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  1. Just wanted to share some of my results from this weekend. Tested two popular loads in this combo through a Glock 34 with both factory and a KKM threaded barrel. OAL set to 1.125". My best group was with the 3.5gr Titegroup. Name: 147/3.3 4/29/17 G34 factory Shots: 5 Average: 897 FPS SD: 9 FPS Min: 887 FPS Max: 913 FPS Spread: 26 FPS Power Factor Average: 132 Power Factor Low: 130 Power Factor High: 134 Barometric Pressure: 30.1 inHg Temperature: 55F Weight: 147 grains Name: 147/3.5 4/29/17 G34 Factory Shots: 5 Average: 922 FPS SD: 10 FPS Min: 908 FPS Max: 935 FPS Spread: 27 FPS Power Factor Average: 136 Power Factor Low: 133 Power Factor High: 137 Barometric Pressure: 30.1 inHg Temperature: 55F Weight: 147 grains Name: 147/3.3 G34 KKM Shots: 4 Average: 881 FPS SD: 9 FPS Min: 868 FPS Max: 894 FPS Spread: 26 FPS Power Factor Average: 130 Power Factor Low: 128 Power Factor High: 131 Barometric Pressure: 30.1 inHg Temperature: 55F Weight: 147 grains Name: 147/3.5 G34 KKM Shots: 5 Average: 896 FPS SD: 16 FPS Min: 867 FPS Max: 913 FPS Spread: 46 FPS Power Factor Average: 132 Power Factor Low: 127 Power Factor High: 134 Barometric Pressure: 30.1 inHg Temperature: 55F Weight: 147 grains Name: 147/3.5 G34 Factory 10 Rd Shots: 10 Average: 922 FPS SD: 11 FPS Min: 900 FPS Max: 940 FPS Spread: 40 FPS Power Factor Average: 136 Power Factor Low: 132 Power Factor High: 138 Barometric Pressure: 30.1 inHg Temperature: 55F Weight: 147 grains Name: 147/3.5 G34 KKM 10 Rd Shots: 10 Average: 902 FPS SD: 6 FPS Min: 892 FPS Max: 911 FPS Spread: 19 FPS Power Factor Average: 133 Power Factor Low: 131 Power Factor High: 134 Barometric Pressure: 30.1 inHg Temperature: 56F Weight: 147 grains
  2. I did email them and am waiting for a reply. I was just letting the guy know that he wasn't alone. If it were an answer, then why is it still a problem?
  3. I get the same error as you. I was hoping to find some answers on here.
  4. Well, take a look and be sure to report back.
  5. I use a Briley +5 without a clamp. The extension extends probably 2-3" past the end of my Carlson extended chokes. If I remember, I can try to load some 3" shells in my factory magazine to see what I get. I think I have some 3" pheasant loads laying around somewhere.
  6. You can backorder at Brownells: 913-000-433WB
  7. A little blue loctite. No worries. I'd put it on your bolt release screw and mid bead as well while you're at it.
  8. I use the Briley +6. No clamp.
  9. If it is only used in matches, then you won't want it. Those plugs would be for waterfowl hunting. Unless there is some restriction in certain states or Canada that you need them? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. So right now they are only 75% over priced on just about everything? I am pretty sure if you have a round in the chamber and a round on the lifter and a round in the tube when you pull the trigger you are going to have a nice double feed that is going to be a huge pain in the ass to fix while on the clock. I could be wrong though... +1. I agree. I'll test to be sure, but I think you're right.
  11. I didn't see anyone answer your initial questions, so I'll try to do that as best as I can. I only use the mid bead when shooting slugs. For it to shoot POA/POI for me, I need the beads to line up with another. So the brass bead covers up the fiber optic. It sounds like the far majority of people shoot slugs high with this shotgun right out of the box and experience exactly as you experience, the fiber optic "sitting" on top of the mid bead. I was in the same boat. I would shoot it at 50 yards to verify, but my guess is that you'll want to change out your drop ship. The 65 has seemed to do the trick for myself and most everyone here. I'm curious about your comment about your bolt handle not coming off by hand. Are you pulling straight out on it to see if it will come out? The bolt and carrier are keyed so that in their relaxed positions, they prevent the bolt from coming out. You have to manually push the bolt in ~about half way for the holes to align before the bolt will come out. Please see your user's manual.
  12. They are on back order. I would be happy to buy one and do that but they don't have any. I would even be willing to buy someones spare that had done that and then thy could buy it back in a couple of weeks I just want to get this done without losing a couple weeks of practice before the Freedom Munitions match in 2 weeks or so Paul, I can help you out. PM me your email address.
  13. I experienced this too.....High and to the right was my POI....I am retesting just to make sure the shooter error is negligent.... Same here. I changed the drop shim to the 65 on both my Berettas. POA = POI for me now.
  14. Can someone confirm the BCG commonality? Snapped my charging handle off going into a dump barrel this weekend and need a new one. Preferably one that isn't cast and fragile. Nice gun, running reasonably well...not as rugged as I expect (which means I tend to replace parts and have spares as I break them). I can swap charging handles when I get back, but I'm 99.9% sure they are interchangeable. Briley makes a replaceable charging handle that should be a lot more durable. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I lube everywhere ropsitos has stated, as well as the exterior of the magazine tube under the handguard. I believe Trapr had a post about this showing burnt tubes from lack of lube? Anyway, I run mine fairly wet (as I did my M2) and I have yet to have any issue at all. It sounds very odd that you'd experience problems running wet but then none when running dry.
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