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  1. Haaaha! Thats awesome. I was gonna say I'd try gassing my brass but I'm afraid it'd get all brittle and blow out on me! Haaaha, The FART...the things that are showing up around here are hilarious. There was a funny thing about potatoes potating on another post. Learn something new every day. Sent from my moto g(7) power using Tapatalk
  2. Dude, what are you talking about? Sent from my moto g(7) power using Tapatalk
  3. +1 on the cement mixer here. When I had the idea of a concrete project I picked up a poly barrel Kobalt from BLowes. While preparing the yard for concrete, I'd run batches with 5 gal pails of brass in the mixer. Was awesome! Sent from my moto g(7) power using Tapatalk
  4. I had the same issue with my Warrior II. I found that the inside of the slide lock was too bulbous and the ogive of the ammo would push it up during feeding. I discovered it while looking inside to see what was happening and then saw copper on the blob. I just ground it down a bit and then it was fine. So yea take a peek at it and see if there's any copper on that part. Good luck, let us know what you find! Sent from my moto g(7) power using Tapatalk
  5. I use the double hockey sticks out of One Shot for pistol and 5.56 and don't clean it off. Been using it for near 100k rounds now. This is for blaster and match ammo. Defense ammo is bought. Sent from my moto g(7) power using Tapatalk
  6. Check out GunBroker. $100+ all day long and people are bidding. There was one that ended on Sunday at $146 for a brick of Federal GMM primers. These are people voluntarily paying that much, so I don't consider that gouging. But a shop...its crappy and sucks but I don't hold it against them. I bet the shop didn't have any ammo or guns to sell either. They have to make money on something besides ear pro and range bags. *Edit: I didn't check out the store link until after I posted. But yea that store looks intentionally set up for gouging. I was referring to my local shops that have nothing to
  7. Man I crap you not with this story. So one time many years ago, I was in the garage and thought to play around with my scales. I had the Hornady electric powder charger electronic thing, the small Hornady digital scale, Franklin scale and my buddy brought over a a fancy Dillon thing. The only thing missing was a beam scale and it turns out we could've used it. Ok so I used one powder pan and tared each scale to it. I weighed a charge on the Hornady dispenser and it dispensed it. The programmed weight doesn't matter, you'll see. So it dispensed and beeped that its ready. The charge was co
  8. I use the Frankford Armory. Its like 20 bucks. I've used a bunch of others and I find this one to work really well. Sent from my moto g(7) power using Tapatalk
  9. Ohhh man yea thats a bummer. But lesson learned man. Glad you're aware and everything survived. Also good info about the coated bullet travel distance. Which brand were you using? I use Blue Bullets and just from handling them they feel slicker than HiTek coated. The finger pressure to pick them up causes them to spit out if my fingers, kinda like pinching a watermelon seed haaaha. I've thought about running the rcbs die. Glad to see it works. So these dies can catch no charge and double, but they don't catch minor difference right? But glad everything is good and thanks for the info. Sent
  10. I see you want to do quantity. I like your style. Cleaning brass isn't that big of a deal. It tumbles while you work the press. I used to tumble 5gal pails of brass in a cement mixer. 5gal is about 8k pieces of 9mm. I buy from Blue Bullets as well. Their 10% off 10k+ projos is a nice deal. If you're confident enough to start loading with a 750 and a MBF, then my opinion is to go to a 1050 or 1100 with the DAA dropper & expander instead. I use this set up and drop the projos in manually and I'm as fast or faster, more consistent and have better feeling with the press over using an automat
  11. I'm looking to build some different 140mm Glock 20 and 21 mags. Currently I have the Arredondo pads and don't want dump for more of them. Does anyone know if the SLR basepads will fit the gauge? TTI is 45 only and there's no 10mm. No 140mm from ETS. SLR so far is the only one I've found with a dedicated 10mm and 45acp magazine extension. I've asked them if it'll fit the gauge but they haven't gotten back to me, hopefull someone here knows or has a better solution. I wish there'd be more stuff out there for the big frame stuff. Thanks guys!
  12. Maybe try a faster powder and load to power factor.... Sent from my moto g(7) power using Tapatalk
  13. Anyone know if the 20rd 10mm ETS mags will fit the gauge? Any suggestions on how to build out a Glock 45/10mm mag that fits the gauge? I'm not sure if the Arredondo or TTI pads will fit either. Sent from my moto g(7) power using Tapatalk
  14. That's the case for me. On my limited guns it provides fit and feel. I have the big butt grips on two N frames for the exact same thing. I choke up on them super high like I would an auto. Try gripping higher up and see if that works for you. I believe it follows the same theory as getting the bore closer inline with your hand. Butt I like the recoil impulse and it happens to work for me. Give it a try and see if it helps
  15. Ramshot Competition and Clays for 38 Short Colt, 147gr production, 180gr limited and 200gr 45acp for revo and pistol loads...oh and 12ga for clay games...then the list goes on 38spl, 44spl, 45colt...them two powders are fantastic. My buddy uses E3 and I'm liking the looks of that stuff too. They're versatile, clean, don't need much per charge, soft report, low flash, not flippy like TG, priced well, reduces the different powders to stock, the list goes on as to why.
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