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    Charles Harris

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  1. That is crazy. It looks like it just didn’t bond correctly. I have the black version. No coating issues to date. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Both work but I prefer the adjustment wheel on the racers. The ball joint on the racemaster is nice for adjusting the angles. Otherwise the racers work just as good. I’ve never had trouble with them loosing up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I just picked up one of the hangers make by springer for RHT. It’s a nice setup! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Have you checked out a P10F? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Have you looked at www.thebluebullets.com? They can also size to .400 if requested? Both owners shoot 40 cal Trojans in single stack.
  6. Good point. I would rather have a better range of motion within the production and single stack rules. This would make and excellent holster for someone wanting to shoot limited or 3 gun with a kydex holster. I'm very happy with the quality of the holster except for the fit of the XDM. I think I'm going to be happy with it overall. If the kydex part fit my gun well I would be very happy. Im thinking about building a press and reshaping the kydex.
  7. I think you would be very limited in the adjustment where it would be legal. I have my holster at the top of the t bracket adjustment in the pictures. I could raise it another 1/2" by moving the spacers where it mounts to the belt. That adjustment plus adjusting the cant I think would get the front strap above the belt. I have the XDM 5.25 holster. The PDR pro for a 1911 might sit the gun higher.
  8. I moved the belt spacer so that both are below the belt. Then I moved the ball joint lower on the t bracket (this raises the holster). I was able to get it adjusted to a position that I like and maintain the distance to the belt. The holster feels really good now. It's just disappointing that it required that much work to get it to fit. Like Sperman I'm a fan of DAA. I have two DAA belts, STI Racemaster, Racemaster and Racer Magpouches, CED range bag, CED timer, and more. I would recommend all of those without any hesitation. I've been running BladeTech and Comptac kydex holsters. I decided to set up a production rig and I wanted to try a DAA kydex holster. I have mixed feelings about this holster now. I'm planning on keeping it, but I won't be replacing the Comptac belt holster I run in single stack anytime soon.
  9. Based on Appendix E2, the measurement is taken to the inside of the inner belt, so I would say you are out by just over 1/8". Thanks for the heads up. I was thinking it was to the outside of the inner belt
  10. . I put one spacer on top and one spacer below my belt. Then my holster is adjusted so it sits higher above the ball joint. Looking at your picture it looks like that might help.
  11. It looks like I'm ok the way I have it adjusted.
  12. My holster took a couple days longer than sperman's to show up. Below are my initial thoughts.
  13. Something is odd. You're the first person I've heard of that has seen any leading. I've been shooting them for about 6 months. We normally shoot a match every weekend. I have yet to run a brush down my barrel. I usually run a wet patch down the barrel every few months. The barrels on all my guns look clean. I normally use WSF with my 125 9's. WSF should be close to 231. My friend has been shooting some of the 125's in his 9 major open gun. He is loading them with autocomp. We haven't seen any signs of leading in his barrel. The coating shouldn't be a stripping off at 1000-1100 fps. I'm really curious why you are seeing lead. Have you pulled any bullets to see it there is any coating stripped off in the loading process. A normal crimp shouldn't be a problem. I crimp my loads .002 and haven't had any problems.
  14. I've been shooting the blue bullets for a while now. Mostly the 195 grn 40's with VV N320. They are performing exceptionally well. Very low smoke and I like the round nose profile. I shot bayou bullets for two years before switching to blue bullets. I have no complaints with bayou bullets. The blue bullets remind me more of the dark green bayous I was buying 2 years ago. The finish on the blue bullets looks more uniform than the new glossy bayous. I shot the blue bullets at the NC sectional match. At the chrono all of my rounds were within 10 fps of each other. That is the closest velocity I've had at a match chrono. I'm impressed with the blue bullet's coating and I will be shooting them from now on.
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