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jetdriver71

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  • Birthday 08/05/1973

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    Melbourne Beach, Fla
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    Shooting IPSC and IDPA. I play fiddle and guitar. I have a big family (6 children) and they are my life.
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    Daniel York

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  1. I typically come to the match a day early (or early enough to walk the stages for a local match)and watch others run the stage. This gives me a basic idea. I then form a plan for the stage by walking it and committing to memory start positions, movement and reloads. I then look for ways to “save time” in movement and transitions based on target position and body position. Once I’ve figured out the most economical way to attack the stage I burn it in my memory. Then run it ten times in my mind before shooting the stage and once more at the make ready. God bless.
  2. Heres my load. should'nt be too much different from 69g COAL 2.250" with Lapua Match brass Fed SRP. I used a trickle powder drop to ensure consistency. I also have a 18" 1:7 twist FN barrel>
  3. Anyone out there using Alliant e3 powder for major PF in .40 limited division? No reloading info online from alliant because it's a fairly new shotgun powder. Just need a starting point Thanks y'all!!
  4. Hello ranger trace. Question. I have a .40 SV single stack AET barrel. What powder/bullet combos gave you the greatest accuracy. I know VV N320 is great, but Brandon mentioned to me N310 gave him the best accuracy. I have more 310 then 320 but haven't loaded 310 yet. Anyway just curious. Any other non-Vita V powders you've used with good success. Thank you sir!! Stay safe out there. God bless. 

    1. RangerTrace

      RangerTrace

      Well, I never messed with N310....only N320 and Clays.  If you can find some Clays, my load was 4.7 under a 180 grain Montana Gold to 1.22.  They were soft and accurate. 

      This site scared me off of Clays, even though I never had an issue and Enos told me he shot 100s of thousands of 40 major with Clays.

      I still get decent accuracy with N320.  Just today, off hand I was shooting 3" groups at 25 yards and I'm pretty rusty with horrible 48 year old eyes.  

      I have a pound of WST i'm gonna try one of these days......

       

    2. jetdriver71

      jetdriver71

      Yes I had the same accuracy with 320 shooting off hand ?  I've shot Clays with exceptional accuracy and soft recoil. I still have 10# or so. I guess I'm looking for a cheaper option to VV powders. They're great but little more pricey. I've got 310 too. I'll try it soon. Brandon said he got 1.5" groups at 50 yards with that which is pretty impressive with a .40. Let me know how WST works out. Thank you. 

    3. RangerTrace

      RangerTrace

      I"m guessing any accuracy they mention is from a barrel fixture with they have inside the factory with a 50 yard range.  

  5. Hey Aric. How's the SV open Gun working out?

    1. Aric

      Aric

      I am happy with it.  Shoot it at nationals.  I had a few malfunction.  I switched to an 8lbs recoil spring and it ran great.  I think the extractor is too tight.  

       

      Areyou interested in in selling your super comp brass? 

    2. jetdriver71

      jetdriver71

      Yes. I'm currently on a 6 day trip. I'll contact you when I get back about the brass. Talk to you then Aric. Glad you had fun at the nationals. 

  6. The 4 day course is $750. Forgot to mention that.
  7. Hello BE friends. I'm talking to World Champ Max Michel about doing classes here in Florida. I'm thinking Malabar Rifle/Pistol in Palm Bay Florida. It's near Melbourne Beach. There are other possible locations like New Smryna, St. Augustine or Titusville. I'm looking to see if there would be any interest. The class would be limited to 10. He offers several different courses. The one I'm looking at would be basically a 3 day course (1-classroom, 2-shooting days+ shooting a local match with Max.) If there is enough interest I'll firm up a date with Max and post info on this forum. I've trained with Max before, and can attest to his professionalism and teaching ability. He is an exceptional teacher!!! You WILL learn things that will help you to be a better shooter. I will check this forum once a day for 2 weeks OR you can pm me. Thanks guys!!!
  8. I run SV springs in my 1911-2011. Spot on and pretty consistent. Try those too.
  9. I do!!! I love them. Especially the SV signature grip. The ergonomics are awesome. If you can afford it....do it. Not sure what SV's lead time is but it's worth the wait. Try speedshooters intl too. Sometimes they have them in stock
  10. For an open gun. Get mine next month
  11. Talked to Brandon at SV a while ago and they were developing a new thumb rest. Does anyone have any pics or it experience with it?
  12. Oh yeah. Roll that support hand forward so your thumb is pointed at the target.
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