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Thank you very much for taking the time to measure the mag! Mine were all higher than 9.8, mostly higher than 10mm. I adjusted them to 9.8mm in the front and back, and they ran great when practicing today! I appreciate the time you took to do the measurements, as I couldn't find anything officially stating them! That was very helpful!
I saved a few dollars and went with the Raptor LT, have them on both of my ARs. I think the LT model is one of the better values on the market right now. It works just as well as the all metal Raptor IMO.
chase214 replied to Vespid_Wasp's topic in Precision RifleIv heard 73 eld and 8208 with nammo brass you can get them up to 2900 out of a 20 in 223
Alaskan454 replied to t0066jh's topic in Revolver ForumNo worries, what brand and thickness are the moonclips?
Yes IPSC is basically the opposite of USPSA on this. In IPSC if you leave the shooting area you must return through same spot as where you left. In USPSA you're not allowed to tell a shooter they can't run outside the fault lines, see rules quoted by Chuck. Sounds like off limit lines wouldn't work either in this case of just stepping around a wall since they must be at least 2 feet from any fault line, so there'd be a gap there a shooter could fit through... well at least some shooters could fit through It's pretty bad the MD threatened to DQ shooters if they didn't follow an instruction which is not legal in USPSA. If an MD wants to prevent shooters from running through a certain area he needs to put up physical barriers like walls or barrels. It's not too hard to drag a few barrels out and put them in a spot which would discourage taking certain shortcuts.
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The secret to a reliable open gun is the mags. Any reputable smith can make a great open gun. Let's face they are all using the same parts. If their reputation is solid they know how to make those parts work correctly and play nice with each other. Ammo usually comes down to the bullet profile that works best for your gun. Your smith should be able to work with you on this. My year year in open with a custom built gun by a very respected smith was a nightmare. Very rare to finish a stage without some type of issue. Spent many hours on the phone with my smith. Tried "custom tuned" mags from the "best" in the business, factory STI, factory SV. Had issues with all and was about ready to hang it up. Talked to MBX and placed an order from them. No changes to the gun at all. The MBX mags have been 100% for two years. That the next gun I had built I bought the mags first and sent them to the smith. No other issues. Ran right out of the box. The cookies are really good.
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