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  1. It took about 3 weeks. I hit them at a time when they were waiting on parts, but when I called they explained the issue. I was given a date when it would ship and it did.
  2. Don't think they are open on Friday. You can only call Mon- Thurs. Sent mine to that same address and no problem. Fixed and returned with no issues. Thought it was strange not to have a RMA, but all went well and when I called they were very helpful.
  3. The differences in the Smith line are style and what size face they fit. The Chamber and Director fit well under muffs with out noticing them for the day. I prefer the ignitor for the range, it's not polarized.It's pretty superficial, pick one you think will fit your face and a style you think looks good and go with it. There really are no different levels to the glasses. Interchangeable lens' or not is one of the few.
  4. I have both the chamber and director with the ignitor lens. Big fan of Smith optics. These wear like regular sunglasses, but are spec'ed to the higher MIL standard. The ignitor works well at the range and in the woods on the MTB. Knocks down the brightness of the sun, but helps me see better. The Pivlock type glasses are going to feel more like a safety glass style as I prefer something with a frame. Do not be afraid to look beyond the elites as there are some great choices in their performance line. The other thing is the warranty, it is outstanding. No issues ever and a simple process.
  5. Great crowd, matches fill up fast. Very high level of shooters there, but nice and lot's of fun. The range and bays have been improved greatly over the last few years.
  6. Try Innov-8, I like the x claws. I wear wide shoes, 2E, but in Innov-8 they have regular, which seems wide and precision fit. Precision is much like the salomon shoes. The xclaws have 8mm lugs like the speedcross, but are generally cheaper. Also google fell running for all such lugged shoes.
  7. I ordered a kkm barrel the day after xmas. Have not seen it yet. Two different promise dates, beginning of feb and then beginning of April. Still have not heard or seen anything from kkm. There customer service leaves alot to be desired. So hope you have better luck than me.
  8. I like many on here lately had the slide crack on my open gun. The crack was just in front of the ejection port. This gun was heavily modified and lightened and had in excess of 30000 rounds down the pipe. I sent the slide back just wanting to maybe find out what happened so I could prevent this for as long as possible next time. Well the good folks at Caspian called and passed on some helpful info and offered to go half in on the slide. I thought this was great customer service and it will reflect on future purchases. Just wanted to thank Caspian for there efforts.
  9. 8 inch arntzen target $27 and a $9 shepards hook from home depot work just fine. Easy to transport and set up. Have not used my evil roys since learning this trick.
  10. Adrian Cobb, mag blueprinting. He's a vendor here. Just did two svi mags for me. Great turnaround and the work is top notch.
  11. Placed the order on 2/3. Card charged 2/19, mailman just dropped them off. All the way to FL.
  12. Rick I have been backing down the charge to 6 grns of the true blue and leaving everything else the same. Works fine in my anglin gun, feeds the same and shoots soft. As to why the lesser charge, the full power open loads seem to ding the steel pretty good. The promoters around here are happier to see their steel last longer and not get abused. Could you pass on where and when these steel shoots will be happening. Thanks David.
  13. I bought the fn slp 23" vent rib for my winchester sx2 mkII. It dropped in with no problem, even though I only have 2 3/4 chamber and it's a three. I called FN and the hooked me up with a distributor who drop shipped the barrel. It was more than 159, but I don't remember the exact amount. I know that it fits and the gun lost a bunch of weight. I like it alot.
  14. Seeing the thread about the SX3 got me thinking. I now have the markII, but do not care for the sight set up. Most of my shotgun experience is in clays and I find the ghost ring set up distracting. I was thinking of hacking the front sight post off and using a fiber optic on the barrel. This I know would ruin the originality of the gun, but make it more user friendly. I have no complaints with the gun and have done many of the mods suggested here. I just don't know if this is a wise decision or should I go a different route and leave it as intended. Most of the matches shot around here do not use slugs, only steel and clays. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks David.
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