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  1. CO Steve mentioned that to make a 20 second swap of primer assemblies on the 550b you need to purchase the assembly from Dillon. Is part number 14282 Primer Slide Assembly, Small the only item that you would need to order or would I need additional items like 14015 Primer track bearing, etc?

    Thanks

    I was informed by a fairly reliable source that this doesn't speed anything up with the 550b.

  2. CO Steve mentioned that to make a 20 second swap of primer assemblies on the 550b you need to purchase the assembly from Dillon. Is part number 14282 Primer Slide Assembly, Small the only item that you would need to order or would I need additional items like 14015 Primer track bearing, etc?

    Thanks

  3. Is the Grams follower "universal", wherein it can fit both the STI/SV and Para magazines? When I went to Beven's website, they have Gram's springs for Para but no followers for Para. So I'm assuming its the same followers as the ones for STi/SV?

    What's the hot setup for Para mags for IPSC standard division these day? :)

    Thanks so much guys!

    No, the follower is different. He has been working on a new design for a Para follower but AFAIK, there is nothing available yet. On a different note, it has been my experience that S_I tubes will work in a Para frame without modifying anything. The S_I tubes sit a bit lower so a weak spring will show up sooner but if your feed ramp geometry is OK, they feed fine.

    Later,

    Chuck

    I have no problems running stock unaltered STI magazines along with the unaltered magazine release in my Para.

    What caliber Para did the STI magazines fit into? This is the 1911 page so I am guessing 40?

    SV Magazines fit my 38 Super Para.

    I will have to see if I can borrow an STI mag sometime & give it a try. I thought I had read a few posts that said they usually sit too low to run (mostly on newer Para's IIRC.)

    Thanks!

  4. There is a lot of good metal posted as well. I love thrash although I can mouth the words to most late 80's early 90's radio hits.

    Slayer!

    I am currently going through Opeth's albums. If you haven't heard them you might check them out. Watershed & Ghost Reveries are really good albums.

  5. A lot of Sci Fi here. A lot of my favorites are posted next to some I am not familiar with. I will have to pick some of those unfamiliar books.

    My favorites:

    Neuromancer William Gibson

    Snow Crash Neal Stephenson

    The Diamond Age: Or, a Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer Neal Stephenson

    Spares Michael Marshall Smith

    Santiago: A Myth of the Far Future Mike Resnick

    Only Forward Michael Marshall Smith

    Doomsday Book Connie Willis

    Across Realtime Vernor Vinge

    Zodiac Neal Stephenson

    Beggars in Spain Nancy Kress

    Ender’s Game Orson Scott Card

    Job : A Comedy of Justice Robert Heinlein

    Distraction Bruce Sterling

    Altered Carbon Richard K. Morgan

    Borders of Infinity Lois McMaster Bujold

    To Say Nothing of the Dog Connie Willis

    Dune Frank Herbert

    The Honor of the Queen David Weber

    Citizen of the Galaxy Robert Heinlein

    Wild Cards 1

    Rainbows End Vernor Vinge

    Use of Weapons Iain Banks

    Catch 22 Joseph Heller

    Lord of the Flies William Golding

    The Speed of Dark Elizabeth Moon

    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court Mark Twain

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