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  1. Thanks, someone here had a spare slot for him. Dave
  2. Anyone have an available slot for the Production Nationals? A Navy Seal friend is back in town and wants to attend. Maybe you can help spread the word. Thanks, David Pruitt www.davidpruitt.com
  3. They do have dealer pricing on all their products, which is a little better pricing. I'm just happy to locate some brass, that will get me to the end of the season and World Shoot. Dave
  4. I'm sure most of you would agree that (yellow) RIMMED 38 super has been impossible to locate. It seems that the only thing out there is rimless and in small quantities, and even if you do find brass they don't indicate rimmed or rimless. FYI, I did purchase some of this and really like it, so far I have reloaded for USPSA major 3 times and no signs of bulging or stretching. Descend stuff! Don't by it all Hoarders, save some for the little guys. FYI, Top Brass Inc. has it. http://www.topbrass-inc.com/reloading-supplies/products.php?category_id=9 Thanks, Dave Pruitt www.davidpruitt.com YouTube Channel
  5. Does anyone have or know where I can purchase (2) Ed Brown Grip Safeties, Stainless is preferred (70 or 80 Series) OLD STYLE, without the Memory Groove. (see attached similar style photo) I don't want to have to deal with cutting off the memory groove to make it smooth so I figured I would try this first. Thanks, David Pruitt 407-415-4005 www.davidpruitt.com
  6. I was told that they stopped making all VV powders. Pistol powder is drop in the bucket compared to the amount of rifles powders they make. I am sure they will figure out a way to get up and running again, possibly here is the states which would be awesome and would make the powder cheaper. (no importation) I used to shoot 3N37 but changed to N350 since the burn rate was a little slower which allowed the powder burn to peak in the comp. 3N37 was faster and better for shortly top ends. Looks like 11gr is a good starting load for the 3N38, I appreciate you all taking the time to offer up those suggestions. Thanks Dave
  7. Long story short, they lost the license to manufacture powder in the factory. A little bird in high places told me. Shot Show should bring some news if the plant will move to the US. I am always looking for N350 as my preferred powder. Just hoping to get me to the end of 2014 for the World Shoot. If you have extra, I would be indebted to your offer. Kevin, thanks for your assistance. I was just hoping to find one specifically for the setup I am running. Save me some time loading. When you shoot/load as much as I do in a year you just get sick of change/testing loads.
  8. So after 15 years, I've been forced to change powder since VV N350 is no longer available. Seems 3N38 is the only other VV option still in stock. Does anyone have a proven load for 38 Super 5" (32 Twist) 3 port HybriComp barrel, and 115gr bullets? Or something that will get me started? Thanks, Dave Pruitt davidpruitt.com
  9. Shot CM13-04 today in Open. Time: 6.55, -2. HF: 13.4351
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