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  1. My gen 2 likes extreme 147s with 3.2 grains of 320 no difference in accuracy between h.p. and r.n.
  2. I have the 3-gun model of Hyperfire in both of my MPXs. They both break at 2#. Even though I haven’t had any problems with either of mine, I installed an Eclipse in a fellow shooter’s Matrix Arms PCC a couple years ago, and he borrowed my extra MPX because his gun was doubling, and then apparently had hammer follow
  3. Several local clubs are running dedicated USPSA TYPE .22 matches. They are a hoot. The biggest issue is if you have any ammo that was bought, since Obama was in office, it's a roll of the dice if it will feed, or fire.
  4. Many years ago, a local guy sold Zeros. When they had a price increase, he quit selling them and almost everyone around here switched to PD. They’re just as accurate, and until the pandemic, we never had a problem with availability. Many thanks to you for posting when bullets are available!
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    X5 competition load

    3.1 of VV320, behind 147 grain, coated bullets Probably going to switch it over to Sport Pistol which seems just as clean, and soft at half the cost
  6. Ordered 4K of 124 JHP on Tuesday, and received them today. Thanks Again!
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    38SC LOADS

    I was around 8 grains of 4756, behind a Zero 125 grain jhp, when VV N350 wasn't available. just about as soft. FYI: I don't think you can possibly put too much 4756 in a 38sc case. I believe around 8 rrains, it was a compressed load. I tried downloading, for 3-gun. Don't remember exactly what the charge weight was, but didn't like it.
  8. A friend says his 365, with 10 round magazines, and pinky extensions fit in the BUG box, but going by what I have for guns that I KNOW fit, I find it unlikely. Has anyone tried it? How about trying to cram a 365XL in the CCP box?
  9. I think that the OPs question was, will it make weight
  10. I also still have some left. I get a few duds per K.
  11. If you’re using lead, or a coated bullet, that should put you in the low 130s. If jacketed, it should be less. Every barrel is different. The only way to know for sure is to chrono
  12. You don't say what bullets you're using, or OAL
  13. RH45

    Mixing SEAR springs

    I already had 2, P320 Xfives, with Bruce Gray competition trigger kits, when the Legions came out. They have no overtravel, but, when I'm shooting slow, I notice a lot of creep on the first shot, but, if I ride the sear until it just resets the trigger, there's no creep. I don't remember the exact weight. Somewhere between 2.25-2.75# I replaced one of the grip frames with the Legion, tungsten infused grip, but, don't think I'm going to spend $200 to put one on my back-up gun.
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    P365 For CCW

    The 365s seem to all shoot just below point of aim. I'm a little color blind, and in to the tri-focal stage of my life so I was having problems seeing the front sight with my street glasses. I replaced the front sight with a Dawsen, that's a night sight, with a white ring around it, but, is same height as stock. I think I'm eventually replace the front sight again, with a Trijiicon HD, in yellow. I have them on other carry guns, and don't have any issues seeing them. I researched LIMA365s, because I wanted to also put a green laser on my pistol, but, there were too many negative reviews. One of the issues stated was that the LIMA rubbed against your finger, making it uncomfortable to shoot. I have Crimson Trace Laserguards on two other carry guns, and have the same issue with them, so I bought a TR27 Armalaser, which has a 5 year warranty. The first one I got wouldn't hold zero. They replaced it, and so far I'm liking it better than the Laserguards.
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