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About Cavy

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  • Birthday 07/01/1954

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    Randy Cavanaugh

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  1. I also have run a railway on several guns including my current PCC. Very reliable. No riser needed. I prefer an 8min dot. It is a good size for USPSA distances. 0-100 yds.
  2. Cavy

    320 Light Strikes

    Yeah, The primers I was having an issue with were CCI BR4 bench rest small rifle. Went back to standard Win. small pistol and problem went away. Thanks, Randy P.S. I found this spring at Midwest Gun Works. https://www.midwestgunworks.com/page/mgwi/prod/1300979-R Doesn't specify (Legion only) so probably the stiffer spring.
  3. Cavy

    320 Light Strikes

    Thanks, I have heard the same thing about the striker spring. I have loaded up some more ammo with small pistol primers and will retest. Just to make sure there isn't something else going on. My trigger is right at 3lbs. and I don't want to change that if I don't have to.
  4. Cavy

    320 Light Strikes

    I found out yesterday my Legion will not reliably fire ammo loaded with CCI small rifle primers. No issues with Fed srp. ( I ran out of small pistol primers)
  5. Had that happen to my CMMG bolt, Go to the hardware store and get a replacement pin. The ones that some MFG use are really weak. Install the new pin and if it moves again drive a smaller pin inside the larger pin to increase tension. Be careful if you leave the weight out as you may beat the crap out of your buffer.
  6. Cavy

    X5 Legion accuracy

    You are not the first person that has said that. Any idea why that is? What is different?
  7. Cavy

    X5 Legion accuracy

    Just picked up a new P320 X5 Legion. Nice gun but I am not thrilled with the accuracy. It is O.K. but I really would have thought it would be better. Does anyone know what the twist rate is? I don't see it listed in the specs. I like to shoot 135 or 147 gr coated, not so much 125 or 115. Thanks
  8. I am in no hurry. I was just curious if there are any out there and what people think about them. The set up I have now is good, but I would like to try even more short stroke than I can get with it.
  9. Thinking about getting one of the new Taccom ESSB short stroke bolts. Was wondering if anyone has experience with one. I am currently using a JP SS bolt and the original JP two screw trigger. but like the idea of how Taccom has recut the ramp to help reset. Any info would be appreciated.
  10. Thanks, Sarge! Does anyone have first hand experience with xtreme 115 hpcb round nose in a PCC?
  11. I shot coated bullets (several different brands) in my PCC and found massive amounts of lead in the comp. Switched to JHP's and the comp stays nice and clean. Do plated bullets work the same as JHP's or does the plating strip/burn off as with coated bullets?
  12. This is the only sport where you are penalized for perfection.
  13. H5 carrier with 5 tungsten weighs 11.7 oz. JP SS enhanced bolt weighs 13.4 oz. Total reciprocating mass = 25.1 oz.
  14. I watched a video from Cain arms showing a +5 base for magpul. Maybe they could make a longer one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgl8bWC5o2Q Also I think ZEV makes an extension that fits between the bottom of the mag body and the baseplate.
  15. I would try a large frame glock lower (QC-10) and run 10mm barrel. should give you plenty of power for ranch defense and the cases are straight walled so no rim to jam up in mag. .45 was always the round of choice for bowling pins.
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