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  1. Only loading 9mm? Why would you want to process and load 9mm in separate steps? Their is not a lot you can do to 9mm brass except full length resize or undersize and decap. What am I missing?
  2. Memphis nailed it! And don't change your strategy after watching one or two shooters shoot the stage. As for the other question, Don't show up super early and not help out. Here's what Mike Seeklander said to us in a class. You're not ready to shoot a stage until you can turn your back to the stage and shoot the stage in your head without looking at the stage.
  3. Here's on of me from an action steel match. Stage 4. It's under the table. Hope it helps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkGaX-p33F8
  4. You need to speak up and ask for help! Everyone except the RO, on deck shooter and last shooter should help out. If not, call them out! I will say that most shooters who have shot more than one or two matches, know they need to help out.
  5. I've seen the MGM activators. Here's another one I've seen. Made by Manny Bragg https://store.mannybragg.com/products/manny-stomp-pad
  6. It's been a while since I've been out shooting competition or any shooting for that matter. I finally got the chance to test out the new hunting load. I was shooting at 100 yards to confirm zero and get my CDS dial setup correctly. Here's my new hunting load specs Remington 700 .308 win Leupold VX 3i 4.5-14x50 scope Hornaday Brass Hornaday 150gr SST 2.735 OAL CCI BR-2 Primers with 42gr of Hodgdon H4895 The load was spectacular! Once I got the load zeroed, I was hitting 3" circles at 200 yards. Here's the three shot group at 100 yards. For reference, Each square is 1/2 inch.
  7. I couldn't agree more. I can't count how many times at local matches I've given the unload and show clear command and watch them rack out a bullet. Only to stop them and say " Drop the mag." Some people are in such a hurry. Slow down and wait for the commands.
  8. This was in my PCC. It might offer a starting point. Bullet Brand Bayou Bullet Type Round Nose Bullet Weight 160gr Powder Name Titegroup Powder Weight 2.5gr Primer Federal COL 1.14 Average Chronograph Speed 903.7 Standard Deviation 14.28 Chronograph Speed Low/High 886 923 Power Factor 144
  9. The movie takes on a whole new understanding when you watch them in order.
  10. I have yet to see an inner belt not bunch up after you ratchet it. Solution...Don't ratchet it so tight. Did the inner belt bunch up when it was just velcro?
  11. ...And that's why accidents happen. People deviate from their norm. If you're used to dropping the mag, drop the mag. Glad no one got hurt! Painful lesson.
  12. understandable! Mike Seeklander once told us in a class. You're not ready to shoot a stage until you can face uprange and shoot the stage in your head. I do agree that better shooters have better stage breakdowns.
  13. Nothing wrong with the Turret Press. I started out on a Turret press many years ago. I still use mine as a single stage. I would ditch the salt and vinegar and go with dawn dish soap.
  14. That's why I started sorting my brass.
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