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    Eric Davis

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  1. Hello: I was using 147 grain bullets with Universal Clays and the powder drop was 2.9 grains giving me 135PF. So I would think about 3.4 grains with the 124's. Thanks, Eric
  2. Hello: Nope. It burns the powder if you use faster powder like Tite Group but you still will get some soot on the brass and around the bolt etc. It is just what happens with blowback rifles. I just wipe it down with a rag along with the magazines. My Magpul Glock mags which have orange followers now look black. A quick wash in the sink with Simple Green and they look new. Thanks, Eric
  3. Hello: I only had to ream the throat about 0.020" so it would take the coated bullets loaded to 1.145" OAL and the jacketed bullets out to 1.170" OAL. Thanks, Eric
  4. Hello: Use a 223 spring and some 131-137PF reloads and it will be a good combo. Thanks, Eric
  5. Hello: I tried major loads a while ago but the recoil causes a lot of dot movement since you have to use heavier buffer springs and buffer setups. Play with bullet weight, buffer weights and buffer spring rates with 131-137PF loads. You will see much better recoil management with that. Thanks, Eric
  6. Hello: Shooters Connection sells them also. Thanks, Eric
  7. Hello: from what I have seen here it is the bolt and firing pin spring giving the problem. Light strikes and not going bang because the firing pin spring was broken. Everything else so far was working. Thanks, Eric
  8. Hello: I just use one 6-32 setscrew in the bottom. I drill and tap the comp and drill into the barrel a little to locate the comp on it in the correct position. Never had a problem with it clocking after that. Thanks, Eric
  9. Hello: A 380 shell plate works also. Thanks, Eric
  10. Hello: Sounds like a lot of work to be done during a match. Glad you figured it out. I have a young guy here with the same upper and he just found a broken firing pin spring after I told him what to look for since the last time he shot it it was a single shot or no shot with light strikes. I am kinda glad I went with a standard upper instead of the side charger now. Sometimes simple is just better. Thanks, Eric
  11. Hello: I have over 3000 rounds on my C-More 6MOA railway so far. Still going strong on my QC10 9mm. I like the 6MOA over the 4MOA for USPSA pistol matches. For a carbine match I would use the 4 MOA for distance shots or an old Weaver 1-3 scope. Thanks, Eric
  12. Hello: If you are right handed no need for an ambi. More weight and just not needed I think. Thanks, Eric
  13. Hello: I shot area 6 this past weekend. Official chrono results using 2.9 grains Tite Group, Acme 147 grain bullet, Federal small pistol primers, mixed brass and an overall length of 1.145". Bullet weight was 146.9 grains, velocities 951,948,948 with and average of 949. This was shot out of a Wilson Arms 16" stainless barrel. Power factor was 139.5 at 78 degrees and about 900 feet above sea level. Looks like my normal 2.7-2.8 grain load would be good. Thanks, Eric
  14. Hello: It just adds weight where you don't want it for PCC. Thanks, Eric
  15. Hello: I have been using these for about 4 months now and really like them. The glass stays clean and the powder does not pickup any static even on my Dillon SL900 shotgun loader. I have the smaller ones on my Dillon RL1050 and the large one on my SL900. If you are loading small batches the small size works great. If you are loading large batches or ammo that takes a lot of powder the largest one works best. If you are loading for an open pistol or smaller batches of rifle the medium one works very well. It is a great upgrade for your old gray/yellow Dillon hoppers. Thanks, Eric