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  1. I don't believe it voids your warranty, it says it's preferred http://www.sviguns.com/4002.php Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  2. I have a case pro with 38 super dies, send me a message and we can discuss price
  3. I have shot Atlanta Arms, both Major and Minor and it has worked great.
  4. 38 super or 9 major Mine is a 38 super, I may be wrong but the 38's have 4 holes where a 9 only has 2
  5. You will love the new comp design, I just got mine in November and she runs GREAT.
  6. Has anyone tried this APP https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sig.timer
  7. I thought it was a GREAT match, good squad, good RO's. Really good couple of days!
  8. No matter what they look like they get replaced every 1k rounds. They usually look good still but they are cheap enough might as well keep a fresh one in the gun.
  9. That seems to be working, wow would have never thought to do that. Thanks Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  10. When you get ready to run a batch of brass through, do you tumble it first, the guy from case pro says he runs his through the dishwasher (my wife would kill me). What do you do? I an asking because I an having an issue with the piece of brass staying in the half moon piece of the die the entire stroke (happens about half the time). If I put the smallest amount of force in the piece of brass the die catches it and it runs through like it should. Or if I push the die towards the handle just with the smallest amount of pressure it catches then all like it should. If the brass is dirty it will grab everyone like it should. I have been tumbling in plain corncob before running it. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  11. This is something which has baffled me for some time surrounding the "right" way to tune a pistol. It makes sense that the spring doing to full compression with wear it out rather quickly, therefore the slide should impact the frame at its most rearward position, but if that's the case why do people use shock buffers? If the slide still impacts the frame the buffer does nothing right? If the buffer shortens the stroke by inducing coil bind you still have the same problem with springs don't you? I use a buffer, but I verify that I am not getting coil bind. Sometimes I might have to clip a little from the spring, I just use the buff to lessen the metal to metal impact.
  12. I had the same issues listed above, it worked fine for a little while then I noticed it was really slowing down the slide of my open gun, to the point it quit cycling.
  13. The part of 2011 work I still worry when I do. It's very easy to make a costly mistake Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  14. What everyone says, full length guide rod, and 12# spring. My preference is the SV guide rod because of the way it is smoothed to fit where it contacts the barrel lug. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  15. All I use are Montana Gold, in my .40 and .38 super Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
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