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Dranoel replied to CSEMARTIN's topic in Miscellaneous Topics That Do Not Fit in Any Other ForumIt was. I figured that one out 15 yrs ago.
19 round mags again... cant get past the coupler. I’ve tried loading it up and loosening the coupler as others have mentioned with no success. I’ve noticed that the tabs between the two halves that stick through the coupler are never even. One side is high and one side is low. Is this the same for everyone? It’s like one half of the mag is twisted. Can someone with a working 19 look at the locking tabs for me to see if yours are even? Don’t know if I should try to bend them or try to get AT to replace them...
The load I quoted was for Ibejiheads which are coated lead. The lead is soft compared to the hard jackets and so will seal up more in the barrel which means that it takes less powder to get the same velocity. As for the perceived recoil, it’s effectively the same.
That's a good rule of thumb. I'll stick to that and adjust the average of my load based on the standard deviation I'm getting out of my equipment and process. I'll wait until the progressive press arrives before finalizing the adjustments, though, as my SD is likely to change with the different press.
yup. if you shoot Co, still need basepad for canik mags to make 23 rounds. maybe you have them already...
Yes thanks, looking at a couple of posts above I realized that question have been answered and the red one is a strike Industries the blue one is in Odin. Both look nice. I put a thread out to see if anyone has experience with these using it in conjunction with a Hiperfire 24c trigger.
Great info - thanks. My target load is 4.8 gn of N310 and it's right on the money based on the velocity I was told it would achieve out of my gun (no surprise there, the guys who built the gun would know what they are talking about). You mentioned that MG are harder and need more powder (you use a good 0.5 gn less) - how do bullet type and the extra powder affect recoil? Is it about the same, or something noticeable?
thanks for all the replies i run a glock, so i will try to borrow,or shoot what i have same with my AR i signed up for Ontelaunee 3-Gun match
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^^^ what he said. If you really want SAO, the "best" setup that can be had is to get the Evolution Gun Works sear and hammer with trigger of choice. 2 flat ones from Henning, mostly flat xtreme and standard SAO. Bolo is not an option with them. But, the EGW sear has no provision for the FP block and requires fitting. no where near drop in. Just so you know. but you can (have to actually) adjust the pretravel amount by the sear to trigger bar leg. it and the hammer are thru hard.
Some have rusted, there was a period four or five years ago I read of a number. I have one from the time that "blooms" rust from what I assume are small defects in the treatment if not oiled, the spots have turned to small pits . Supposedly Glock will refinish or replace, varying reports on charging for it or not, I haven't bothered.
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