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  1. I have a 1911 with PD (Warren Moore) Bianchi Shroud. I am looking for a left side scope mount which will marry up with the hole pattern for the above shroud hole pattern. I want to remove the shroud and install a light weight scope ( Aimpoint H1 or similar) to the existing former Bianchi Gun. Object is to reduce weight significantly for another use. Any recommendations are welcomed. Martin
  2. The upstate New York Matches were in Holland Patent, NY. About 10 miles north of Utica. The Club was named Trenton Fish & Game. Like Russell said I don't think they have an AP program anymore. They were run by Bill Judycki then Tom Kwasniewski. Vito Buccelato used run matches on L.I. at the Freeport Police Benevolent Range. I don't think they have them, but you may check. There used to be matches near Wilkes Barre, PA. Bear Creek as I recall. That guy was Ken Hewitt There ARE matches at Chambersburg Pistol & Rifle Club in Chambersburg, PA
  3. Congrats to all who participated in BC 2018. I have shot competitively for decades. There is no match/tournament quite like the Bianchi Cup. Those who excel there are truly champions. I shot BC for many years, but haven't been in recent years, and likely will not return. I feel someone must bring this forward, so it may as well be me. Previous Winners are featured on a quite impressive "banner flag" with their name, picture, what category they won, the year and I think their score. Last year, 80 year old John Sander's won Grand Senior with a score of 1908. John is a three time wi
  4. .38 Super - Consider these 115 gr 4.3 - 4.4 gr Clays 4.2 - 4.3 gr Alliant E3 125 gr 4.1 - 4.2 gr Clays 4.0 - 4.1 gr Alliant E3
  5. I have used both Bayou 200 SWC and Penn 200 LSWC with 3.5 - 3.6 gr Clays with 2.5" or less 50 yd accuracy. I get less than 2" 50 yd accuracy with the Bayou 185 SWC I use 3.8 - 3.9 Clays or 3.6 - 3.7 Alliant E3 or 3.9 - 4.0 WST. I load at 1.240 - 1.242 OAL. with these bullets. This are on a quality slide scoped 1911.
  6. Grant, I am pretty sure John Pride has shot at least one 1920 with a revolver at BC. Am I wrong? MJ
  7. FWIW, The needs do tend to grow. Roller handle and case feeder should be considered among first upgrades.. Shell Plate Bearing kit is nice, and yes the MR Bullet Feeder too.
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    P320 X5 Thread

    Ordered Red Hill Tactical holster for XFive on May 3 and it was delivered today. They claimed about 30 days, and they were spot on. Looks great by the way, nicely done RHT.
  9. I might add, John was seventy when he first started shooting. I introduced him to NRA AP. I took him to his first match at Central Jersey Club in Brick, NJ. From there as the say, it is history. He has cleaned the mover in registered competitions, unrecognized by NRA because then they were not recognizing GS National Records. By the way on May 27, 2016 he was having heart bypass surgery and missed the 2016 Bianchi Cup. This year on May 27 he earned a Cup. Going into the last event, the Practical, he was only down two points. The Practical often is a good match for him. He was a tad loose and
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    P320 X5 Thread

    The exact length GG guide rod is not yet available for XFive. I am using the GG 320F guide rod. It does not quite reach the opening of the guide rod housing at the muzzle. Yes it works. Is it smart, may be yet to be determined? I hand cycled it many dozens of times. No snagging, no perception of any "hitting". So far 250 - 300 rds with the 320F and 14lb spring. YRMV. Are Talons available with sandpaper type texture, or just the rubbery feel? Thanks! MJ
  11. Allgoodhits

    P320 X5 Thread

    My error, it is GG 320F (full size, not X5 guide rod. Yes, it is a tad short, but works fine with no binding or snagging.
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    P320 X5 Thread

    I was at the Crawfish Cup in Lake Charles, LA in April 2017when the topic was brought clearly to light. The XFive will fit in the USPSA Production Box with mag well attached, however not with 21 rd mags which come with it. Modified base pad 17 rdrs will fit in magwell, and within box when inserted. I saw this as a no brainer, since there is nothing in NRA AP rules which stipulate anything other than all magazines used in Production must be the same and they must all fit in the box. I "thought" the issue would be meeting the "readily available to the general public" language for Production in N
  13. Allgoodhits

    P320 X5 Thread

    The GG guide rod used was full size. It came with a 15 lb spring from GG. 320-F as I recall.
  14. Allgoodhits

    P320 X5 Thread

    I just saw where Patrick Franks of USAMU fired a 1916 with a 320 XFive as his second gun at 2017 Bianchi Cup. This should adequately address how exceptional the gun is as a Production platform, and speaks volumes as to his talent.
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    P320 X5 Thread

    Having put abut 700 rds through my XFive now, here are my findings. General: I have read numerous complaints about its tightness. To me that is a plus, not a negative. After all, one of the promises was its accuracy. Yes, it is very accurate. I have shot only hand loads through it. Some loads would not reliably run in the gun, due to their lack of pressure to fully extract and eject rounds. As the magazine capacity was diminished it got better. A very, very firm grip helped too. After increasing powder charge a tad, it became 100% reliable, and the increased loads were still under
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