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ipscjoe

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  1. I figured I’d ask a place I trust rather than Facebook.....I saw a post on Facebook with links to others that showed blown guns because of perceived out of battery discharges. I’ve loaned my brand new x5 legion to my sister to use (brand new shooter) I’m doing all the reloading etc....I’ve been shooting USPSA since 91 and am Master in open (I know how to load ammo) Are these guns safe to reload for without going to a Bar-Sto barrel? These posts have got me freaked out. I checked my barrel with my ammo and it plunks fine. Im using my PCC load .....124
  2. I have all gen 2 mags with grams spring kits and Taran bases. Work 100% straight out of package zero “tuning”....I was able to go down in recoil spring weight by 2 pounds with the new mags over the old gen 1’s.......I love mine. Had two mbx mags and sold them....the springs went soft in no time and I never trusted them .....I get 29 in my gen 2 170’s with no effort and they costs considerably less than a mbx.....
  3. Back in the 90's 10moa was the norm and every once in a while some geezer would show up with a 15......some guys used as big as 20moa for steel challenge......The cmore's came out with 8's and everyone had to have an 8................Everything is going smaller these days.......I like the 6's.....I can always turn it up to starburst if I need something big for close stuff.....
  4. Tried to use the 124g truncated hollowpoints in my gun and they won't feed worth a darn......My magazines feed roundnose bullets 100% and I'm not willing to go bending on something that works. I like the accuracy of a hollowpoint however........was looking at the .357 sig hollowpoint 125's as they look much more like a roundnose in profile.......Has anyone used these in their super comp with success? TIA
  5. Saying that comps don't work with minor loads is complete bs. If you have a screw on comp; before you glue it down next time turn it 180/upside down and shoot some minor through it. News flash, they DO work.
  6. My open gun (top) is in both super comp and 9mm. He made the cuts on both comps match EXACTLY like each other. So I have options. If I want to shoot 9minor I just change barells. I could always shoot major too if I had too. I really love it. Shoots really good. His plate gun is a 38 super.
  7. Here is my open gun that my best friend made me and also his plate gun he just finished.
  8. Wish this thread would close. Getting really ridiculous.
  9. When I bought my kimber I thought it would be a problem. All my sti guns have the grip safety disabled. Really isn't a problem for some reason on my single stack gun. Thought of removing the firing pin safety but found out you have to remove the rear sight to do it. From research though apparently you can install a standard firing pin without the safety cut and it will pacify the safety. So I guess you could eliminate the grip safety bar/plunger too.
  10. Horse $&!+ The name of the game is keeping the gun on target. If that weren't the case then why would you put a comp on an open gun? You can't put a comp on a limited gun to control recoil so you add weight plain and simple. Every monkey with a milling machine cuts guns up and tells everyone it's "better". Why do you think there is a weight limit for single stack? If weight wasn't an advantage and "slowed you down " why would it matter?Isnt that what I'm saying a lighter gun will always be faster than a heavy gun. And thats the reason why they dont allow slide cuts in single stack bec
  11. Horse $&!+ The name of the game is keeping the gun on target. If that weren't the case then why would you put a comp on an open gun? You can't put a comp on a limited gun to control recoil so you add weight plain and simple. Every monkey with a milling machine cuts guns up and tells everyone it's "better". Why do you think there is a weight limit for single stack? If weight wasn't an advantage and "slowed you down " why would it matter?Isnt that what I'm saying a lighter gun will always be faster than a heavy gun. And thats the reason why they dont allow slide cuts in single stack bec
  12. Horse $&!+ The name of the game is keeping the gun on target. If that weren't the case then why would you put a comp on an open gun? You can't put a comp on a limited gun to control recoil so you add weight plain and simple. Every monkey with a milling machine cuts guns up and tells everyone it's "better". Why do you think there is a weight limit for single stack? If weight wasn't an advantage and "slowed you down " why would it matter?
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