struggled with mag issues until I swapped to them
  13. I'm sure it has nothing to do with the forged slugs they are cutting slides out of Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. If the laser looses its zero you have really screwed up this theory. So why add another variable that could cause you problems. Not being an ass that's just how I see this going Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk