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  1. If your post was removed from this thread you would do well to check the forum guidelines.
  2. https://practiscore.com/world-revolver-championship/register That the one? Why the stealth verbiage re: affiliation?
  3. We have rules. They are posted at the top of this very Hate Forum. Closed.
  4. jhgtyre

    Getting Old

    It beats the alternative...
  5. Wow, this feels like a... well I don't know... a test question?
  6. I was just thinking that I know a way to make that holster legal even with the spacers!
  7. jhgtyre

    bigger rods

    Now he's got two sets of rods and the satisfaction of a job well done
  8. I've got 625 moon clips from a variety of sources, including Ranch Products and others I can't remember the name of, and so far haven't run across any bad ones. I can load all of them without tools, though a tool helps demoon, and they all allow for easy reloads.
  9. I'll shut the thread down if anyone continues to call anyone a thief.
  10. For revo reloads I agree 100%. Keep the brass the same to eliminate unnecessary variables.
  11. I'm guessing we need a "K" in there I agree. I've got an RF-100 and even though mine works pretty well I'm just used to the hunt and peck method.
  12. I shot this a few years ago. It was fun and the local restaurants know how to make some excellent crab cakes (I'm pretty sure it's a state law that they have to be good).
  13. Shhhhh.... I want everyone that I might ever compete against to use copious amounts of WD-40!
  14. I've got a 625 that I shoot USPSA major 45ACP loads in (because I'm lazy and don't want to make different loads for IDPA), as well as a 686 and a Model 19 both of which I use with speed loaders. I love shooting the moonclipped 625 because, as Gregg K pointed out: and I don't mind being lazy since I'm just in this to have a good time shooting with friends. Even so those lighter guns, the 686 and Model 19, are both fun to shoot and they do seem to transition better. The quicker transitions really become apparent when my wife shoots. She loves the Model 19 (there are rumors that she thinks it's HER gun... whatever...) over the 686 just because it is lighter. Apparently at 105 power factor the extra weight of the 686 isn't helping her. Even so a bad moonclip reload is still not so bad when compared to a bad speedloader reload. Sure you can spew live rounds all over the place but the worst is an ejected case getting hung up under the star. I've seen that happen to several shooters and it's a real time killer.
  15. A friendly reminder that discussions of buying and selling products are restricted to the Vendor Tents and Classifieds (for those who qualify and are selling personally owned items). Any other types of discussions that involve sales, market research, or the like will be removed. Let's keep this thread open for those who want to discuss the DAA primer pro collator.
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