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    Tony Smallwood

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  1. I appreciate the heads up. Nice job,,,
  2. Looks fun, always liked the older Para-framed guns,,,
  3. Like the hard chrome finish, I have the same comp, too. It seems pretty efficient in the small amount of rounds I have thru it. It seemed to work as good as the comp on the Bul open gun I have, the "Bullesteros" model, which has popples and baffles all built in together.
  4. If I would have bought the slide and frame at the same time I would have gotten a slide to match the frame.
  5. I fit my barrel by hand with files and it was the hardest part of the build. There is a couple of places where you can turn a $300 barrel into junk if you are not careful. You have to fit the hood length and width, get the correct barrel land engagement depth, and make sure the barrel fits the tunnel and is not springing causing your land measurements to be off. Then adjust the threading on the barrel so you have the correct spacing on your comp. Just go slow and get it right the first time. You can do it,,,
  6. Just finished this one. It started off as just replacing a cracked slide. Bought a Brazos' slide, but barrel and comp didnt fit well, so bought an Infinity barrel and Binary Engineering Ti comp and fit it to the Brazos slide. Wanted to stroke the gun, but the existing frame was a short dust cover. So, I bought a LSI long dust cover frame and stroked the gun .200" after extending the rails. I had to grind the beaver tail to fit the LSI frame and the slide and frame were both in the white so decided to try Cerakoting at home. Beadblasted all the parts and picked stainless steel and graphite blac
  7. Would like to see pics,,, I have a Bul Bullesteros that might need a new grip,,,
  8. The Bul has standard spacing on the optic mount. So any mount made for a 2011 will fit. Tevo Sports is where I got my 510C mount, but there are other places now to buy one now.
  9. If you are talking about the Lee Loadmaster for 9mm, I have used one successfully for around 60K rounds give or take. I've broken the carrier twice shoving primers in too deep and replaced a couple of other parts due to wear and I take it apart and clean it quarterly or so. It is not a take it out of the box and reload with it machine, but when set up correctly it has loaded 12K a year for the past five years. I load around 3 or 400 at a time per week and that gets me through,,,
  10. The one you are wanting is known as a "throating reamer". I got mine from Manson direct. I've done two Tanfo barrels and it's still sharp.
  11. Kinda looks like an "Double Alpha" mount for CZ's, but the hole is in the wrong place,,,
  12. Hopefully the chamber was reamed to the correct depth and not for 38super? Comp strikes maybe,,,
  13. Are you case gauging and plunk testing or just plunk testing? Two different things. If not case gauging, your reloads are off due to your reloader may need adjusting.
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