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  1. Pros.. just fun to shoot. Cons.. you have to haul a little more gear than a pistol shooter would.
  2. You need to add sorting brass to your reloading process. You need to separate the good from the bad ones.
  3. I use the plastic case that comes with factory 45s box that holds 50 rds. Get a pair of this. From your unsorted pile of brass grab a hand full and pour on top of one of the 45 case, most of the brass will fall in each crate hole base in first. From that the 38s will stick out, the 380 will be shorter, the 40s and 45s are obviously bigger. Then you can hand pick easily. I use a plier. I use the same process when I have sorted this by caliber. grab a handful pour on the 45 case, then under a light source you can see the good, the bad and ugly brass better. Then after this get the 45 case pair, line them up together and flip so the upside down brass will now show all the base in the other half of the 45 case. From here you can sort by head stamp. This is sorting 50 pcs at a time, better than one at a time.
  4. Just curious. Why clean it every 10 rounds? Can't do that in a match.
  5. Why would anyone want to count spent primers? A simple way is to count how many spent primers in an ounce, then multiply that by 16 = 1 pound
  6. This is similar as with the use of laser and offset sights. It all depends on the shooter's capabilities. If you can run and be good without it. Then it does not matter.
  7. We are all different and match stages will not be the same. You just have to know your limits and your equipment. It is always better to have them and not need them than to need them and not have them.
  8. Monitor your reloading dies for built up as the coating does sometimes flake off and may cause some inconsistency in your loads.
  9. I have 2 TF + 10 on factory glock 31rd, no issues. 1.10 OAL 124 Berrys
  10. Since there are 22LR conversions for pistols & ARs as practice tools. Is there one for the AR 9 running glock mags? I have asked NFA which my AR 9 is based on and they said none exist.
  11. I do the same as noted here. For target transitions and acquisition I practice with all sighting system ( primary, secondary & laser) if you have this.
  12. You get shinny ammo. Running it through dry tumbling also helps show the loose primer pocket ammo you had. These primers comes off during the tumbling.
  13. Have you tried contacting their CS? I asked them that same question two years ago. They said that they designed this to have the mag oversized to accommodate all the various makes of Glock mags. Mine does have some play in magazine well , but I have never had any issues like you mentioned. All the issues I had was using aftermarket trigger groups. Contact NFA and give your guns specifications.
  14. A 45 degree offset, laser and primary optic to cover all possible stage setup and practice them. I have RMR on the 45 degree the same one on my CO pistol.
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