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  1. look here. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ruger+mark+4+trigger+installation+videos
  2. The top 2 shelves I pictured are reloads and the next shelf is factory.
  3. Maybe a Saturday supply. Right now the cabinet has, maybe, 20000 - 25000 rds in it.
  4. This is my ammo storage. I use factory boxes (free) stored in a cabinet.
  5. That would depend on the dies being at SAAMI max or min. Minimum could show a slight decrease in effort, whereas max may not show any decrease. On a personal not, it really doesn't matter, what matters is the feeding of the loaded round into the chamber. The difference between completing a stage/match or not.
  6. Believe it or not, the AE wasn't too bad to shoot. Much easier than the Blazer.
  7. Here are the PF's for the factory ammo I chrono'd in 2011. All 230gr FMJ. Fed 199 WWB 196 Rem UMC 193 Blazer Brass 174 The Blazer Brass had the hardest recoil because, I believe, they use a very fast burning powder.
  8. The last time I chrono'd AE 230gr was in April 2011 and the PF was 199318 and previously in 2008 it just over 181.
  9. The Speed Beez looks like it's made by Comp Tac.
  10. Arkansas is done, it's now Texas. I said this when the 2015 RB came out, but the answer that Ken Reed gave me was "The RB was written by PHD's, engineers etc." and my response was "And not one of them cannot write a RB!"
  11. That would be illegal. Only 1 fault line per position. You can set the fault line so that you are exposed to all targets but if you are behind the fault line, you are considered to be in cover.
  12. Do you mean at one position or one on each of the shooting positions?
  13. I've never seen it in over 35 years of competing but that's not to say it hasn't happened. Some of the revolvers I have seen have the mod pictured and described.
  14. The strain screw was always meant to be bottomed out. @Swordfish. I have never had one back out that was torqued down. This is the picture of described above. https://i.imgur.com/Bm4fuoz.jpg[/img]
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