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  1. You should look at the American Shooter Edge bag! It is big and holds up great! I have been using one for almost 2 years now and it looks new. Sam is a great guy that stands behind his products. Good luck.
  2. Happy Birthday. See you Saturday?

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      Thanks Scott! Can't wait for a day on the range. See you then,

  3. I have been shooting zero 165's wth N320 for man years and never had an issue. I loaded long at 1.185 and short at 1.135. My 1.135 load is 5.3 and makes about a 172 PF out of several guns. My 1.185 load was I believe 5.6 or 5.7and made major wih no problem. Not sure why yours is shoing pressure signs but might be your crimp, possibly gettig push back or to much crimp casing exess pressure. Good luck!
  4. Another WORLD CLASS match! Just couldn't ask for a better group of people to work with and shoot with! Already looking forward to next years match! Thanks to all that set up, worked and did all the amazing work behind the scenes.
  5. Gentleman, I am not a diabetic, but my father was. I now work for a company manufacturing insulin and I take great pride in the fact that my products are making a difference in people's lives. It makes me feel even better that what I do is helping fellow shooters. I hope the pump makes your life better. Best of luck with it and good shooting!
  6. I have been loading 165 zero bullets with N320 for 10 years now and I love them. I have loaded them long and short, for Glocks and STI's. My short load is 5.2 @1.135 I would suggest starting at about 5.0 and work your way up. Good luck and I hope you like them as much as I do.
  7. I just started using the new American Shooters Edge bag and I love it. It has room for everything you need and is made very well. Designed by a fellow shooter and offered at a great price. Used it some of last year and have no complaints at all about it. I have tried SC, CED and several others over the past 12 years of USPSA shooting and this bag rates at the top of my list.
  8. I have one and I love it! It is made very well and has all the room you will ever need. One of the best things about it is the material the bottom is made of is water proof. The price is hard to beat for such a high quality bag.
  9. MAN I miss the matches at Cool Springs! Glad to know that Ricky and Chuck are still putting on a world class match! I miss helping them and Carlos set it up. What a great bunch of guys and a great match! Keep up the good work guys, maybe I will get back down to shoot the match again! MSgt Rob Jessee USAF, RETIRED!!!!!!!!!!!!
  10. that one is definitely old enough to still be covered. You might need to call them, I chose to do that rather than just e-mail them. Hope it works out for you!
  11. Mine did the same thing about 6 months ago. My press was VERY old and I made that fact known to Dillon, as in it was bought when the no BS warranty was a selling point. You might want to see if they can look yours up by serial number and see if they will honor it, you never know unless you ask.
  12. I agree that they work great and solve alot of .40 SS issues. Some how my gunsmith managed to drill and tap mine, I am pretty sure he does it on a mill with carbid cutters. I will try to get in touch with him and find out how he does it. As for EGW doing them, I would rather buy them already done to save time and pain.
  13. I can't shoot a 1911/2011 without shields on the safeties. I tried Swensons but ended up breaking 2 sets. Now I have my gunsmith custom make shields and put them on my safeties. He has put them on my SS Trojan, all my limited guns and even made some for my Caspian high cap .40. Let me know if you are interested and I will post some pictures. His web site is jimjoycecustom.com
  14. did u need special grips for the jjc magwell? or have to cut the ones you have? You do have to trim aprox 1/4 inch off of the bottom of your grips. I use Ergo grips which are textured and easy to trim.
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