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  1. TRUBL

    Blitzkrieg Buffer ????

    yup......but what you are not seeing is the return stroke....THAT is when you get the separation between the buffer and the pad......it is supposed to be up against the buffer (close to) as installed. The proof that is happening is that you do not get the gun lurching forward on the return stroke like a standard buffer. Now....with the short stroke kit, the wave spring actually assists the 2nd stage and is more pronounced on the 3rd stage (return stroke).
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    TACCOM 2-Stage Buffer Setups?

    Whose bolt are you running? you mmmmmight want to try removing the rear delrin pad from the back end of the spring. EDIT: ok....JP bolt, that is cool. Gold trigger.......talk to Ronin, he will give you some insight, you may have issues with any short stroke set up. but remove that thin delrin pad in the back and you should be good to go.
  3. OUCH.......as the ruger pc carbine is kinda heavy now......I would hope that forearm is hollowed out (a lot).......I do like that it is longer!! As for coming out for the PC Carbine? I'll bet Magpul is doing something along the lines of their take down stock for the 10/22 and that would be nice.....only thing is.....you know Magpul, I doubt you will see anything before SHot 2019 at the absolute earliest. If you've not ever tried the magpul stock for the 10/22 or even the mossberg shotgun.....the grip angle is very nice. I would suspect nothing different for the pc carbine. There is another company (I can't remember who) that is working on something.......I just hope it is not a real pistol grip stock.......I mean.....if you want that......get an AR???
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    Case head separation with factory ammo

    the bolt and buffer weight seems to be just fine.......20 to 22 ounces seems to be about perfect for loads in the 125 to 150ish PF as a rule of thumb. Looking at your dirty cases and the bulged ones......one would think that it out of battery, that could not be more wrong. You mmmmmmight want to chronograph your loads once.....they mmmmmmight be too hot for the spring you are using. We talked on the phone earlier......at the time I suspected you might be pushing rounds back into the brass. So checking the crimp would still be something to check. I am saying all this stuff....but am not there so these are more shots in the dark than any thing. If your crimp is good now, you might not have enough spring and the bolt may be going back too soon......that is typically shown by dirty and blow out cases like you have. Now.....here is the quandary......IF......you are pushing bullets back into the case, even a 308 spring is not going to help slowing the bolt down as much as you need. The case is coming out AFTER you ignite it. It is pretty much physically impossible for the case to be that far out of battery and have the hammer hit the firing pin. so if the issue is pushed in bullets.....the ramp should take care of that. IF it is a spring issue, try heavier, once you get the ramp installed. I'm gonna go out on ledge here and say you are still pushing bullets in the case to get the pressure signs you are saying......with a secondary issue of possibly not enough spring for the loading you are presently doing. Regardless......chrony the present loads to see how that is looking. Another secondary issue is your chamber mmmmmmmmmaybe too loose. Again......only speculation as I am not there. Tim
  5. yep.....I have.....he's a dick, thinks he knows it all and always......and I mean always.......tries to prove me wrong. I have a very low tolerance for stupidity and he is all of it.......anyways......last call.....I know I'm an ass......but I prove what I say and all that shoot the stuff I make, know it. Maybe old age......not willing to put up with his shit anymore......out of here....I guess he wins.....again, don't care.
  6. you are an a_-hole.....plain and simple, no sugar coating it........I can care less about about being banned for breaking any rules.......won't be back anyways. People like you haven't clue. My claims.......have just been backed up dick....read above
  7. HAHAHAHAHAHA.....wikipedia is the tell all of firearms.......pay no attention to Mikie.....he knows nothing. Well, cept being a troll
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    TACCOM 2-Stage Buffer Setups?

    ehhhh......you could.....it would need to be the right durometer and length.....might de-grade fast.
  9. So you are telling me......that when the gun goes bang.....the extractor is pulling the case out? Uhhhhmmmm....noooooo This is simple explanation of just how extractors really work and why they are in our PCC's The extractor does 2 things.....and 2 things only. 1) with an un-fired round, the extractor does exactly what it is called.....it pulls the case out of the chamber when you pull on the charge handle or basically moving the bolt to the rear. 2) Acts as a pivot point for repeatable ejection when the firearm goes bang.....forcing the case back ward (against the bolt....moving that rear ward as well) Now.......here is how you can prove this to yourself......remove the extractor from your bolt and try the following: 1)with an unfired round in the chamber, pull the charge handle back to remove the round......what? it don't work that way you say?......whoa!! 2)chamber a round.....and pull the trigger......the gun will go bang (yes, it will.....trust me). The round will go rearward....forcing the bolt to go rearward. The round will continue to go rearward until it hit the ejector.....at which point, it will change it's direction of motion....and go where? not sure, there isn't a pivot point anymore......it mmmmmmmmight go out the ejection port......it might just stove pipe and the bolt coming forward might crush the case.....might even, if the stars are aligned jjjjjust perfect.....push the round back into the chamber. Regardless.........the case came out of the chamber WITH OUT the extractor pulling the the spent case out.......why is that??? Oh that's right....you removed the extractor. You are gonna ask about stuck cases after firing......I just know it.......and why rims rip off and the case is still in the chamber. THAT....is due to excessive pressure, the round actually starts to come out of battery, but the pressures are so great that the round gets stuck.....the inertia of the bolt still goes back, but typically not far enough for the bolt to pick up another round., damaging the rim (in the case of a non-ruptured case) In the case of a gun going BANG......it's NOT about positive extraction.....it is about positive ejection......extractor tension is key, it helps aid in being a repeatable pivot point.
  10. FYI.....when the gun goes bang......the extractor is not pulling the case out. The case is driving the bolt back and when it hits the ejector.....it flips out. the extractor is actually acting only as a pivot at that point. I've used steel, brass and aluminum cases....if there is any issues, its probably a pressure issue. And maybe in your case.....a lack of pressure?
  11. TRUBL

    TACCOM 2-Stage Buffer Setups?

    The rear cush, sticks out 1/2".....you can try cutting an 1/8" off of it
  12. you may be able to call the shot that happened.......you may be able to have a sight picture.....but it is NOT like the first sight picture......to say it is, is to lie
  13. Flatlander.....knows his shit.....only thing is.....it is physically impossible on the second shot......to see the sight transmit that info to move the sight, then transmit to snap off the shot....in that amount of time.....yes, impossible....you may see that the sight is there, but you are not doing anything about getting it in to position to take the next shot, you are transmitting to take the shot, nothing more.......maybe in .28 to .30......but not at .15 to .17 to say you are......you may think you are correct.....but you are in fact....incorrect. good Day.....and buh bye......oh....and I was right the first time too.....like now
  14. only one thing........at .15 splits........you may think you have 2 sight pictures......but in that amount of time, it is IMPOSSIBLE to process the sight picture and take the shot.......like I say, I always hear it.......and I always know.,.....it's BS. Do the closed eye thing.......I've known too many M's and GM's.......the honest ones will submit, they have one sight picture, at least one solid sight picture, and one ehhhhhhhh maybe sight picture. I am old s'kool too........and at my age, I probably could have 2 sight pictures now.........but nope, you don't.....not at those speeds
  15. I'm an old guy.......so my splits anymore, mean ZERO......my son on the other hand, that's different story. He's running in the .15-.17 area.......and well, he's moved on to the MPX, but both him and Sam are getting 2 to 3 inch spreads at 10yards, with the second shot being up and to the right (both right handed shooters). Both are telling me......they are only aiming once and double tapping. If you are taking an aimed second shot you are too slow and if you are doing .15 splits and say you are aiming.....hmmmmmmm....no Tim
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