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    Shooting, Skydiving, Photography ... not at the same time.
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    Jeff Wootton

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  1. Are these the washers? https://www.primaryarms.com/eotech-sight-contact-replacement-kit-for-512-552-551-511-models-9-nbumper
  2. Wouldn't any regular picatinny riser work? https://www.cheaperthandirt.com/parts-and-accessories/parts-by-gun-model/ar-15/mounts/riser-rails/
  3. I use a 6 MOA Vortex Venom which I've been very happy with. It's personal preference but I would not want a 2nd full size red dot blocking some of your view when transition to the next target.
  4. Check out the wadcutter info here: https://www.mrbulletfeeder.com/other/
  5. Google search shows an indoor match in Brevard every Thursday, and a monthly outdoor match in Burnsville. Any other regular matches in western NC?
  6. Yes. Check it out: https://www.harborfreight.com/25-liter-ultrasonic-cleaner-63256.html
  7. The Hornady is 2 liter capacity for $105. The Harbor Freight is 2.5 liter capacity for $80 plus they always have 20%-off coupons . I've used the Harbor Freight model for 5 years. They are nice to have on hand and don't take up a lot of space. Wipe the major gunk off of parts before ultrasonic cleaning and your solution will last a lot longer. I've also used it for small amounts of brass cleaning.
  8. 1. Polishing is easy. It's not rocket science and it's a finesse task. RPM speed isn't critical because you're going apply pressure slowly (remember ... finesse) 2. If you have a Harbor Freight near you, they have rotary tools and tons of accessories for half of what you would pay in a big box store or Amazon. 3. Here's an example of polishing on Glock trigger parts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_edmc5iih0E Tons of other videos out there. 4. Get some metal polish. I use Flitz but they're all pretty similar. Some guys even use toothpaste. Just a mild abrasive. 5. Fe
  9. JP Rifle Builder to get the exact build you want: https://www.jprifles.com/rosmain.php?assembly_id=66
  10. Same exact experience. In fact, when I used Dawn for the wet tumble, I had to dry tumble for 2 hours to remove the oxidation. Armor All Ultra Shine is all I use now.
  11. Same here ... my Johnny Glock trigger is considered good as as Glock trigger, but not in the same league as a 1911 trigger. Different geometry, a lever design vs a straight line pull.
  12. The EGW mounts are the better brand and still only $49. https://www.egwguns.com/trijicon-rmr-mount-for-glock I've used this cheapo version ($20) for 3 years with no problems: https://www.amazon.com/UTG-Dovetail-Hunting-Trophy-Mounts/dp/B07BK7SJF2/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=glock+mount&qid=1597093756&sr=8-4
  13. Ask Zack Jones: https://forums.brianenos.com/profile/50397-zackjones/
  14. Check out the video that Steel champ and Eley team shooter Steve Foster posted about the Action ammo: https://www.facebook.com/SteveFosterCompetitiveShooter/videos/594639858113995
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