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    Photography, archery and pistol shooting. Thus the name AzShooter.
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    Steven Bressan

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  1. I would invest in a Volquartsen Guide Rod Assembly. It comes with 3 springs and I'd try it with the spring that is installed and then use the heavy spring if the first one doesn't work. It's about $20 if I remember correctly. It helped my Mark pistols.
  2. You can see from this picture that the older aluminum Railways came with thumb screws. The new ones do not but if you call C-More they do have some in stock.
  3. I'm not an expert but I've seen the same thing and have told the shooter to go to the Safe Area to handle their weapon. I can't quote a rule though but I believe it would be considered unsafe gun handling.
  4. [img]https://i.imgur.com/M0HALhM.jpg[/img] Thanks to Shooter's Connection for their sponsorship of the Atibal Arizona State Steel Challenge Championships as well as all the other sponsors. I was lucky enough to take this from the prize table after the match. I was looking at it for the past 4 days and figured I liked it enough that I was going to buy one. It was on the table for the RO and Staff and I was the lucky person to take it home
  5. Friday was another of our hot days of over 100 degrees and was too much for a few of the shooters. We've had 145 days over 100 this year. You really need to drink a
  6. Friday was another of our hot days of over 100 degrees and was too much for a few of the shooters. We've had 145 days over 100 this year. You really need to drink a lot of water to get through these hot days. The match was fun but got underway 4 hours late do to a problem with range management. Everything was set up the same way we've been doing it for 17 years but a new Range Master decided it wasn't safe to shoot into the side berms and made us reset all targets another 50 yards down range. The staff did a great job and got us up and running as fast as possible. I
  7. Thanks. I copied Ernie's design and sent him a pic. Told him he was my inspiration.
  8. Friday was another of our hot days of over 100 degrees and was too much for a few of the shooters. We've had 145 days over 100 this year. You really need to drink a lot of water to get through these hot days. The match was fun but got underway 4 hours late do to a problem with range management. Everything was set up the same way we've been doing it for 17 years but a new Range Master decided it wasn't safe to shoot into the side berms and made us reset all targets another 50 yards down range. The staff did a great job and got us up and running as fast as possible. I
  9. I use to use Bullseye for Steel Challenge matches with 3.5 grains and a 230 LRN bullet. Nice and light but you could really tell when you hit the targets. For Major loads I would switch to 5 grains with the same 230 grainers. On a few stages I could shoot at the stop plate before my 4th shot hit the target. Very light recoil. The 230 is the way to go with the .45 because it loads so fast.
  10. Very nice videos. Thanks for sharing. Looks like they had some very good stages. Good luck tomorrow for the follow-up match.
  11. I have 4 C-Mores on my guns and although I like the polymer there really isn't that much difference between it and the aluminum model Railway. You can buy extra modules so you can go from 3 MOA to 16 MOA shooting for accuracy or steel shooting. Here is a group with a 12 MOA dot at 25 yards so you really don't need a smaller one.
  12. Good advice so far, you can't go wrong. I agree with using the TK .35 moons. I could never load my Winchester brass in .40s. RevolverSupply.com has what you need in regards to moon clip holders. I like the Moon Mountain 3 post. You can put 3 moons on each post and they are easy to get to and fast. Apex hammer is great. You can probably just drop it in and it will work. If it needs to be fit a gunsmith shouldn't kill you in pricing. Mine just fell in. With Wolf springs and an 11 pound rebound spring my trigger was under 5 pounds. You need Federal primers for reliable
  13. It's a copy of one of Ernie's designs. I made it.
  14. I normally wear my holster on my belt when using my wheelchair. At last month's match a number of guys asked me why I didn't make a wheelchair mount. I had no idea of how I would do it but started to think about it. This week I thought outside the box and came up with an idea of how to mount the holster on the side of the wheelchair in the armrest station. I took an old holster and modified it with some hardware from Ace Hardware. I couldn't find a piece of pipe or PVC to fit the armrest mount but was able to get a piece of doweling that fit just right. With a few rubber clamps,
  15. Auto Indexing is your friend. I feel you pain, hopefully your gun's manufacturer was able to fix or give you a discount on a replacement pistol. I blew up my 929 loading on a 550. I think the 550 is a great press and I've loaded many thousands of rounds with no problems but one was enough. I sold the press to a friend, warned him that he needed to reload in a room all by himself with no distractions and to take his time. I also had a mirror attached so that I could see the amount of powder in the case. I was distracted. I went out and bought a 650 with case and b
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