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  • Birthday 08/22/1963

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    Scott Noyes

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Looks for Target (4/11)

  1. 10/17 in all of mine.. 135g typically but I've shot all weights the same setup.
  2. this ^^^^ * always file on the cheapest part
  3. I've seen several tungsten guide rods break, I would pass on those.
  4. I run #10 up front and 17# down below. 135g SNS @ 130+pf
  5. metalform 10rds with Dawson base pads.
  6. I choose SNS 135 RN, happy medium between slightly snappy 124 and the endless wait of 147's.
  7. Tripps and have them change out the hybrid followers for the all metal ones. Plastic and Florida sugar sand don't play together in skinny tubes.
  8. I use metalform (dawson puts his name on them) in all my SS 9mm, they sometimes need a little LOVE in the beginning (make sure they drop free, ect..) . But work in all my 9mms I have a few Tripp 9mm mags, don't like the fact that a bullet falls free during a reload or load and make ready (using a full mag as a barney) Nothing against Tripp, there service is 1st class and I only use there 10mm mags in my .40 SS guns.
  9. I use diesel fuel & toothbrush blow off with air compressor. If you "de-grease" anything in Florida it will rust by tomorrow.
  10. The Ti firing pin needs to go AWAY.. .if you go to a reduced MS you'll likely get light strikes with the Ti firing pin.. Ed Brown, EGW, Wilson BP, pick one.
  11. There are plenty of things to lighten it up and have it/them make weight. lose the FLGR, diff magwell, Alum MSH, diff grips. usually an issue with most SS 9mm., that's why tri-topped slides became popular weight reducer. The .40 SSC is close at Weight 43.1 ounces with empty magazine
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