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  1. To take it apart, remove bolt 9 and that will allow you to take off 1. You can then get at the top of 15 which is a hex head screw post that you can turn out. Spring 13 puts pressure on it so watch for flying parts. Last time I took mine apart I found the following: It still worked but not all that well!
  2. Good morning, George. Don't you think we really should explicitly add DJ to the rule book? It still comes up, albeit infrequently... ETA: It would make a dandy 10.1.5!
  3. even then, I would stop after I get 4 classifiers logged
  4. Volunteer to work some major matches. They will put you with an experienced crew. At a major, you will experience 200-300 (or more) different shooters. Much different than running the same local guys over and over. Good luck! ChuckS
  5. https://www.ipsc.org/regions/
  6. This Hate rant has turned into a discussion, which is beyond the bounds of the guidelines for the Hate Forum. Thus, it must be closed. Please review the Hate Forum Guidelines: http://www.brianenos.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=8097 [Note: this is a generic response]
  7. Where did you get these links? There doesn't seem to be anything on the app, website or classifier calculator. Just curious.
  8. I had a similar thing happening to my rifle. I would occasionally get a failure where the hammer dropped "early" with the bolt in a position that the hammer could not fully strike the firing pin. It turns out that things were getting delayed by the bullet getting hung up temporarily on the sharp corner of the chamber (and also some sharp edges on the bolt face and extractor). This only happened once every 300-400 rounds until I tried a new brand of bullets where the alloy was a bit softer and more prone to cause the delay. The fix was to soften the edge around the chamber and do some smoothing of the edges on the bolt face and extractor. I have one rifle with a feed ramp barrel like HoMiE and one without and they both run equally well. FWIW I use Berry's 115 grain TP bullets. The non-ramped rifle has run for >7000 rounds with only one malfunction. And that was likely do to an issue with a Goliath mag extension, ammo OAL and desert dirt.. YMMV
  9. Prohibited in IPSC, not USPSA. ETA: I recall using it once during my year in Production. It was a seated start and there was about 2 yards of movement to a window to see some 30 yard targets. Other than that, it was easier just to learn the DA shot and/or choose the appropriate first target when possible.
  10. No problem. Access to functions like "move" is limited but anyone can contact a moderator and have something like that done. Merry Christmas and thanks Gng!
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