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  1. https://practiscore.com/results/html/f124ab13-7f24-49c7-ab36-22ceb7c6a051
  2. Pretty sure they are supposed to be 6ft to top of target. Columbia prac range is a little shorter.
  3. It's when the spent primer corrodes into the pocket and only the top pops off when you deprime it. Usually because the brass sat outside for a while or someone wet tumbled and didn't dry the brass fast enough.
  4. Because the fantastic plastic optic shooters didnt want the good shooters in their division. [emoji48]
  5. Including getting quite a few out into the real world for testing. Maybe they did, but based on responses here.. I doubt it.
  6. Thanks. I was wondering if dry graphite or WS2 would work better than spray.
  7. What did the prior owner shoot in it? Being wide body, i'd probably go SC, but Super could be fine also.
  8. Their website has been offline forever now. How much does a MA run?
  9. Unless you can get an undrilled left side mount from one of the normal suppliers, I believe this is the only mount that *should* line up with your existing hole pattern. Most of the single sided mounts have a different pattern. https://www.jackweigand.com/sm3.html
  10. My Redding 9mm crimp die pops some also. Mostly an issue on new brass. Backing off just a little helps if it is still enough crimp. Dry tumbling the new brass also helps leave a little dust which will act as a lube on the case, helping the MBF not to stick as bad also.
  11. You can use the judge die after swaging. Obviously wouldnt be able to use the extractor, but it would stop the press on any of the larger stepped cases or other obstructions the decapper doesnt catch.
  12. Looks good Gviz, except now that I roll size, I feel that the U-die is overkill. It probably doesnt make much difference though.
  13. Depends. If it is 100% 9mm and doesnt need swaged or 38 super removed, i'll do this: 2. Lee decapping die 3. Ammobot pocket probe Anywhere else: dillon sizing die If it needs swaged or 38 Super sorted out: 2. Lee decapping die 3. Swage rod/backup (if no swaging i'll use judge die and ammobot extractor here) 6. Judge die Anywhere else: dillon sizing die
  14. Scores attached. http://cloud.tapatalk.com/s/5ce21c654a358/Pioneer%20Match%20Summary%20-%20Top%201%20Shooter.pdf
  15. Been using the rollsizer a couple days now. I needed to get started but didnt have a small pistol drop tube. So off to Home Depot I went. Using pex, a torch, some appropriate sized sockets.. I flared the pex to fit the clip, then flared to act like a funnel. Cut to length. There is enough play to move the tube up and down for 9mm or 38 Super. So far Ive had only 1 stoppage at the feeder/tube transition in about 10k rounds. I can run 4 pins on 9mm and the feeder mostly keeps up. 38 Super is 3 pins. I also added the black powder funnel mentioned a few pages back. It has cured the terrible waterfall issue I was having even just using the press. This will work well for a while, I need a second feeder eventually. Waiting on more favorable info on the Feedinator. Pics:
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