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  1. You're right, I thought it was 680 but it's 620. When I reference my Loctite catalog though, the shear strength and temp are almost the same.
  2. Ironically, every set of Dawson sights I have installed came with a very small tube of the 680 and says retaining compound right on it. I just threw it away and used my own supply of 290.
  3. IIRC, they are a "copy" so to speak of one of the Lyman cleaners. Adam
  4. After looking into this a few years ago doing some research, I have been using Green #290 THREADLOCKER. I emphasize that because they also make a green retaining compound. One is removeable and one is not!!! The 290has a bit higher strength than blue but will come off with no heat and just regular tools, like a sight pusher. What is interesting is you can apparently move the sight after it has set and the loctite with "re-glue" itself. It is also a wicking threadlocker so it can be "fed" into smaller spots. Hope that helps Adam
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    Glock 34 holster

    Paul, It wasnt just you, I noticed the same thing.
  6. As long as the load was made to the correct length and wasnt pushed shorter under the force of the slide coming forward, your data seems correct. Ive made may of that load with a different 124 but the same powder. My guess is either as you suggested a double charge or as Eric said, a stepped case.
  7. Brian, I haven't received any duplicates today. Thanks for your help.
  8. That's the right one, I couldn't remember if it was standard or modified.
  9. Wasn't that IPSC standard division?
  10. I didn't know if I should start a new topic or not, but I am getting multiple notifications of new messages again. This time it seems to be only certain messages, but no pattern. Has only been happening since last night.
  11. Thanks for the suggestion. I have some of the same ideas. I live in an area with a bunch of neighbors and have had issues with people trying the security of our wireless network, so I think wired would be the way to go for me. Just curious, if you aren't using a service like Ring or such,how are you able to monitor things via the internet?
  12. First, remember that NY and NYC are two totally different worlds. I will only reference NY. FFLs in NY are allowed to receive hi caps. You can ship hi caps to NY but unless you can prove you are legally allowed to have them, ie. active leo or military, you wont be able to get them. Otherwise, thanks to the SAFE ACT, civilians can's have any hi caps, preban or not.
  13. I have also been looking at something like this. I found some good info, I guess at the security camera warehouse website. They help give you an idea of what you may want etc. BTW, I have no affiliation.
  14. IMHO, that is a bit of a non-answer answer. You asked about how to petition something and the response is how they are looking into making it easier to print our own copies? Not how to actually petition the board as you asked.
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    Shadow comparison

    I was finally able to find a shop somewhat local to me that had a Shadow 2 in stock. I was very impressed and this one had a great trigger from the factory. They also had one version of the 75 tactical, so I was able to do a bit on comparison between the 1 vs 2. Now I haven't been able to fire either so this is just based on handling the two, but I noticed on the 2 the wider beavertail rubbed on one of the knuckles of my thumb whereas the narrower beavertail of the 1 didn't. To those that have either fired or owned both, do you have this issue? Is it something you notice when shooting or am I just noticing it because I am not firing any rounds? I realize anatomy is different for everyone, but... Hopefully I will be able to find some versions of both the 1 and 2 Shadows this coming season to be able to live fire,but for now this will have to stoke the flame. Thanks
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