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  1. The 30274 is what came on my gen 4 34 and still had ejection issues. I purchased an apex to try, they recommend to use the 30274 with their extractor.
  2. Thanks for the info and vote of confidence. I have loaded a couple of thousand and it shows no pressure signs, and they felt good. What are you seeing as far as temp sensitivity? If i load 131 PF at 80-90 degrees (which is 3/4 of the weather we have in West Tx) will I have issues at lower temps?
  3. These would be for a Gen 4 G34. I think my current load load is 1.13 OAL.
  4. I will defer to your expertise as I am no machinist. Based on what you have said and if i had it to over again i would go with the 196-30.
  5. You are correct. There is something to be said for prepping the trigger and focusing on the sights. Good deal, thanks for the info.
  6. That does not sound like a great option. No sir. Those men and women should get all of the discounts.
  7. Has anyone here been able to purchase a DPP from Leupold? When I asked the tech about it, he said I would need to purchase from a distributor.
  8. Do you know what the max OAL you can get in a G17/34 mag? And if it clears the feed lip at the top are you good, or can you experience issues in the mag body even if it clears the feed lip?
  9. Thanks for the feed back. What gun are you running the 9mm out of, and what OAL are using? Thanks for the information. I have debated between the 125 and the 147 gn. Do you have a specific preference to the FN v. RN, or is that just how the 147 Blue comes? I think they make a 125 gn TC and RN, not sure about the 147.
  10. Thanks for this info. In a G34 is the barrel or magazine the limiting factor on length?
  11. The Labradar is certainly nice and it seems to be more consistent since it is not affected by the lighting conditions. We are also seeing them more and more at major matches. It only takes going minor or subminor at one match to make the Labradar a good insurance policy. For calipers I have been using these for a few years now, Mitutoyo 500-752-10 Digital Calipers - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002SG7PHK/ref=tnp_emaildp_1 These say they are currently unavailable, but it looks like they may have a newer model or something slightly different - Mitutoyo 500-752-20. There are a bunch of options out there, this is just what I use.
  12. I am not exactly mechanically inclined, I try to apply KISS whenever possible. SC it is.
  13. Ill rob a few pieces of SC from my wife and give it a go. Sounds like it could be the way to go.
  14. Does the striker cap allow you to pull the trigger multiple times?
  15. This is a great idea! Thanks for the tip. I would think it would work with most Glock triggers, especially the ones using OEM trigger bars. Thanks for the pro tip.
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