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DirtDiver

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About DirtDiver

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    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday June 14

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    Banner Elk, NC
  • Interests
    USPSA and IPSC matches, traveling the world.
  • Real Name
    Rick Mahoney

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  1. DirtDiver

    Full custom vs factory

    I agree...Akai Agressor
  2. DirtDiver

    Full custom vs factory

    Custom is 100% the ONLY way to go. If you are planning at competing at the highest level of Open then you need a custom gun built to your needs, grip size, trigger, hammer, weigh etc. If you are just shooting for fun at monthly matches don't spend the big bucks for a custom gun. It's really simple ...if you want to compete with the "Big Dogs" you need "The Big Dog Bone/Gun".
  3. DirtDiver

    Open Gun Build - Glock or CZ 75B

    Shooting Open at the GM level is the NASCAR series shooting.....you need the most reliable, time tested shooting platform available....choose what the winner use.
  4. DirtDiver

    Open Gun Build - Glock or CZ 75B

    If you truly serious about going down the GM path in Open...all the luck to you. But as in any sport that requires you to compete at the top levels...don't handicap yourself with the wrong tools/Guns. Check to see how many of the USPSA GM shooters use a Glock or even a CZ. That does not make these gun bad...just not suited for that specific task. Their is a reason that Max, Chis, Lesgar, Bill, all use STI frame based guns. At the GM level every competitive edge is worth a fraction of a second.....Your not looking at what the winners shoot. Buy the best tools that are suited for the job. Find a custom gunsmith, work with him and have a Match Gun and Practice Gun built...yes two guns
  5. DirtDiver

    Pressure problem

    Please look closely at the primmer dept.....each primer is seated completely in the primmer pocket so when the firing pin hits the primmer it does not finish seating the primer.
  6. DirtDiver

    Pressure problem

    Please look closely at the primmer dept.....each primer is seated completely in the primmer pocket so when the firing pin hits the primmer it does not finish seating the primer.
  7. DirtDiver

    Pressure problem

    Change primers to SRP Federal, make sure that the primmer is seated fully, this means with a slight recess, when reloaded.
  8. Hello, Thays a great 

    Looking pistol, you say it was build by Derick? I have a friend that has been hunting a millennium coustom limited gun.  I'll make sure he sees you post 

    Thank you.

    Alan

  9. Rick,

    Sorry to hear about your stroke, when I started shooting about 20 years ago we had a gentleman in our club  who had a stroke. He was mostly paralyzed on his non dominate side and had very limited mobility with his arm and leg. He shot revolver and would put the gun in his left and to reload. Not sure if it is an option with you or not but thought I would share just in case.

    I saw you post these originally however seemed a bit high for me especially since we were expecting our 3rd child beginning of August. I didn't want to submit an offer in case they sold and didn't want to seem like I was trying to low ball you but I feel is fair market price. Its been about 6 weeks and doesn't seem to be any movement on these. I would be willing to go 4K for the match gun or 3,700 for the practice gun. 

    Good luck with your recovery and wish you the best. 

     

  10. DirtDiver

    new rule book?

    I tried the link for the exec. summary.....the sign in link would not accept my username and password....is their a problem...signed into uspsa OK?
  11. DirtDiver

    Basspro CCI Primers

    Bass Pro....where
  12. Mod's pls remove post....BoD have had a change of priorities...match cancelled.
  13. The South Florida Pistol Club will be hosting the 1st Annual Steel Challenge Match at Markham Park on November 30 December 1, 2013. This local two day match, limited to 120 shooters, AM/PM format, will be open to all shooting disciplines, USPSA, SCSA, IPDA, SASS, Law Enforcement, and Military. Rules, Divisions, and Categories’ governing this event will be the USPSA/SCSA current edition. Minimal handgun requirements will be any centerfire handgun 9mm to 45ACP, with an exterior holster that covers the trigger completely. Holsters must be positioned according to USPSA or IDPA rules. No shoulder or cross-draw holsters allowed, exception SCSA rule. Rimfire .22lr. handguns will shot from the low ready position and must be presented bagged to the firing line. Stages will be posted on the SFPC form and will be the 8 SCSA sanctioned stages and 2 outlaw stages. Visit SFPC web site at http://www.sfpc.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=5717 for more details. Registration will be done using Match Sign Up http://www.matchsignup.org/match/chooseamatch.php for online registration and squadding, $65.00 First Gun, Second Gun Rimfire $30.00. Lunch is included in your registration and be provided each day. Questions can be posted or e-mailed to Rick Rick@ACGuns.com or Bill Novotny wnovotny@comcast.net Thanks….Rick
  14. DirtDiver

    Tuning STI mags

    Bolen basepads, followers.....to clean and polish the mag tube put them in the tumbler for 8 hours or so.....nicely polished inside and out.
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